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Andrew Adams has been music director of numerous churches and temples in the New York and Los Angeles metropolitan areas. He began composing and arranging traditional liturgical music for Manhattan’s Church of St. Mary the Virgin and Park Avenue Christian Church. As founder of Denver’s Orpheus Pagan Chamber Choir, his work has broadened to include folksong settings and original choral works of a less traditional nature, as he and the choir explores the pagan in both traditional choral music and the emerging pagan choral repertoire. He maintains a private voice studio in Denver. As a professional singer, he has appeared with in opera, concert & recital in the US, Italy, and Germany. With the Westminster Choir, he performed frequently with many of the major orchestras and conductors of the world. Mr. Adams holds two graduate degrees from Westminster Choir College in Princeton, NJ.
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3033
SATB & piano
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Rousing rendition of a song by Gwydion Pendderwen, a key figure of the resurgent Pagan movement. 4m 45s see ithear a recording
Music: Gwydion Pendderwen arr. Andrew Adams. Words: Gwydion Pendderwen.
D
3041
SATB, piano
**
A delightfully mimsy and galumphing setting of Lewis Carroll's famous poem. 3m 30s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Andrew Adams. Words: Lewis Carroll.
D
4060
SATB, optional piano
**
A rousing carol for a midwinter concert. Also available for TB. 1m 45s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Trad. arr. Andrew Adams. Words: William Morris (1834 – 1896).
B
4061
TB, optional piano
**
A rousing carol for a midwinter concert. Also available for SATB. 1m 45s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Trad. arr. Andrew Adams. Words: William Morris (1834 – 1896).
B
4062
SATB, optional piano
**
A rousing pagan carol for a mid-winter concert, welcoming Odin (the Wanderer, or All-Father) to the feast. Created by the director of the Orpheus pagan choir in Colorado. Also available for TB. 1m 45s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Trad. arr. Andrew Adams. Words: Andrew Adams.
B
4063
TB, optional piano
**
A rousing pagan carol for a mid-winter concert, welcoming Odin (the Wanderer, or All-Father) to the feast. Created by the director of the Orpheus pagan choir in Colorado. Also available for SATB. 1m 45s see ithear a MIDI rendering
Music: Trad. arr. Andrew Adams. Words: Andrew Adams.
B
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