All So Still

SATB/unacc;  “He came all so still Where his mother was, As dew in April That falleth on the grass…. Mother and maiden Was never none but she!  Well may [might] such a lady God’s mother be.” Publisher: Mark Foster Music MF 540

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American Rhapsody / American Christmas

SATB/strings/harp/perc. Two text versions – one for advent and the other for general use. also for SATB/brass/ percussion/organ SATB/brass version on Passages I Duration: 11:25 Publisher: Alliance

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American Rhapsody / American Christmas

SATB / brass quintet / organ / timpany & percussion (1player) / harp Note: American Rhapsody uses a general text; whereas, American Christmas is advent. Duration: 11:25 Publisher: Alliance 5007

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Amor de Mi Alma

SSATB/opt. piano, TTBB version, or solo (high) voice & piano version; Four Spanish Sonnets of Garcilaso de la Vega 1) En tanto que de rosa y azucenda 2) Si para refrenar este deseo loco 3) Hermosas ninfas que (published separately) 4) Amor de mi alma (published separately) Publisher of SSATB version: Walton Music – WJMS […]

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And Sure Stars Shining …

SATB/piano There will be rest, and sure stars shining, Over the roof-tops crowned with snow. A reign of rest, serene forgetting, The music of stillness holy and low.   Sarah Teasdale Commissioned by the West Point Military Academy. Publisher:  Alliance Music Publishers, Houston, Texas SATB/piano – AMP 1085 (Also available in SSA/piano, AMP 1084)

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Call, The

Two versions:  SATB/organ (piano)  or  SA/piano George Herbert text, “Come my Way, my Truth, my Life..” Publisher: Morning Star Music Pub 50-6515

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Carmina Pax

Carmina Pax (Songs of Peace) Publisher:  www.zrstroope.com 30-minute choral/orchestral work in seven movements, each encountering a different aspect of conflict and peace. Commissioned and premiered by the Arlington Master Chorale, Arlington, TX; with additional funding by Doug and Nickie Burns. Professional recording available on Spotify. “Peace” can narrowly be seen as an an absence of […]

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