Choral Music

A cappella

Afternoon on a Hill (2005) — Alliance Music Publishing

SATB Div, a cappella

Also available for SSA Choir

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Recorded by VOCE, conducted by Mark Singleton.

As There Are Flowers (2010) — Colin Britt Publications

SATB Div, a cappella

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Recorded by Yale Schola Cantorum

Come, Thou Redeemer of the Earth (2010)  –  GIA Publications

SATB, a cappella

The Dream (2006) — GIA Publications

SATB Div, a cappella

Dreamscape (2013) — Colin Britt Publications

SATB Double Choir, a cappella

I. A Dream

II. Dreamland

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III. A Dream Within a Dream

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Premiere performance by VOCE, conducted by Mark Singleton.

There is No Rose (2007) — GIA Publications

SATB Div, a cappella

Also available for SSAA Choir

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Performance by the Hartt Chorale and Chamber Singers, conducted by Edward Bolkovac

World, I Cannot Hold Thee Close Enough (2009) — Alliance Music Publishing

SATB Div, a cappella

Also available for SSAA Choir

Accompanied

Al Hanisim (2007) — Colin Britt Publications

SATB and Piano or Chamber Orchestra

A Dream and a Song (2011) — Colin Britt Publications

SATB and Piano or Brass Choir

The House of Clouds (2010) — Colin Britt Publications

Solo Mezzo-Soprano, SATB Div, and Chamber Orchestra

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Performed by Debi Wong, mezzo-soprano, and The House of Clouds, conducted by Arianne Abela

I Long to See (2013) — Colin Britt Publications

SATB, Piano, and Cello

Lift Every Voice and Sing (Arrangement – 2008)  –  Colin Britt Publications

SATB and Organ or Orchestra

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Performed by the Greater Middletown Chorale, conducted by Joseph D’Eugenio

Psalm 23 (2011) — Colin Britt Publications

TBB and Piano

Sing to the Lord a New Song (2007) — Colin Britt Publications

SSATB and Chamber Orchestra

Winter Song Trilogy (2007) — Colin Britt Publications

SATB Div. and Piano or Chamber Orchestra

Click to listen: (excerpt from Mvt. II. “An Only Moment”)


Performance by the Hartt Chorale and members of the Hartt Symphony Orchestra

Responses

  1. [...] Choral Music [...]

  2. Your work is really inspiring and soothing. You have a great ear for harmony. I am getting my master’s in recording arts… we should consider collaborating on a CD.

    • Thank you so much!! I would love that–where are you based? Have you worked on a lot of choral projects?

      • Hi. Based in Nashville, have done some location orchestral recordings, not a lot of choral. Feel free to shoot me an email.


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