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Magnificat (SATB, brass quintet) 8'45" Kallman Creates Publications

A quiet, reflective opening builds to a joyous affirmation of God's promise to Mary. (more)


Martin Luther King/We Shall Overcome (SSA, SSAB or SATB choir with 2 soloists and piano; optional drums, bass and guitar) 6'00" Kallman Creates Publications

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)


Miss Melinda Mittelmore (SATB a cappella) 4'15" Kallman Creates Publications

A scampering tale of two would-be suitors tricked by the sly Melinda. (more)


Missa Brevis (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists) 8'00" Kallman Creates Publications

A plaintive, heartfelt Kyrie finds release in the succeeding exuberant Gloria. For advanced choirs. (more)


The Morning Trumpet (SATB, brass quintet or keyboard) 2'20" (MorningStar Music)

An early hymn of hope in the resurrection. Perfect for the Easter season.

Level: Med-Easy. (more)


My God Is A Rock (In A Weary Land) (SATB or SSA, piano) 5'00" Kallman Creates Publications

Rock the house with this electrifying setting of a passionate spiritual. (more)


My Help Comes from the Lord (SATB a cappella) 4'00" logo

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. more


Never Again . . . Evermore (Children of the Nuclear Holocaust) (SATB, treble solo, narrator, with (1) clarinet and string quartet; or (2) viola and piano) 7'38" logo

A powerful remembrance dedicated to children who are victims of war and especially those who died in nuclear holocaust. Mac Gimse's narrated poem and Kallman's Kyrie Eleison setting usher us through the horrors of the killing and destruction, bringing us at last to a plaintive and peaceful Dona Nobis Pacem. (more)


o by the by (2007) (SATB, full orchestra with opt. saxophone and baritone horn) 8'00" Kallman Creates Publications

A frolicsome, sometimes prankish glimpse of life through a child's eyes in this setting of a poem by E.E. Cummings. (more)


o by the by (2002) (SATB, SA treble choir or soloists, piano) 3'30" Kallman Creates Publications

E.E. Cummings' text about the loss of childhood wonder is perfectly suited to this combination of adult and children's voices. (more)


O Magnum Mysterium (SATB, SSA, and TTBB a cappella) 5'45" Kallman Creates Publications

Antiphonal choirs proclaim the mystery and wonder of the birth of the Christ Child. For advanced choirs. (more)


The Old Ark's A-Moverin' (SATB, a cappella) 2'50" Kallman Creates Publications

Jazz harmonies and hand clapping make this fun spiritual a good concert closer. (more)


Once in Royal David's City (SATB, piano or harp) 4'15" Kallman Creates Publications

New music to a beloved Christmas text. Level: Med-Adv. (more)


The Pause (SATB, piano, percussion [1 player]) 7’15” Kallman Creates Publications

A musical statement about commercialism and consumerism in the holiday season. (more)


The Poet and the Baby (SATB, piano four-hands) 2'15" Kallman Creates Publications

The poet, American Paul Laurence Dunbar, finds his baby “altogether more complete” than any words he can pen. Lively and playful. (more)



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