Choral: Treble Voices: Children SA, SSA, p. 1
At Skinner's Hill (unison or 2-part voices and piano or chamber orchestra) 4'15"
Jump on the toboggan for an unforgettable ride down a favorite sledding hill! A raucous childhood memory that ends poignantly in the warmth of home. (more)
Caged Bird (SSA and SATB youth choirs, solo tenor, flute, piano) 9'00"
Maya Angelou's passionate poem combines with two spirituals in this tribute to freedom. (more)
Come Make a Home (unison, 2- or 3-part treble choir, piano and flute) 5'00" (Hal Leonard Corp., Henry Leck Series)
This uplifting anthem celebrates the early settlers' vision that lives on in our communities. (more)
Do You Wonder? (SA, piano) 5'00"
A celebration of the unexplainable miracles of life in a simple, lyrical two-part setting for young voices. (more)
Early American Songs, Set I (2-part treble chorus, piano) 7'00"
Three traditional and beloved songs-- Simple Gifts, The Pretty Little Horses, and She'll Be Comin' 'Round the Mountain-- in simple but captivating arrangements for unison and two-part singing. Appropriate for younger and older treble choirs. Also available separately. (more)
Earth's Sweet Song (Unison or 2-part mixed voices, piano) 2'00"
When Earth is in balance it's like a sweet song. But what happens when things get out of balance? A lilting waltz that asks some unsettling questions. (more)
The Five Little Chickens (SA, piano) 3'00" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)
The chickens' dilemma erupts in a barnyard flurry of clucking and squawking! (more)
Four from "Whiskers and Rhymes" (SA, piano, opt. clarinet, opt. violin) 6'30" (available under four separate titles from Shawnee/Mark Foster)
Lobel's beloved poems wedded to memorable melodies and interwoven with colorful accompaniments. (more)
Friendly Fredrick Fuddlestone (SA, violin [fiddle] or clarinet) 1'30" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)
A foot-stompin', barn-burnin' hoedown for your young singers! (more)
A Garden Of My Own (SA or SSA, flute, piano) 4'30"
Arrangement of an inspirational text and tune, for high school or middle school treble choirs. Level: Medium. (more)
I Am the Mountainy Singer (SSA, piano) 4'00"
Lyrical setting of an Irish text celebrating life, with its joys and sorrows. (more)
I Will Give You The Key (SA, piano, opt. clarinet) 1'50" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)
A gentle invitation to the pleasures of summer's garden. (more)
In Endless Song: A Mosaic of American Folk Music (SSA and SATB combined, string quartet, piano) 26'00"
Expressive strings combine with young voices in a grand and moving work to showcase your entire youth choir program. (more)
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"
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"
"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"
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)
Missa Brevis (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists) 8'00"
A plaintive, heartfelt Kyrie finds release in the succeeding exuberant Gloria. For advanced choirs. (more)