Music for Mixed Voices
by Mitchell Covington

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Resmiranda

SATB div. with piano

Moderately Challenging

A haunting setting of the Christmas poem by 18th century author, Thomas Pestel.

Behold the great Creator makes
Himself a house of clay,
a robe of virgin flesh he takes
which he will wear today.

Hark, how the wise eternal Word,
like a an infant cries!
In form of servant now the Lord,
our God in cradle lies.

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People Look East (An Advent Carol)

SATB div. with piano 4-hands

An exciting arrangement of this favorite carol. People Look East features a  4-hand piano accompaniment and rhythmically playful choral writing.
 
Published by Hinshaw Music
 
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.W. Pepper Sheet Music
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It Is Everywhere

SATB div. with piano and percussion

This is a setting of a beautiful and encouraging poem by London poet, Remi Graves.

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River Rock Music

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Born Tonight

SATB div with piano

A musical celebration featuring lots of exciting rhythmic variation and a challenging piano part.

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Jubilate Deo

SATB div with piano

A musical celebration featuring lots of exciting rhythmic variation and a challenging piano part.

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Captain of My Soul

SATB and piano

The poetry by  William Ernest Hanly is about courage in the face of life's challenges.

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River Rock Music

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If I Can Sing

SATB with piano

Poetry by Sara Teasdale.
 

From my spirit’s gray defeat,    
From my pulse’s flagging beat,    
From my hopes that turned to sand    
Sifting through my close-clenched hand,    
From my own fault’s slavery,
If I can sing, I still am free.    
 
For with my singing I can make    
A refuge for my spirit’s sake,    
A house of shining words, to be    
My fragile immortality.

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River Rock Music

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A Noiseless, Patient Spider
SSATB a cappella

Poetry by Walt Whitman.
 
As he observes the efforts of a spider to spin its web, Whitman comments on the theme of isolation and our need to find belonging in the universe and to secure an anchor for the soul.

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