This stunning setting of Psalm 46:10a is available in TTBB and SATB versions. It is a simple reminder that we are never alone, even in the most troublesome times. It is about 3 minutes, 50 seconds.
This SATB + piano song was commissioned by the award-winning Cardinal Choir of Lincoln High School in Portland, Oregon, under the direction of Lisa Riffel. For their 2023 graduation ceremony, they wanted an up-beat song that touched on the theme of the journey of life. please wait for Youtube link…
A Symphonic miniature, just under 3 minutes long, that is is high-paced and exciting, balanced with lush relaxed moments.
These 3 classic Christmas songs blend together beautifully, with an exciting climax that ends wtih a solo.
This song is available for SSAA and SATB choruses, with piano accompaniment. It is based on the poem, “Fall, Leaves, Fall”, by Emily Brontë (1846), and is about 4 minutes long.
We are living in the Age of Stars, which began shortly after the Big Bang sprang our universe into existence, and the first stars ignited their nuclear furnaces. Cosmologists predict that someday, trillions of years from now, there will be a final star, whose light will fade, plunging our universe into eternal, cold and still […]
This arrangement from Symphony No. 1: The Age of Stars is set for SATB chorus, cello, and piano. This song is a reflection of our star–the Sun, Helios–and our place in the universe. It’s about 6 minutes long.
Based on the words of Jesus found in Luke 12, this a cappella choral song is about 4 minutes
TBB a cappella choral setting of the traditional Irish song, also known as Árdai Cuain, about 5 minutes long.
SATB + organ, about 3:30 minutes – This classic hymn is set as an exciting conversation between voice parts.
Chamber trio for Clarinet, Viola, & Piano, in 3 movements: I. Lament, II. Solace, III. Rest, about 16:30 minutes total. (Also arranged for clarinet, cello, & piano.)
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