Composer - Choral
Choral music by Edmund Connolly
Difficulty level: 1-5 where 1 is easy (manageable by more or less any choir); 3 is moderately difficult, suitable for a good high school choir; and 5 is challenging, best suited to a good college/professional choir.
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Text by Chief Yellowlark of the Lakota tribe.
SATB with divisi, piano and concert flute.
The Duck, the Fly & the Hippopotamus
Three settings of poems by Ogden Nash
SSA with piano
The Breeze at Dawn
Text translated from Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī
SSATB a cappella
Dona Nobis Pacem
Traditional canon, arr. for two-part voices, piano, violin and cello.
Down in the river to pray
American traditional, arr. for SAB a cappella
A setting of a poem by Ogden Nash
Two-part voices and piano
The Lord's Prayer
Two-part voices (or two soloists) and organ
Also available for SSATB a cappella
A serene setting based around a wide-ranging melody, sung mostly in canon.
Difficulty: 2 (two-part) 3 (SSATB)
Text translated from Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī.
SATB with piano.
SATB with divisi a cappella
What Child is this?
Greensleeves, arr. for SSATB, piano and oboe.
Wade in the Water
3 equal voice parts (sung in either octave) and piano.
Walking with God
Text by William Cowper
SATB and organ