Daniel Kallman catalog of works, alphabetical listing, page 8:
Miss Melinda Mittelmore (SATB a cappella) 4'15"
A scampering tale of two would-be suitors tricked by the sly Melinda.
Missa Brevis (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists) 8'00"
A plaintive, heartfelt Kyrie finds release in the succeeding exuberant Gloria. For advanced choirs.
The Morning Trumpet (SATB, brass quintet or keyboard) 2'20"
An early hymn of hope in the resurrection. Perfect for the Easter season. Level: Med-Easy.
My Faith Looks Up To Thee (SATB, piano) 3'40" (Morning Star Music)
An old-time favorite, this anthem is a prayer for guidance in life's troubled times. Level: Med-Easy.
My God Is A Rock (In A Weary Land) (SATB or SSA, piano) 5'00"
Rock the house with this electrifying setting of a passionate spiritual.
My Heart Is Longing (SATB, organ, flute, cello) 3'45"
A wistful Norwegian melody holds words of Christian hope and promise. Level: Med-Adv.
My Help Comes from the Lord (SATB a cappella) 4'00"
Psalm 121 poses the question, "I lift up my eyes to the hills; from where is my help to come?" Kallman's setting is a comforting and assured response. Level: Medium to advanced.
My Hope Is Built (SATB, piano) 3'40" (Morning Star Music)
Surprising harmonic shifts eventually lead to a solid and triumphant resolution. Level: Medium.
My Soul Doth Magnify (SAB or SA, piano or handbells) 2'45"
Repeated patterns in the accompaniment signify Mary's steadfast faith, while her words of praise echo in the chant-like melody. Level: Med-Easy.
No Longer Strangers (SATB, organ, 2 trps., 2 trbs., opt. horn, opt. tuba, opt. flute) 3'20"
A celebratory anthem based on the well-known Ephesians text on community in Christ. Level: Med-Adv.
Now Thank We All Our God (Verse 2)(two-part [SB] chorus, piano, tambourine) 40" Free download!
A choral verse to alternate with congregational singing of the hymn. Level: Easy.
Now We Await Your Coming, Lord (Advent response for solo cantor, congregation and/or unison choir, piano) 1'00"
A simple, meditative antiphon for the Advent season. Level: Very Easy.
Now We Await Your Coming, Lord/Veni Emmanuel (Advent response for solo cantor, SATB, piano, opt. congregation, opt. instrumentation: fl, hn, vln I, vln II, vla, & vnc) 3'00"
Meditative antiphon for the Advent season for your choir and optional congregation. Level: Medium.
o by the by (2007) (SATB, full orchestra with opt. saxophone and baritone horn) 8'00"
A frolicsome, sometimes prankish glimpse of life through a child's eyes in this setting of a poem by E.E. Cummings.
o by the by (2002) (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists, piano) 3'30"
E.E. Cummings' text about the loss of childhood wonder is perfectly suited to this combination of adult and children's voices.
O Magnum Mysterium (SATB, SSA, and TTBB a cappella) 5'45"
Antiphonal choirs proclaim the mystery and wonder of the birth of the Christ Child. For advanced choirs.
Oh Glorious Sea, Thou Holy Baikal (two violins, piano) 4'05"
A stately folk melody remembering one of Russia's inland seas. Level: Medium.
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