Choral: Treble Voices: Children Unison
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)
Come Closer (unison treble voices, piano) 3'00" (Hal Leonard Corp., Henry Leck Series)
If only the little singing bird would come closer. (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)
Cows (unison treble voices, piano) 4'20''
Cows converse about the weather over a laid-back, bluesy accompaniment. (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)
I Love It When (unison treble voices, piano) 3’17”
An innocent child’s love for nature and plea to cherish creation. (more)
The Mending Song (unison treble voices, piano, opt. clarinet) 1'45" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)
The melody weaves in and out, up and down, as the old mending woman works to keep the world stitched together. (more)
The Pasture (unison treble voices, piano) 1'30" (Shawnee/Mark Foster)
Frost’s timeless poem set simply for young children. (more)
Sky Dance (Unison or 2-part voices, piano) 3'30"
Take a journey at night across snow-packed fields and learn about the mystery behind the dazzling aurora borealis of the northern sky. (more)
Stay Green (Unison [opt. 2 or 3 part] children's voices, piano) 1'00"
A short reflection on the blessing of our precious planet from a child's perspective. (more)
Thy Holy Wings (unison treble with descant, piano or chamber orch. [flute, clarinet and strings]) 2'10" (Shawnee Press/Mark Foster)
A lovely Swedish folk melody with sacred text suitable for children or older treble voices. (more)
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. (more)
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. (more)