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O Nata Lux

O nata lux de lumine, Jesu redemptor saeculi, Dignare clemens supplicum Laudes precesque sumere.

Surge Illuminare

Surge Illuminare Surge, illuminare, Jerusalem, quia venit lumen tuum, et gloria Domini super te orta est. Quia ecce tenebrae operient terram et caligo populos. Super te autem orietur Dominus et gloria eius in te videbitur. Arise, shine O Jerusalem;

The Dreamer

The Dreamer - This energetic setting of the poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar depicts the joy of seeing your dreams become a reality. With powerful vocal lines and a stirring piano accompaniment, this work captures the joy of the creative spirit. Poignant and memorable, an excellent choice for contest, concert, or graduation.

Lux Aeterna (from “Requiem”)

Lux Aeterna - This stunning a cappella work is carefully crafted to bring it well within reach for many choirs. A wonderfully lush and sonorous tonal palette is sprinkled with moments of prepared dissonance and close harmonies. The middle section quotes the “Requiem” chant tune. A perfect contrasting pairing with Trotta’s rhythmic and popular “Dies Irae.” Excerpted from Requiem,  the major work for choir and orchestra, currently in progress.

O Blest Creator of the Light

O Blest Creator of the Light - This elegant hymn is filled with expressive suspensions and close harmonies that your choir will love. Clean lines and stepwise voice leading make it quick to learn with plenty of time to work on the dynamics and phrasing.

Let Your Fire Guide You

Let Your Fire Guide You Surge, illuminare, Jerusalem, quia venit lumen tuum, et gloria Domini super te orta est. Quia ecce tenebrae operient terram et caligo populos. Super te autem orietur Dominus et gloria eius in te videbitur. Arise, shine O Jerusalem;