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HAIR TODAY (1977)
A cappella SSATTB choir, after the anonymous 17th-century
poem, "A Dialogue Concerning Hair Between a Man and a Woman" (2:00)
Published by
Galaxy-Highgate Music
Here is a piece for every school or college choir. A witty poem from the 17th century . . it is mainly about the excessive length of the man's hair. The music, antiphonal in form (male to female), is an amusing combination of antique style and a more modern style of free modulation. It is not difficult, and it should be a popular addition to the repertoire.
                      G. N., The Choral Journal

IF MUSIC BE THE FOOD OF LOVE (2001)
A Cappella SSAA chorus, after the opening lines of
Shakespeare's Twelfth Night (5:00)
Commissioned by the Burlington Central (IL) High School Music Dept.,
Published by Meadow Music

A Cappella SATB choir, after five poems by David Weiss (12:00)
Commissioned by the Cantori Chamber Singers of Hobart and
William Smith colleges, Geneva NY
Published by
Meadow Music

SATB choir, children's chorus, and organ
after portions of Psalms 150 and 92 (in English) (5:00)
Commissioned by the choir of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, DeKalb IL
Published by
Meadow Music

A LYKE-WAKE DIRGE (1962)
SATB choir or quartet a cappella, after an
anonymous 15th-century Scottish poem (10:00)
Published by Meadow Music

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