Hamabe No Uta

for mixed choir and piano

SKU: JBN-011 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Instrumentation:Piano
Descriptive Tags:Memory, Music, Nature, Nostalgia
Language:Japanese
Sacred or Secular:Secular
Voicing:SAB
Duration:1-5 Minutes

$2.00/copy

This title is available in print or for immediate download. For both options, there is a minimum required quantity of 8 copies for choral titles. Please support self-publishing composers by ordering the quantity according to the number of singers in the ensemble that will perform the work.

Print orders are printed on demand and shipped by our printing partner, and can be expected to be processed with a few days of the order. Please do not hesitate to contact [email protected] to follow up.

Quantity

    Explore More Music…

    Filters Sort results
    Reset Apply
    Title
    View
    Voicing
    Duration
    Language
    Composer
    for mixed choir and piano or orchestra
    GTT-017
    SATB
    6'
    English
    This setting of the traditional Harvest hymn, “We plough the fields and scatter”, is written in popular style, a little syncopated. The choir parts are mainly in Unison, with short passages in harmony (SATB). There is also a simple Unison part for the audience/congregation to join in (“All good gifts around us”), and simple percussion […]
    More info & view score »
    for chorus a cappella
    AJS-001
    2' 37"
    This new setting of the traditional Latin prayer features traditional harmonies and a simple unhurried rhythm, providing ample space for prayer and contemplation of the one blessed among women.
    More info & view score »
    for SATB choir and piano
    ROM-1202
    4' 45"
    Oden und Lieder in fünf Bûchern, a collection of poems by prolific German poet Friedrich von Hagedorn (1708-1754), was published in Hamburg, Germany in 1747. The fifth volume contains the six verse poem Die Alster, the text of this choral work. The German language written and spoken in Hagedorn’s lifetime preceded today’s codified, standardized German, […]
    More info & view score »
    for SATB choir and piano
    RCL-015
    SATB
    3'20"
    English
    “Entrance” is a new choral composition for SATB choir w/piano accompaniment. The inspiring, secular text is by Dana Gioia, former US poet laureate. It invites the listener to find new discoveries, new creations: “step out…. of the room that lets you feel secure. / Infinity is open to your sight.” With a jazz-influenced, uptempo piano […]
    More info & view score »
    for mixed choir a cappella with alto & baritone soli
    SDE-007
    SATB
    4'36"
    Latin
    This energetic setting of Gloria in excelsis Deo, from the Latin Mass, opens with rhythmic patterns that enhance the text. Midway through, the chorus softly occults between two simple chords under an alto then baritone soloists. The opening patterns return before a fugal section at the text “cum santo spiritu.” The final Amen is another […]
    More info & view score »
    SATB
    Unison
    12'30"
    English
    Majestic Ride is a choral sequence for the beginning of Holy Week. It consists of three new hymn settings, linked by optional   solo/choral passages and narration drawn from the Bible, centred mainly on the events of Palm Sunday.  The three hymns are  ‘All glory, laud and honour’, ‘My song is love unknown’ and ‘Ride […]
    More info & view score »
    for mixed choir and organ
    ADY-023
    SATB
    2'15"
    English
    Dedicated to a couple that devoted themselves to their church’s music program throughout their lives, this text, taken from Psalm 146, expresses the heart of a church musician.
    More info & view score »
    for SSAA chorus, unaccompanied
    ADY-049
    3'10"
    A song of the sea, as experienced on the Pacific Coast just south of Carmel, California, dedicated to one who is passionate about the ocean.
    More info & view score »
    for mixed choir a cappella
    AMH-001
    SATB
    5'20"
    Latin
    The text comprises a solitary verse, St. John 3:8, taken from Nicodemus’ well-known nocturnal conversation with Jesus. The anthem is intended for use in a generous acoustic, such as a Cathedral, where during the many bar rests, the fragmented and overlapping phrases can be given opportunity to resound and reflect until the reverberation dissipates. The […]
    More info & view score »
    Shopping Cart