Product Tag: solo soprano

Annunciation (S,SSS,SSAATTBB a cappella)

Annunciation_thumb$25.00 Package of 10 choral scores. This haunting piece contrasts the awesome power of the angel's voice against the lonely terror of a solitary Mary.  Mary is represented by a solo soprano who sings a wordless vowel from a room adjacent to the main performance space.  The voice of the angel is represented by a soprano trio and SSAATTBB choir that engulfes the audience in a powerful polyphonic surround sound.  This piece pairs well with Magnificat, which uses the same harmonic More Info »
Price: $25.00

In Manus Tuas (SATB a cappella)

Manus_thumb$20.00 Package of 10 vocal scores SATB with divisi and soprano solo In the Liturgy of the Hours, the daily cycle of prayer that marks the passing of time in the Catholic Church, the night service of Compline (said before retiring to sleep) addresses the common human fear of the night and the dangers and uncertainty it brings.  At Compline, we pray to be safely carried through the dark hours to the morning; at Lauds, morning prayer, we rejoice with More Info »
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My Heart Was Cloven (SATB a cappella)

MyHeart_thumb$25.00 Package of 10 vocal scores with organ reduction SATB a cappella (with optional organ) Setting text from the Odes of Solomon, a collection of poems discovered in the Nag Hamadi library, My Heart Was Cloven is an excellent concert work for SATB choir.  With extensive melismas, this work is especially suitable for choirs that specialize in light and flexible Baroque music. Text: Odes of Solomon 11 Hy heart was cloven and its flower appeared, And grace sprang up in More Info »
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The Delight of Paradise (SATB a cappella)

Delight_thumbSATB a cappella Text: Odes of Solomon 11 The Delight of Paradise is a seven-movement sacred cantata setting text from the Odes of Solomon. This choral tour-de-force is a powerful feature work for an a cappella concert. The seven varied movements provide a vast array of choral textures that will delight and challenge your singers. Audiences are sure to love it; Amanda Gauthier of the Ottawa citizen wrote: "Contemporary choral compositions have impressed me, amused me, annoyed me, and bored More Info »