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Joy and Praise for SATB #2, Vol. 10

We Proclaim the Wondrous Glories of His Name We Proclaim the Wondrous Glories of His Name is a rousing anthem using the tune of J. J. Mouret’s Rondeau from Sinfonie de Fanfares. Sing, Alleluia Sing, Alleluia is a meditative anthem using on the two words, Sing,...

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Joy and Praise for SATB #3, Vol. 11

The Hills Shout Glad Hosannas The Hills Shout Glad Hosannas is a rousing anthem with an exuberant piano part, “The earth itself awakens to greet the Prince of Peace. And sings of restoration of energy released. Come, Holy Spirit Veni Creator Spiritus believed to have...

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Joy and Praise for Solo/SATB #1, Vol. 9

Rise Up, My Love (Solo) Rise Up, My Love text is from Song of Solomon 2: 10-13 (KJV), and the music lovingly portrays the haunting quality of the contralto voice. Reach Out! (Solo/Unison) Reach Out! was written as a Mission Song for unison Children’s Choir. The...

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Jubilee Symphony for Orchestra, Symphony No. 5

Jubilee Symphony was commissioned by the University of Missouri–St. Louis for their 50th Jubilee Anniversary, 1963-2013. The symphony was premiered October 9, 2013. The first movement, I. Bellerive, takes its name from the beautiful Bellerive Country Club which became...

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Lent & Easter for SATB, Vol. 6

As Sun Disperses the Mourning clouds As Sun Disperses the Mourning Clouds is an Easter Meditation for a cappella SATB with the message, “So Christ is risen Lord, our source of faith, of hope, and life through death.” Of Christ’s Dark Cup Of Christ’s Dark Cup is a...

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Lent & Easter for Solo/SATB, Vol. 5

Now the Green Blade Riseth Now the Green Blade Riseth is a setting of the popular French carol, Noël Nouvelet, a traditional French Christmas and New Year’s carol. It was translated into English with the poignant line, “Love is come again like wheat arising green.”...

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Lilia Polka for String Orchestra

Kate Chopin (1850-1904) wrote Lilia Polka for her daughter to play on the piano which was published by H. H. Rollman in St. Louis, Missouri. Polkas were quite popular in the German and German American communities in St. Louis in 1899. Lilia Polka is a lively, spirited...

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Lilia Polka for Woodwind Quintet

Kate Chopin (1850-1904) wrote Lilia Polka for piano for her daughter which was published by H. H. Rollman in St. Louis. Polkas were quite popular in the German and German American communities in St. Louis in 1899. Lilia Polka is a lively, spirited polka showcasing...

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Lute Concerto for Solo Organ

A great audience pleaser, this arrangement continues the long-standing tradition of arranging concerto grosso for solo organ. This Lute Concerto has long been one of Vivaldi’s most popular works.

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