ATTB, a cappellaContinue reading “To Mistress Margaret Hussey”
An exuberant setting of the poem by the great Swedish poet, Karin Boye.Continue reading “Morgon (Morning)”
A joyful setting of the poem by Amy Lowell, which speaks to the expression of music as that which dwells within us, and which we embody – as well as being the external expression of what is inside. Evocative of the very idea of a chorus – many voices made into one expression, “one music with a thousand cadences”, as the poem says.Continue reading “Listening”
SATB, piano Continue reading “I will be the gladdest thing”
As performed by Voce Chamber Singers; David Mann, conductorContinue reading “Alchemy”
SSAA a cappella Continue reading “Love is like the wild rose-briar”
TTBB a cappellaContinue reading “Winter Song”
SATB cappellaContinue reading “Birds at Winter Nightfall”
SATB cappellaContinue reading “Dance!”
for SATB a cappella was premiered by the Pacific Chorale on March 30.
Lo duca e io per quel cammino ascoso
intrammo a ritornar nel chiaro mondo;
e sanza cura aver d’alcun riposo,
salimmo sù, el primo e io secondo,
tanto ch’i’ vidi de le cose belle
che porta ’l ciel, per un pertugio tondo.
E quindi uscimmo a riveder le stelle.
Canto 34 – Inferno
The guide and I into that hidden road
now entered, to return to the bright world;
and without care of having any rest
we climbed: he first, then I – so far,
through a round aperture I saw appear
some of the beautiful things that heaven bears,
where we came forth, and once more saw the stars.
SATB a cappella / TTBB a cappella / SSAA a cappella Continue reading “Three Winter Songs”