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Featured Sheet Music

The following sheet music of Michael John Trotta are among the most popular and bestselling titles.

Here’s what people are saying about the sheet music of composer Michael John Trotta.

“tender harmonies and a palette of glowing vocal and instrumental colors . . . rapturous” – Gramophone

effectively carries out that dialogue between the ancient Latin chant and the modern listener – Choral Journal

“a work solidly grounded in tradition, yet incorporates a musical language that, in George Gershwin’s words, ‘informs the thoughts and aspirations of the people and the time.’” – Robert Rawlins – The Choral Scholar

“weaves rich harmonies and memorable melodic lines into delightful tapestries of sound” Barnaby Hughes – Stage and Cinema

“inspired and deeply stirring, and the entire listening experience is a rich and vivid one” Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold – Fanfare Magazine

“elegant, singable music with a strong spiritual heft.” Brian Morton – Choir and Organ Magazine

Dies Irae (from Requiem)

Dies Irae thrillingingly contrasts driving rhythms with beautiful legato singing, while still remaining accessible. A perfect way to showcase your choir. Suitable for liturgical use during Holy Week, general use, or in a concert setting. “Where there is charity and love, God is there.”

Ubi Caritas

Ubi Caritas features simple part singing, conservative ranges, and straightforward rhythms to create a tapestry of sound for the solo chant line which may be sung by a soloist, performed by solo organ stop, or a C instrument. Suitable for liturgical use during Holy Week, general use, or in a concert setting. “Where there is charity and love, God is there.”

You Are My Refuge

You Are My Refuge - Virtual Choir - This stunningly expressive 3-minute a cappella work was commissioned for high school choir programs forced to cancel concerts due to the Coronavirus outbreak. Inspiring and reflective, the rich harmonies capture a sense of both poignancy and hope.

Ecce Ancilla

A simple prayer of a servant, this a cappella work masterfully captures Mary's response to the angel Gabriel. It can be performed with or without piano accompaniment and in English or Latin at the discretion of the conductor.

O Magnum Mysterium

O Magnum Mysterium. A highly expressive, new a cappella setting of this traditional Christmas text. Carefully prepared dissonances and judicious use of close harmonies thoughtfully paint the text.

Set Me As a Seal

Elegant simplicity is the hallmark of this stunning setting of a favorite text, "for love is as strong as death."