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Title Poet/Lyricistsort descending Voicing/Instrumentation Level
We Are Fed
A nontraditional communion anthem perfect for smaller choirs
Jodi Gustafson SAB and piano with optional percussion and flute
Partners in Shalom
A hymn to the places we gather in community for choir and/or congregation
Jodi Gustafson SATB with piano or organ and optional solo instrument
Come Away
February Feature: A flirtatious, lush concert opener, perfect for Spring!
John Dowland SATB divisi a cappella
Rise Up to Greet the Morning Dawn
This rousing song Incorporates lesser-known verses of "Amazing Grace," with the feel of an American folk song
Kachelmeier/John Newton/Anonymous SATB a cappella
O Vos Omnes
A compelling movement from my upcoming cantata "Behold and See", featuring a stunning mezzo-soprano solo.
Lamentations 1:12 and Stabat Mater SSAATTBB a cappella with Mezzo-Soprano solo
We Toast the Days
Now available for SSAA, SATB and TTBB, this Celtic-inspired toast is a lovely secular piece to add to your winter program. Available for SATB, SSAA or TTBB
Linda Kachelmeier SATB a cappella, optional guitar, SSAA a cappella, optional guitar, TTBB a cappella, optional guitar
I am becoming
A simple song of individual growth and discovery--perfect for graduation
Linda Kachelmeier Unison and piano, SA and piano
One World
A vibrant call for peace and equality.
Linda Kachelmeier SATB with SSA trio, SSAA, or 2 pt. treble with piano and percussion
Keep Us Whole
This flexible piece is a powerful and moving song of hope, love, and peace through giving of ourselves.
Linda Kachelmeier SSA (unison or SATB) or TBB and piano. or TTBB a cappella
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis
The famous "Song of Mary" text and a request for us all to "depart in peace".
Luke 1:46-55, 2:29-32 SSA(A) a cappella
Nomina Animalium (Adam Naming the Animals)
Inspired by a medieval bestiary manuscript, this is a richly layered, impressive work
Northumberland Bestiary and Psalm 148 SSATBB a cappella with tenor and baritone solos
Eternal light (Lux) is invoked throughout this passionate work with a medieval flavor
Offertorium and Communio from the Requiem Mass TBB a cappella
Good King Wenceslas
"Ye who now will bless the poor, shall yourselves find blessing". Rich arrangement of the ancient carol of the king and the peasant.
Piae Cantiones; text by J. M. Neale SSATBB a cappella
Welsh Carol
The wonder and anticipation of Christmas
Pr. K. E. Roberts High soprano and piano
Rejoice and Be Glad
A driving gospel number. Fun for your choir and pianists!
Psalm 118 SATB and piano duet
The Dragon Sings
Heroic and tragic, an evocation of the First World War
Siegfried Sassoon TTBB with piano and percussion
Everyone Sang
SATB version just added! Written for Armistice Day which will have it's 100th anniversary this November, Everyone Sang is an exuberant song of freedom, inviting all to join in as 'the singing will never be done'
Siegfried Sassoon SSA a cappella, SATB a cappella
Signum Magnum
A cosmic vision of the feminine; ethereal and strong
The Introit chant for the Feast of the Assumption SSA divisi and piano (or harp)
Mystery of Faith
A mystical proclamation of faith perfect for Easter through Pentecost
The Memorial Acclamation from The Order of Mass SATB with handbells (2 octaves)
Silver Dagger
An arrangement of the surprisingly feminist Appalachian folk song
Traditional Appalachian SSA a cappella, SATB, alto solo a cappella
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Tidings of comfort and joy! Enjoy this rousing new arrangement of the traditional English Carol.
Traditional English SSATBB a cappella
Veni Creator Spiritus
A pulsating call to the creative spirit in all of us.
Traditional Latin text SATB a cappella
Lift Me Up
This powerful text speaks to all of us who are in need of help.
Valarie Stein SSA, bass, SAB, bass
Each Of Us
The power of the collective voice in speech and song, this song is part of the ACDA Regional Convention (Central and North Central) Composers Reading Session I, Easy to Medium.
Walt Whitman SATB and piano
Motet de la Vergine
An ardent motet to the Virgin Mary pairing a medieval French text and the Salve Regina
Williaume li Viniers (15th c.) and Latin chant text SSATBB a cappella