...a unique voice in choral and instrumental music...
Jeffrey Cobb is an active conductor and a regularly commissioned composer. His pieces have won several awards including honors from the Ithaca Choir Composition Contest, the New York Virtuoso Singers Choral Composition Contest, the Measure for Measure Choral Competition Contest, the Vanguard Premieres Choral Composition Contest, the Summit Chorale’s Composition Contest, the Outside the Bachs International Choral Music Competition, the C7Prize, and the Composition Competition of the Chiayi City (Taiwan) International Band Festival. Jeffrey’s arrangements and... (more)
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Go Down, Moses (SATB)
Your new favorite closer! An exciting setting of "Go Down, Moses" paired with "I've Been in the Storm So Long." This piece has it all: thick harmonies, swinging piano accompaniment, guy's section and girl's section, claps and stomps, and an ending that will blow the roof off and have your audience on their feet! (Also available for TTBB ensembles.)
An Awful Tempest (SA)
"An Awful Tempest" will cast its spell over your choir, turning your singers into a coven of plotting witches. This exciting setting of the Emily Dickinson text will thrill and delight singers and audiences alike. Complete with cackles, screeches and sound effects, the musical cauldron is stirred and heated until it bubbles over with excitement!
I Runga O Ngā Puke - The Water Is Wide (SAB)
A beautiful ballad from one of New Zealand’s most popular, and prolific composers, Paraire Tomoana. Paired with the timeless Scottish folk song “The Water is Wide,” this accessible arrangement is perfect for your beginning or intermediate ensemble. The arrangement also includes exhaustive notes on pronunciation and directions for movements to make for a more authentic performance.
Roll, Jordan, Roll (SATB)
Roll, Jordan, Roll! And your singers will, in this fun and "rocking" arrangement of a traditional Spiritual. This piece is perfect for your school group, or for your church choir. Complete with a boogie-woogie piano part, and a "shout" breakdown section, this number will have your audience (or your congregation) on its feet!
Quia Ecce Impii (SATB)
An exciting, and accessible, piece for your advanced junior high or beginning high school mixed-choir, with a powerful piano accompaniment. Using simple four-measure motifs, one for each voice part, the repeated phrases build to an exciting climax - a quick learn and big payoff!