Treble, Older Youth-Adult
Treble Choir Music of Daniel Kallman for Older Youth and Adult (see also Worship)
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Rosetti’s text is a rapturous declaration in praise of love. May be performed as part of a set of three. Level: Advanced. SSAA, piano.
A Cradle Song
“Golden slumbers kiss your eyes” in this gentle lullaby with an extended piano four-hand accompaniment. For SSAA with piano four-hands.
A Garden of My Own (SA or SSA)
Seeds are planted, and a patient faith waits to see what will grow in the “light beyond the shadows.” Middle/high school. SA or SSA, flute, piano.
Maya Angelou’s passionate poem, “Caged Bird,” combines with two spirituals in this tribute to freedom.
For SSA and SATB, solo tenor, flute, piano.
Shrouded in mystery, music and text slowly unfold in this impressionistic work for advanced women’s choir with prominent piano part. SSAA, piano.
Down by the Riverside (treble)
Upbeat and optimistic, this arrangement of a well-known peacemaking song begins uptempo and ends reflectively. Unison or 2-part treble chorus, piano.
Early American Songs, Set 1
Three beloved songs– Simple Gifts, The Pretty Little Horses, She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round the Mountain. Simple, captivating. Unison and two-part singing. For younger or older treble. Also available separately. 2-part treble chorus, piano.
Early American Songs, Set 2
Three well-known African-American spirituals– Little David, Play on Your Harp; Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child; and Down By the Riverside. For young and older treble voices. Unison or 2-part treble chorus, piano.
Earth’s Sweet Song
What happens when things get out of balance? A lilting waltz that asks some unsettling questions about climate change. Unison treble or SA, piano.
Pulsing with rhythmic energy, this upbeat work is driven by an alternating meter of two’s and three’s and a repetitive text that proclaims gratitude for life. Slower material, bold and full of conviction, bookends the faster main section. Level: Intermediate.
For SSA chorus and piano.
In Endless Song: A Mosaic of American Folk Music
Expressive strings combine with young voices in a grand and moving work to showcase your entire youth choir program. SSA and SATB combined, string quartet, piano.
It Was a Lover and His Lass (SSA version)
A playful, whimsical treatment of Shakespeare’s text about springtime love. A sunny melody prances with warm, swelling harmonies. SSA, piano. Also available in TB version.
The sung narrative of Lewis Carroll’s whimsical and well-known “boy vs. beast” poem, “Jabberwocky”, comes to fantastical life with full orchestral forces.
For 2- or 3-part treble voices, full orchestra.
Let All the World in Every Corner Sing
A soaring melody enhances these popular words of praise for the grandeur of God’s creation.
For SA(T)B, SSA or TTBB; piano, opt. chamber orchestra.
Life Has Loveliness to Sell
Serene treatment of Sara Teasdale’s thoughtful poem, with gentle flute and piano accompaniment. For young voices or older treble groups. SSA, flute, piano.
Little David, Play on Your Harp
Uptempo, light and playful with a whimsical accompaniment. As children, even future kings have to play! This spiritual is arranged for unison with optional 2-part voices.
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