Daniel Kallman catalog of works, alphabetical listing, page 12:
Un Tango Nuevo (full orchestra, solo accordion) 5'00”
Passion abounds in this work featuring the king of all tango instruments.
Under the Greenwood Tree (SSA, piano) 1'45"
A pastoral setting of Shakespeare's song text from As You Like It.
The Vanishing Snows of Kilimanjaro (Tribute and Lament for Winds) (wind ensemble) 11"00"
A musical statement about natural beauty and tragic loss. (Level/Grade 6)
Velvet Shoes (unison or SA, piano) 3'00"
This gentle setting of Elinor Wylie's poem captures a serene walk in newly fallen snow. Perfect for young voices but suitable for older treble choirs as well.
Vestigia (SSAA, piano, flute) 3'30"
The God for whom we search may be found in the ordinary, everyday experiences of nature. Level: Intermediate to Advanced.
A Visit With Old Joe (wind ensemble) 5'00"
A lively American folk tune is the basis for this hoedown for band. (Level/Grade 4)
Walk as Children of Light (SATB, keyboard) 2'00" (MorningStar Music)
Add a sense of childhood play to your worship. Level: Med-Easy.
The Way Home (musical score) (solo voices, SATB, piano)
Sixteen songs from The Way Home, a richly symbolic and imaginative retelling of the story of the prodigal son in a full length stage play by Minnesota bard Herbert Brokering and composer Daniel Kallman.
We Happy Hirdes Men Heere (SATB, organ) 3'30"
Joyful shepherds proclaim the miracle of Christ's birth in this ecstatic up-tempo setting for advanced choir and organ.
Wexford Carol (SATB a cappella) 4'15" (Boosey & Hawkes)
Setting of a well-known modal English carol with 12th century Irish text from County Wexford. Level: Med-Adv.
What A Friend We Have In Jesus (SATB, piano) 5'00" (MorningStar Music)
An elegant, expansive treatment of an old favorite. Level: Med-Easy.
What Child Is This? (SATB, 2 fls, 2 obs, 2 clars, 2 bsns, 4 hns, 3 trps [Bb], 3 trbs, 1 tba, piano, organ) 3'45"
The ever-popular English carol cradled in sweet harmonies that surprise and appeal.
When Christmas Comes (SA, opt. SSAA, full orchestra) 18'00"
A medley of four familiar Christmas texts set to original music.
When I Am Dead, My Dearest (soprano solo voice, piano) 2'50"
A stark setting of Christina Rosetti's disquieting text.
When Jesus Wept (3-part voices in canon, 2 recorders or flutes) 3'00"
A melody from 18th century American William Billings, set simply in canonic rounds. Level: Med-Easy.
When Love Is Found (SAB, flute, clarinet, piano) 3'00" (Kjos Music)
A favorite at weddings. Soloists may be substituted for choir. Wind instruments optional. Level: Med-Easy.
When Music Sounds (SSA, piano) 3'00"
An ecstatic setting of Walter de la Mare's tribute to music.
With Joy (congregation or unison choir, piano, optional solo) Duration: 3'00" with verses; 45 seconds for refrain only.
A refrain of gratitude for your congregation or choir when gifts are presented. Perfect for offertory response on non-communion Sundays, stewardship Sundays, or Thanksgiving. Level: Easy.
The Wonder of It (SSAA, piano) 2'00"
A spirited exclamation on the amazing mystery of life. The piano accompaniment provides a cackling commentary and an enigmatic undergirding for the text. May be performed as part of a set of three. Level: Advanced.
Won't You Sing Along? (unison treble voices, piano, flute [opt.] and audience) 3'30"
Invite your audience to join your young singers by echoing the refrain of this touching song about the wonder of music and love.
Yankee Doodling: A Young Person's Guide to the Concert Band (wind ensemble, narrator) 28'45"
A theme and variations treatment of a familiar tune with narrator to introduce the instruments of the band. (Level/Grade 5)