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Summer Choral Sale – 15% OFF Selected Titles!

Subito Music is partnering with Chorus America this summer by highlighting several of our new and favorite choral works — all discounted at15% OFF for the months of June and July!

View the complete list of discounted choral works below

Remember — this special offer is valid now through July 31!


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Nancy Galbraith

Nancy Galbraith has been composing music since the late 1970’s, creating instrumental and vocal sound praised for its rich harmonic texture, rhythmic vitality, emotional and spiritual depth, and wide range of expression. With major contributions to the repertoires of concert choirs, along with symphony orchestras, wind ensembles, and chamber ensembles, Galbraith plays a leading role in defining the sound of contemporary classical music. Professor of Composition at Carnegie Mellon University, Nancy Galbraith’s choral catalog includes over 20 titles which have been premiered and performed by outstanding church choirs and choral ensembles throughout the country.



Michael Abels

Michael Abels has been described as a composer with a gift for“[juxtaposing] elements unleashed in an irresistible display of orchestral color” (Cleveland Plain Dealer), who possesses a “keen ear and a deftability to adapt structural elements from popular music into the symphonic idiom,” (Houston Chronicle). Primarily a composer of largeforms, including his much-admired piece Global Warming, Abels has also applied his skillful compositional approach to almost 20 choral works.





Dainel Gawthrop

The recipient of over one hundred commissions to write original music,Daniel Gawthrop has been commissioned by dozens of institutions, including the American Choral Directors Association through their prestigious Raymond Brock Memorial series. His choral pieces have been performed and recorded by such eminent ensembles as The United States Air Force Singing Sergeants, the Gregg Smith Singers, the Turtle Creek Chorale, the Paul Hill Chorale, the American Boychoir, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, the Cathedral Choral Society (of Washington National Cathedral) and literally hundreds of other groups in the U.S. and abroad.



Roberto Sierra

For more than three decades the works of American composer Roberto Sierra have been part of the repertoire of many of the leading orchestras, ensembles and festivals in the USA and Europe. Sierra’s numerous commissions include works for many of the major American and European orchestras.  In 2003 he was awarded the Academy Award in Music by the American Academy of Arts and Letters and at the inaugural concert of the 2002 world renowned Proms in London, hisFandangos was performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra in a concert that was broadcast by both the BBC Radio and Television throughout the UK and Europe.





James Lee III

James Lee III’s artistic goal is to compose music to reach to the inner soul of the listener that elevates them irregardless of race and religious affiliation. Lee was born in St. Joseph, Michigan and completed a bachelor’s degree in piano, and a masters and doctorate degree in composition from the University of Michigan. In October 2006, Leonard Slatkin and the National Symphony Orchestra premiered “Beyond Rivers of Vision” in the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. Dr. Lee’s trio “Into Sonic Horizons” was premiered at Morgan State University in February 2007, during a faculty recital that was greeted with success.

Paul Moravec

Paul Moravec, winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize in Music, has composed over one hundred orchestral, chamber, choral, lyric, film, and electro-acoustic compositions. Frequently commissioned by notable ensemblesand major music institutions throughout the United States, Moravec’smusic has been described as “tuneful, ebullient and wonderfully energetic” (San Francisco Chronicle), “riveting and fascinating” (NPR),and “assured, virtuosic” (Wall Street Journal). Moravec is currently University Professor at Adelphi University, a position unique in theinstitution.





Zimbel Press Composers

Distributed exclusively by Subito Music, Zimbel Press is a publisher of contemporary classical music, with a focus on music for the church. Zimbel’s primary offerings are in the areas of organ music, choral music, large-scale choral works, and congregational songs (hymns).






Kenneth Frazelle

The career of composer and native North Carolinian Kenneth Frazelleshows the constant flow of a curious mind at work. His aesthetic inquiry has led to a rich and varied body of work encompassing the complex and non-tonal approach of his earliest creations, multi-disciplinary events, contemporary use of folk materials, and an idiosyncratic perspective on the classical forms of the past. These works have been commissioned by such notable performers as Yo-Yo Ma, Dawn Upshaw and Paula Robison. Frazelle has been honored by the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and he is the winner of the 2001 Barlow Prize.





Dan Locklair

A prolific composer influenced by a wide variety of traditions, Dan Locklair‘s choral works have been premiered and performed by outstanding church choirs and choral ensembles throughout North America, including the St. Thomas Choir, Bruton Parish Church, Bel Canto Singers, Choral Art Society, Gregg Smith Singers, Montreal Boys’ Choir, South Bend Chamber Singers, Virginia Chorale and Symphony. He has been commissioned by the Association of Anglican Musicians and the American Guild of Organists, among many others. His honors include consecutive ASCAP awards, a Kennedy Center-Friedheim award; two North Carolina Composer Fellowship awards, and the top prize from the Barlow International Competition.




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