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Children Unison
Children SA, SSA
Treble: Older Youth, Adult

Worship: SAB, SA, SB, TB, Unis

Worship: Young Voices

 

Choral: Treble Voices, page 2

 

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It Was a Lover and His Lass (SAA or TB, piano) 3'30" (Hal Leonard Publ., Henry Leck Series)

A playful, whimsical treatment of Shakespeare's text about springtime love. (more)

 

Jabberwocky (2 or 3 part treble voices, full orchestra) 7'00" logo

The sung narrative of this whimsical and well-known "boy vs. beast" poem comes to fantastical life with full orchestral forces. (more)

 

Let All The World In Every Corner Sing (SA(T)B, SSA or TTBB; piano, opt. chamber orchestra) 3'30"Kallman Creates Publications

A soaring melody enhances these popular words of praise for the grandeur of God's creation. (more)

 

Life Has Loveliness To Sell (SSA, flute, piano) 3'35" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)

Serene treatment of Teasdale's thoughtful poem, with gentle flute and piano accompaniment. (more)

 

Listen for Me (Spring Peeper) (SA or SSA treble voices, piano, Orff percussion) 4'12" logo

"On a spring night, on a wet night, on a rainy night . . " listen for the frogs thawing, rising, singing. Orff instruments, piano, body percussion and treble voices combine with Joyce Sidman's vivid text to evoke the rhythmic, swelling sounds of amphibian love. (more)

 

Lizard Jazz (SA or SSA, piano, opt. Orff instruments, opt. perc.) 5'00" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)

A “concerto of geckos” and other noises of the night come to life through syncopated rhythms and jazz harmonies underneath a lyrical melody. (more)

 

Martin Luther King/We Shall Overcome (SSA, SSAB or SATB choir with 2 soloists and piano; optional drums, bass and guitar) 6'00" Kallman Creates Publications

This medley begins with an original composition in pop-gospel style and segues into the traditional freedom song We Shall Overcome for a stirring tribute to Dr. King. Appropriate for youth, high school, college and community choirs. (more)

 

The Mending Song (unison treble voices, piano, opt. clarinet) 1'45" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)

The melody weaves in and out, up and down, as the old mending woman works to keep the world stitched together. (more)

 

Missa Brevis (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists) 8'00"Kallman Creates Publications

A plaintive, heartfelt Kyrie finds release in the succeeding exuberant Gloria. For advanced choirs. (more)

 

My God Is A Rock (In A Weary Land) (SATB or SSA, piano) 5'00"Kallman Creates Publications

Rock the house with this electrifying setting of a passionate spiritual. (more)

 

My Soul Doth Magnify (SAB or SA, piano or handbells) 2'45"Kallman Creates Publications

Repeated patterns in the accompaniment signify Mary's steadfast faith, while her words of praise echo in the chant-like melody. Level: Med-Easy. (more)

 

o by the by (2002) (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists, piano) 3'30"Kallman Creates Publications

E.E. Cummings' text about the loss of childhood wonder is perfectly suited to this combination of adult and children's voices. (more)

 

O Magnum Mysterium (SATB, SSA, and TTBB a cappella) 5'45"Kallman Creates Publications

Antiphonal choirs proclaim the mystery and wonder of the birth of the Christ Child. For advanced choirs. (more)

 

The Pasture (unison treble voices, piano) 1'30" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)

Frost’s timeless poem set simply for young children. (more)

 

The Pretty Little Horses (2-part treble chorus, piano) 2'15" logo

Tender and hushed unison voices begin this evocative lullaby, breaking into two-part singing as momentum gathers with the promises of what the child will find upon awakening. Appropriate for younger and older treble choirs. Part of the set Early American Songs, Set I. (more)

 

Ride On, Ride On in Majesty (SATB, treble voices, organ, trumpet) 3'30" (MorningStar Music)

A majestic setting of a well-known Palm Sunday text. Level: Medium. (more)

 

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