Daniel Kallman catalog of works, alphabetical listing, page 9:
Oh, Wondrous Type! Oh, Vision Fair(Version A: SATB; brass quartet [2 trps, 2 trbs --horn may substitute for trp II or trb I]; organ, opt. oboe OR Version B: SATB, horn quartet, organ, opt. oboe) 4'00"
Sung verses of this majestic anthem setting alternate with spoken verses of the gospel reading of the transfiguration. Level: Medium.
Oh, You Beautiful Varmland (two violins, piano) 4'00"
A plaintive Swedish folk song recalling the beautiful district of Varmland. Level: Medium.
The Old Ark's A-Moverin' (SATB, a cappella) 2'50"
Jazz harmonies and hand clapping make this fun spiritual a good concert closer.
Once in Royal David's City (SATB, piano or harp) 4'15"
New music to a beloved Christmas text. Level: Med-Adv.
Our World Needs This Child (soprano solo voice, piano) 3'30"
Donata decides to set aside her bitterness and share her gifts, in this song from the family holiday musical, Donata's Gift.
Out of the Darkness, I Hear a Song (TTBB chorus, piano, percussion, electric bass guitar) 3'30"
African percussion in a medium groove and an uplifting text communicate a message filled with hope and healing. Level: Advanced.
Palm Sunday Medley (SAB or SA, opt. youth choir or soloists, piano) 2'40"
The majestic spiritual "Ride On, King Jesus" is the basis for this worship anthem to usher in your Holy Week. Level: Med-Easy.
The Pasture (unison treble voices, piano) 1'30" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)
Frost’s timeless poem set simply for young children.
The Pause (SATB, piano, percussion [1 player]) 7’15”
A musical statement about commercialism and consumerism in the holiday season.
The Poet and the Baby (SATB, piano four-hands) 2'15"
The poet, American Paul Laurence Dunbar, finds his baby “altogether more complete” than any words he can pen. Lively and playful.
The Pretty Little Horses (2-part treble chorus, piano) 2'15"
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.
Promenade (wind ensemble) 2'20"
An easy stroll on a spring morning, with the tempo marked "light and breezy." (Level/Grade 4)
Promenade and Galop (wind ensemble) 6'30"
Contrast an easy stroll with a rousing race to the finish for your full winds and percussion. (Level/Grade 4)
The Promise of Grace (Reminiscence on Sacred Harp Hymn Tunes) (wind ensemble) 7'30"
A vibrant and confident setting based on two Sacred Harp hymn tunes. (Level/Grade 5)
Psalm Antiphons (cantor, congregation or unison choir, keyboard, opt. instruments) (Augsburg Fortress)
Short musical responses to enliven the singing of the Psalms in worship.
Pulse Fusion (wind ensemble) 6'00"
A persistent driving pulse underlies the symphonic architecture of this work that is energized with the influences of '60's and '70's pop/rock music. (Level/Grade 4)
Pura Vida! (full orchestra, opt. narrator) 14'00"
A three-movement suite with narration introducing Latino musical styles, including the Samba, Bossa Nova, Cha Cha, Mambo, and Mexican Hat Dance. Contains Un Tango Nuevo, also available separately.
Rhapsody to Creation (full orchestra) 9'00"
A romantic work in praise of the gift of nature. Professional level.
Ribtickler (chamber orchestra) 9'30"
Surprise your listeners with this lighthearted, humorous piece. For advanced players.
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.
Rise Up, My Love (medium solo voice, organ or string quartet) 2’00”
A serene, meditative wedding solo with optional strings.
Rocking Carol (SSAATTBB a cappella) 1’50” (G. Schirmer)
Lush, full harmonies enrich a peaceful Polish carol. Level: Med-Adv.
Romp (full orchestra) 4'35"
Five minutes of jazz- and rock-infused high-strung energy.