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  • 2002

    Multi-TraditionalHoliday Sampler

    for

    Mixed Chorus

    Hanukkah,Kwanzaa & Solstice

  • SATB VOICING

    (Sampler contains 3-4 pages of each score)

    HANUKKAH

    NEW! Pg 3 Flame Of Faith by Scott Henderson YR1121v2

    BEST SELLER! Pg 7 For All To See by Jerald Thomas-Hawhee YR6701v2

    BEST SELLER! Pg 11 Three Hanukkah Songs by Charles Baker YR2600v2

    KWANZAA

    BEST SELLER! Pg 15 Harambee by Joseph Jennings YR5203v2

    SOLSTICE

    NEW! Pg 19 Kore Evohe by Schrag/Kelleher YR6204v2

    NEW! Pg 23 Winter Solstice Moon by David Frank Long YR9301v2

  • Soprano

    Alto

    Tenor

    Bass

    Piano

    Legato

    Legato

    The

    The

    The

    The

    can - dles of

    can - dles of

    can - dles of

    can - dles of

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    7

    Ha - nuk-kah,

    Ha - nuk-kah,

    Ha - nuk-kah,

    Ha - nuk-kah,

    7

    eight in a

    eight in a

    eight in a

    eight in a

    row,

    row,

    row,

    row,

    dance and leap

    dance and leap

    dance and leap

    Flame of FaithScott Henderson

    Linda MarcusA Hanukkah SongLyrics by

    Music by

    2001 by Yelton Rhodes Music (BMI), Los Angeles. All international rights reserved. www.yrmusic.com

    SATB and piano

    YR1121v2

  • S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    12

    soar and fly

    soar and fly

    12

    soar and

    soar and

    spark - le and shim - mer

    spark - le and shim - mer

    fly

    fly spark - le and

    glit - ter and

    glit - ter and

    glit - ter and

    glit - ter;

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    17

    glow;

    glow;

    glow;

    17

    flash - es of

    flash - es of

    flash - es of

    flash - es of

    gold in the

    gold in the

    gold in the

    gold in the

    dark win - ter

    dark win - ter

    dark win - ter

    dark win - ter

    sky.

    sky.

    sky.

    sky.

    - 2 -

  • S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    23

    23

    The

    The

    flames re -

    flames re -

    kin - dle the

    kin - dle the

    love - ly

    love - ly

    mem' - ry; Je -

    Je -

    mem' - ry; Je -

    Je -

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    29

    ru - sa - lem's

    ru - sa - lem's

    ru - sa - lem's

    ru - sa - lem's

    29

    Tem - ple re -

    Tem - ple re -

    Tem - ple re -

    Tem - ple re -

    stored to

    stored to

    stored to

    stored to

    pu - ri - ty.

    pu - ri - ty.

    pu - ri - ty.

    pu - ri - ty.

    One drop of

    One drop of

    One drop of

    One drop of

    oil last - ed

    oil last - ed

    oil last - ed

    oil last - ed

    - 3 -

  • S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    35

    eight days and

    eight days and

    eight days and

    eight days and

    35

    nights and the

    nights and the

    nights and the

    nights and the

    lamp on the

    lamp on the

    lamp on the

    lamp on the

    al - tar for -

    al - tar for -

    al - tar for -

    al - tar for -

    ev - er-more burned

    ev - er-more burned

    ev - er-more, for -

    ev - er-more, for -

    bright.

    bright.

    ev - er-more.

    ev - er-more.

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno.

    41

    What a mi -

    What a mi -

    What a mi -

    What a mi -

    41

    ra - cu - lous

    ra - cu - lous

    ra - cu - lous

    ra - cu - lous

    sight this

    sight this

    sight this

    sight this

    must have been,

    must have been,

    must have been,

    must have been,

    see - ing their

    see - ing their

    see - ing their

    see - ing their

    sa - cred light

    sa - cred light

    sa - cred light

    sa - cred light

    - 4 -

  • Glockenspiel

    with music-box-like delicacy

    1

    glk.

    4

    L.V.

    A solo opt.

    Light a light for all to see,

    7

    Light a light for li - ber - ty, Let its glow - ing show the way To

    (A Contemplation of the Hanukkah Lights)for S.A.T.B. choir, glockenspiel & piano

    Jerald Thomas Hawhee (ASCAP) (1998)based on the traditional melodies

    Hayo Haya, Shibbolet Basadeh, Maoz Tzur

    Words by Jerald Thomas Hawhee

    for Elizabeth Ann

    For All To See

    Easily Flowing

    YR6701v2

    1999 Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP). All international rights reserved. www.yrmusic.com

  • A

    T

    B

    glk.

    guide a bet - ter day,

    10

    a bet - ter day.

    Oh,

    Oh,

    T

    B

    glk.

    13

    oh,

    oh,

    oh,

    oh,

    -2-

  • T

    B

    glk.

    oh,

    oh,

    16

    oh,

    oh,

    oh,

    oh,

    T

    B

    glk.

    oh,

    oh,

    19

    Oh,

    Oh,

    -3-

  • S

    A

    T

    B

    Light a light for ty-rants' fall,

    Light a light for ty-rants' fall,

    22

    Lightalight for free-dom's call,

    Lightalight for free-dom's call,

    And for those who paid its cost That

    And for those who paid its cost That

    oh, That

    oh, That

    S

    A

    T

    B

    glk.

    all we love should not be lost.

    all we love should not be lost.

    all we love should not be lost.

    all should not be lost.

    25

    -4-

  • Piano

    Allegro

    1

    cresc.

    Unis.

    Pno

    7

    7

    poco rit.se - vi - von,

    fp

    a tempo

    sov sov sov, ha - nu- kah hu hag tov,

    Unis.

    Pno

    13 cresc.

    ha - nu-kah

    13

    cresc.

    hu hag tov, se - vi - von sov sov sov. sov na sov koh va-hoh,

    Unis.

    Pno

    19

    nes ga-dol ha -

    19

    yah poh nes ga-dol ha - yah poh sov na sov koh va-hoh.

    Copyright 1995 by Barton Rhodes Press, Los Angeles. All international rights reserved.Unauthorized copying of this music in any manner violates the Federal Copyright Law.

    I. S'vivonFor SATB chorus and piano

    Arranged by

    Charles Baker

    Three Hanukkah SongsAt the request of Edward Brener (1953-1989)

    YR2600v2

  • Unis.

    Pno

    48 cresc.

    ha - nu - kah

    48

    cresc.

    hu hag tov, se - vi - von sov sov sov

    Unis.

    Pno

    53

    53

    nes ga - dol ha - yah poh sov na - sov koh va - hoh.

    Pno

    58

    legato

    Andante

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno

    64

    64

    m

    ner - li

    m

    m

    ner - li ner - li da - qiq

    4

    II. Nerli

  • S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno

    70

    ba - ha - nu -

    70

    kah ne - ri ad - liq

    ba - ha - nu -

    ba - ha - nu -

    ba - ha - nu -

    ba - ha - nu -

    kah ne -

    kah ne -

    kah ne -

    kah ne -

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno

    76

    ri ya -

    ri ya -

    ri ya -

    ri ya -

    76

    ir

    ir

    ir

    ir

    ba - ha - nu -

    ba - ha - nu -

    ba - ha - nu -

    ba - ha - nu -

    kah shi -

    kah shi -

    kah shi -

    kah shi -

    rim a -

    rim a -

    rim a -

    rim a -

    shir

    shir

    shir

    shir

    5

  • Sopr

    Alto

    Tenor

    Bass

    Pno

    90

    90

    cresc.

    ritard

    ritard

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Pno

    a tempo

    a tempo

    94

    cha - ne-keh a

    cha - ne-keh a

    cha-ne-keh, oi cha-ne-keh a

    cha-ne-keh, oi cha-ne-keh a

    94

    yon - tif, a shei - ne, a

    yon - tif, a shei - ne, a

    yon - tif, a shei - ne, a

    yon - tif, a shei - ne, a

    frei - li-che, nit

    frei - li-che, nit

    lus-ti-ge, a frei-li-che, nit

    lus-ti-ge, a frei-li-che, nit

    do nock a-zoi - ne.

    do nock a-zoi - ne.

    do nock a-zoi - ne.

    do nock a-zoi - ne.

    7

    III. Chanukah, oi chanukahAllegro, with continuous acceleration

  • Group I

    Group II

    Group III

    = 881

    Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!

    I

    II

    III

    4

    Ha - ram - bee!

    Ha - ram - bee!

    A

    Ha - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!

    Ha - ram - bee!

    I

    II

    III

    6

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Harambee(Call To Unity)

    Joseph Jennings(b. 1954)

    Dorothy Winbush Riley

    "Jamaican"

    YR5203v2

    For mixed chorus in 3 groups

    1998 Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP), Los Angeles. All international rights reserved.Yelton Rhodes Music PO Box 46249 Los Angeles CA 90046

    http://www.yrmusic.com

    Commissioned by the NYCGMC, Gary Miller, Music Director

    Text used with permission 1997 Harper Collins Publishers, New York."The Complete Kwanzaa - Celebrating Our Cultural Harvest", by Doroth Winbush Riley

  • I

    II

    III

    8

    Ha - ram - bee!

    Ha - ram - bee!

    B

    Sev - en times I call you

    Ha - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!

    Ha - ram - bee!

    I

    II

    III

    10

    Sev - en times I call you

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Se - ven times I call you to

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    I

    II

    III

    12

    1.

    u - ni - ty

    1.

    Ha - ram - bee!

    1.

    Ha - ram - bee!

    2.

    u - ni - ty

    2.

    2.

    Ha- ram - bee!

    2

    Percussion

  • I

    II

    III

    C16

    I call for my mo - ther I call for my fa - ther I call for my sis - ters I

    I

    II

    III

    19

    call for my bro - thers I call for grand-fa - thers I call for my grand-mo - thers

    I

    II

    III

    22

    I call for my fam' - ly, come to u - ni - ty.

    D

    Ha- ram - bee!

    (2nd time)

    Ha- ram - bee!

    3

    Small group

    tutti

  • I

    II

    III

    25

    Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!

    Ha-ram - bee!

    Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!

    Ha- ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!

    I

    II

    III

    27

    Ha - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!

    Ha - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!

    E

    Ha - ram - bee!

    Ha - ram - bee!

    I

    II

    III

    29

    Sev - en times I call you

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram - bee!

    Sev - en times I call you

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!

    4

    1st time only

  • 1

    Ko - re e - vo-he, Ko - re e - vo-he, Ko - re e - vo -

    4

    Ko -4

    he!4

    Mm4

    Mm

    re e - vo -

    Ko - re e - vo-he,

    Mm

    Mm

    he , Ko

    Ko - re - e - vo-he,

    Mm

    Mm

    re e - vo -

    Ko - re e - vo -

    Mm

    Mm

    KORE EVOHE

    A

    S

    A

    T

    B

    Dedicated to Crescendo: The Tampa Bay Womyn's ChorusMichelle Allen McIntire, Director

    A HYMN TO THE WHEEL OF THE YEAR

    1998 John Schrag (SOCAN). All rights reserved.

    In Greek myth, Kore is the goddess of Spring. Each Winter she goes into the earth, and her mother (Summer) grieves. Everything stops growing; it becomes cold. In the

    Spring, her daughter returns from the land of the dead, and Nature rejoices.

    "Kore Evohe" (pronounced KO-ray AY-voe-hay) just means, "Hail, Kore".

    2000 Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP/SOCAN), Los Angeles.All international rights reserved.

    lightly

    = 50Words and Music by John Schrag

    Based on a chant by Sabina C. BeckerSATB arrangement by John M. Kelleher

    YR6204v2

  • 8

    he!8

    he!8

    8

    Mm Ko

    Ko - re, bright and wild,

    Ko - re, bright and wild,

    Ko - re, Ko - re,

    Sum - mer's bles - sed child,

    Sum - mer's bles - sed child,

    Ko - re, Ko - re,

    re

    11

    Spring in - car - nate and11

    Spring in - car - nate and11

    Ko - re e - vo - he!11

    e - vo -

    Joy in bloom.

    Joy in bloom.

    Ko - re, Ko - re,

    he!

    Corn is reach - inghigh,

    Corn is reach - inghigh,

    Ko - re, Ko - re,

    Ko

    - 2 -

    div.

  • 14

    fledg - lings test the sky,14

    fledg - lings test the sky,14

    Ko - re, Ko - re, -14

    re

    Life up - ris - ing from

    Life up - ris - ing from

    Ko - re e - vo - he!

    e - vo -

    Win - ter's tomb.

    Win - ter's tomb.

    Ko - re e - vo - he!

    he!

    17

    O Ko17

    Ko - re e - vo-he17

    Ko - re17

    Ko - re

    re Ko - re -

    Ko - re e - vo-he

    e

    e

    e vo -

    Ko - re e - vo -

    vo -

    vo -

    he!

    he!

    he!

    he!

    - 3 -

  • 21

    Ko - re walks in21

    Ko - re walks in21

    Ko - re walks in21

    Sum - mer's gar - den,

    Sum mer's gar - den,

    Sum - mer's gar - den,

    Ko - re dan - ces

    Ko - re dan - ces

    Ko re dan - ces

    in the rain, -

    in the rain,

    in the rain,

    25

    25

    All a - round her the25

    All a - round her the

    earth a - stounds with how

    earth a - stounds with how

    life a - bounds in each

    life a - bounds in each

    - 4 -

    div.

  • Soprano

    Alto

    Tenor

    Bass

    RehearsalPiano

    circa 76, flowing with a sense of wonder

    Be-hold the win-ter sol-stice

    Be-hold the win-ter sol-stice

    Be-hold the win-ter sol-stice

    Be-hold the win-ter sol-stice

    moon.

    moon.

    moon.

    moon.

    Her face is bright and clear and

    Her face is bright and clear and

    Her face is bright and clear and

    Her face is bright and clear and

    new. She is a

    new. She is a

    new. She is a

    new. She is a

    S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    cresc.

    cresc.

    cresc.

    cresc.

    5

    sign of hope, of

    sign of hope, of

    sign of hope, of

    sign of5

    things to

    things to

    things to

    things to

    come, of

    come, of

    come, of

    come, of

    things to

    things to

    things to

    things to

    SATB

    Winter Solstice Moon

    2001 by Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP), Los Angeles. Yelton Rhodes Music sole selling agent.All international rights reserved. www.yrmusic.com

    Commissioned by Keith A. Koster, Artistic Director for the singers of Desert Voices, Tucson, Arizona

    Y R 9 3 0 1 v 2

    Music and words byDavid Frank Long

    Inspired byHopi sources

  • S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    poco pi allegrocon moto,

    9

    come.

    come.

    *

    come. Ah

    *

    come. Ah9

    ah

    staggered breathing

    hai

    hai

    ya

    ya

    ha

    ah

    S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    14

    *

    Ah hai

    ah ah

    ha14

    ya

    hai

    hai

    ah hai

    ya

    ya

    *

    Hai

    ya ha

    ha

    ah

    2

    * All vowel sounds of vocalizations should be smooth, steady and clear. Consonants should be given a slight emphasis .

  • S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    18

    ya ha

    ah hai

    ah ah

    ha18

    ya ha

    hai

    hai

    ya hai

    ya hai

    ya

    ya

    animoso

    ya Be

    ya Be -

    ha Ah, be

    Be -

    S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    22

    hold

    hold

    hold, be-hold

    hold, be-hold22

    the win - ter sol-stice

    the win - ter sol-stice

    the

    the

    moon!

    moon!

    moon!

    moon, the moon

    Her face is bright and clear and

    Her face is bright and clear and

    Her face is bright and clear and

    is

    3

  • S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    26

    new! She is a

    new!

    new! She is a

    new!26

    sign of peace, of

    She is a sign of

    sign of peace, of

    She is a sign of

    poco rallentando

    peace, of

    peace, of

    peace!

    peace!

    peace!

    peace!

    S.

    A.

    T.

    B.

    R.P.

    a tempo ( circa 84 )30

    On this the long-est, cold-est

    On this the long-est, cold-est30

    Ah

    Ah hai

    night

    night

    ya

    ah

    the stars are burn-ing, giv-ing

    the stars are burn-ing, giv-ing

    4