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Hope Shines

“Hope shines through light eternal.  Hope shines through Jesus Christ….”  This upbeat anthem from our Lenten musical drama, “Hope Shines”, captures the optimism and enthusiasm of the Christian faith.  Appropriate for most services throughout the year.  Contact us for copies. Voicing satb Accompaniment Piano

Hurry Shepherds

A bright, rhythmic, festive Christmas anthem that works well with piano or organ accompaniment.  Originally published through Abingdon Press, we now own the copyright and should be contacted for performance permission. Voicing satb Accompaniment Piano accompaniment

Hundred-Year Snooze, The

In this story there lives a princess who possesses gifts bestowed upon her by the kingdom’s Seven Graces: beauty, wit and charm, grace and elegance, song, dance and good math skills.  Whether performed by a small or large cast, this easy-to-learn musical is full of opportunities for all students to enjoy.  A smart and funny… Continue reading Hundred-Year Snooze, The

Humpty Dumpty

“Humpty was such a good egg…” Show off the personality and musicality of your young choir with this irresistible novelty number!  The favorite nursery rhyme is embellished and set in a minor key with an easy swing feel, singable vocal lines, and humorous one-liners that will “crack you up!” Eggcellent!  Alfred Music Publishing. Voicing 2-part… Continue reading Humpty Dumpty

How Do I Love Thee

Deemed one of the most romantic love poems of all time, “How Do I Love Thee?” is possibly Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s most enduring work. Gorgeous tone colors and lush harmonies are appropriately handled in this setting that is an expressive gem for mixed or women’s ensembles. A distinguished concert selection!  Shawnee Press. Voicing satb Accompaniment… Continue reading How Do I Love Thee

How Do I Love Thee

Deemed one of the most romantic love poems of all time, “How Do I Love Thee?” is possibly Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s most enduring work. Gorgeous tone colors and lush harmonies are appropriately handled in this setting that is an expressive gem for mixed or women’s ensembles. A distinguished concert selection!  Shawnee Press. Voicing ssa Accompaniment… Continue reading How Do I Love Thee

Hope Shines

“Hope Shines” is a 35-minute Lenten musical drama that was written for and has been performed at Sunday morning church services and Tenebrae services.  It is written for SATB voices with optional soloists, congregation and dramatic parts.  Contact us for copies. Voicing satb Description Lenten musical. Accompaniment Organ or piano, oboe or flute, clarinet, optional… Continue reading Hope Shines

Holla-Hi, Holla-Ho

Arranger Jean Perry first heard this clever German folk song as a young girl singing around a fire at Girl Scout camp. It was so enchanting, she never forgot it. Now set for SSA voices, opportunities abound for teaching rhythmic precision, tonic, sub-dominant and tonic chord relationships, and independent part singing. A wonderful piece that… Continue reading Holla-Hi, Holla-Ho

Holiday Winter Song

Lilting and joyful, with lots of festive Fa-la-las and Noel-noels, this original holiday madrigal makes good use of unison as well as independent part singing.  The charming text about the many familiar sights of winter will set just the right mood!  “Come one and all, this wintry day…though winds be cold and skies be gray…at… Continue reading Holiday Winter Song

Hodie, Hodie

Voicing satb Description A full festive Christmas anthem. Accompaniment Piano and handbells