A setting for SATB choir, clarinet, timpani and strings (or just organ) of Robert Frost’s evocative poem.
Three arrangements for either SATB or SA choir, with piano and African drums. Both accessible and exciting, these settings of traditional African songs are appropriate for all sorts of concert use, and – as they are fundamentally praise-songs – could also be appropriately used in church services.
This vibrant work for SATB choir, Soprano and Baritone soloists and orchestra was commissioned by The Really Big Chorus, and first performed in the Royal Albert Hall on July 13th 2014. It is accessible to choirs of all sizes, and comes with alternative orchestrations of either full symphony orchestra or small ensemble of 11 instruments + organ (1,1,1,1; 1,0,0,0; timp/perc, stg 5tet + organ).
The original SATB setting has been hugely popular with choirs and audiences looking for an upbeat and entertaining Christmas ‘encore’ piece. Now available is a version for SA choir + piano, which will enable upper voice choirs of all sorts to have the same riotous Christmas fun.