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A little less than two years ago, MorningStar assembled a panel of four choral directors from Catholic cathedrals and parishes to discuss the topic of choral classics, and the starting point for our discussion was a list of such pieces from the panel. Sometimes publisher was included, but many of these pieces can be found in the catalogs of more than one publisher. It is interesting to note how many of the pieces were held in common among the four participants noted by bold type , and of course there were also many held by three or two of the four.

View or Download our list of Choral Classics here! Click here to view pieces in our Choral Essentials series, which shares a lot of overlap with the list above! Greetings to my Choral Director colleagues. During this time of the year Spring , most of us are heavily involved with our concerts — at schools, colleges, and community venues.

I find myself on the go more than ever. And my favorite mode of travel is the train. I live within walking distance of my local train station here in New Canaan, CT. I have always loved trains, and train travel. In fact, trains are referenced in many of my choral and vocal works.

One specific set, The Morning Train , is a four-song collection, all about trains.

Most of the songs are quite active. An astute listener may hear train whistles, or sounds of passing trains. Plenty of energy! My friends in the Reading, PA, Choral Society have even made a video of their performance of "Freight Train" song 2 in the set while singing in a caboose at the Train Museum! I hope that you will enjoy singing these songs.

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And perhaps you will think of me, riding my local train, smiling as I stare out of the window as the miles pass by. In just the first few pages of the book, the stories you're sharing are immediately intensely personal. Will people who know you — colleagues, peers, friends, family — find this surprising, or is this your m. Either he was throwing in the towel, or throwing down the gauntlet — who knows?

All that is to provide context to this: I am, and always have been, an intensely private person and cope, as so many people do, with intense social anxiety. I am shy. It is, for better or worse, written in my voice. You mention your family of origin's Lutheran background and that you attend many Sundays. That was another surprise since we know you as more of a concert composer, and yet faith is ostensibly a big part of your life.

What do you make of that?

My wife was brought up Catholic. When we went to the Catholic Church to ask them to marry us, I was told that the fact that I was divorced would require all sorts of institutional mumbo-jumbo, so two newly-minted Episcopalians were struck when we were married in our home church, Church of the Messiah, in Rhinebeck, New York. What prompted you or how did you make the decision to write a book?

How was the experience of writing a memoir different than writing music? How was it the same?

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I wrote the book primarily to leave a record of who I thought I was, and what I thought about, for my sons who will—or will not—read it when they get older. I have always found the process of writing prose exactly the same as writing music. I guess that it is just the way I think. You write about lessons with Ned Rorem and the complete preparedness he required of a student the passage where you said something to the effect that you had better have everything notated as perfectly as possible comes to mind.

Is this something you incorporate and expect in your own teaching? What other strains from previous teachers do you readily see in your own teaching and other artistic work? The love of writing I got from my mother, and from my high school writing teacher, Diane C. Doerfler—both forever in my heart.


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Every composition teacher teaches differently. The rest is politics, not Art. What did you learn about yourself, particularly as a composer, through writing this book? Critics and colleagues will carp. Life will go on. So relax: concentrate on people and process. I diarized obsessively from I stopped diarizing when my first son was born a decade ago, and work on the book took the place of keeping a diary.

It was written on legal pads on airplanes, in hotel rooms, and at artist colonies, and I flight-tested some of the longer set-pieces on my website blog and during a stint writing for the Huffington Post. Let's say someone is getting ready to read the book—they know your name but maybe aren't as familiar with your work. Do you recommend they start with the book or explore your music first? You might also find the poems of Margaret Widdemer interesting, which we've included below.

And we—we smile and watch them pass along, And those who walk beside, soft-smiling, cruel-eyed— We guard our own—not ours to right the wrong! This is my son that you have taken, Guard lest your gold-vault walls be shaken, Never again to speak or waken. This that I built of all my years, Made with my strength and love and tears, Dead for pride of your shining spears!

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She could have loved—her woman-passions beat Deeper than theirs, or else she had not known How to have dropped her heart beneath their feet A living stepping-stone: The little hands—did they not clutch her heart? The guarding arms—was she not very tired? Was it an easy thing to walk apart, Unresting, undesired?

She gave away her crown of woman-praise, Her gentleness and silent girlhood grace, To be a merriment for idle days, Scorn for the market-place: She strove for an unvisioned, far-off good, For one far hope she knew she should not see: These—not her daughters—crowned with motherhood And love and beauty—free. I shall not lie to you any more, Flatter or fawn to attain my end— I am what never has been before, Woman—and Friend.

I shall be strong as a man is strong, I shall be fair as a man is fair, Hand in locked hand we shall pass along To a purer air: I shall not drag at your bridle-rein, Knee pressed to knee shall we ride the hill; I shall not lie to you ever again— Will you love me still? Let us in through the guarded gate, Let us in for your own sake! We have held you within our hand, Marred or made as we broke or planned, We have given you life or killed King or brute as we taught or willed— Let us in through the guarded gate, Let us in for your own sake!

Note: Margaret Widdemer lived from to Although virtually unknown today, she shared the Pulitzer Prize in Poetry with the famous and very well-known poet Carl Sandburg. Juliana Hall and Brian Armbrust are happy to be able to share Widdemer's wonderful work with audiences of today, bringing back a major poetical talent who up to now has more or less disappeared in the shadow of her Pulitzer co-winner.

Hall and Armbrust hope these songs will not only enliven today's conversations about the rights of women and children, but they also hope these performances will finally help Widdemer to receive the public acknowledgment and acclaim for her work they feel she deserves. He has been seen and heard across the US and Europe in over roles and a fosters a stylistically diversified oratorio repertoire of over works. In , Mr. Prior to that Mr. Churchwell spent fourteen years as an assistant conductor for both the Metropolitan Opera and the San Francisco Opera. Since , Mr.

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Churchwell has spent his summers teaching at the Music Academy of the West working with young singers and pianists. On the recital stage, Mr. A native of Knoxville, TN, Mr.