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By Your Side and in Your Heart by Ruth Elaine Schram. Choir Secular. This edition: Accompaniment CD. Choral Octavo. Gospel; Graduation. CD. Published by Alfred Music Publishing (AP.SVM00075CD). A message of friendship and loyal devotion combined with Ruth Elaine Schram's gift for creating beautiful music make this a perfect graduation piece. Contemporary styling of gospel-type harmonies gives substance and drama to this notable original.Recorded Acc. Available.

Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Genres: Gospel, Graduation, Christian, Religious, Celebrations
Starting Here, Starting Now (from the musical Starting Here, Starting Now) by Richard Maltby, Jr. (1952-). Arranged by John Leavitt. Choir Secular. For SoundPax. This edition: SoundPax. Choral Octavo. Broadway; Graduation. Instrumental Accompaniment. 6 pages. Published by Alfred Music Publishing (AP.28514). A moving love song that’s perfectly suited for choir. It’s arranged in classic style, well suited for large choirs, but equally appropriate for jazz and pop choirs as well. The easy piano accompaniment is an equal partner in this arrangement. An appropriate sentiment for end of year concerts, graduation. Includes parts for 2 percussion, and string bass.Inst. Parts Available (choral); Recorded Acc. Available.

Pages: 6
Instruments: Choir, Vocal
Genres: Graduation, Musical/Show, Celebrations, Broadway
Trust the Seeds - Orchestral Version (Full Score) by Elizabeth Alexander. For Mixed Choir and Orchestra (SATB choir,,, harp, strings). Community Chorus, High School Chorus, Concert Music. Seasonal-Spring, Graduation, Courage, Choral. Moderate. Full Score. Duration 6 minutes. Published by Seafarer Press (SF.SEA-009-01). A meditation on the faith demonstrated by planting seeds, whether they be the "garden variety" or the seeds of life. Appropriate for worship or concert settings in any season of the year.Technical details: The choral texture is that of a two to four-part chorale, with several chromatic, contrapuntal modulations. The orchestra parts were written for a good high school orchestra.

Instruments: Choir, Harp, Vocal, Strings
Genres: Classical, Graduation, Celebrations