Christmas Festival at St. Olaf College

This weekend marks the 103rd Annual Christmas Festival at St. Olaf College. Over the last ten years, many pieces from our library have been premiered at the Christmas Festival--including this year! The St. Olaf Chapel Choir will sing Christopher Aspaas' newest work: a setting of text by Samuel Longfellow, 'Tis Winter. In celebration, Aspen Hill Music is having a Christmas Festival sale! We...


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This timeless tune and powerful text of "How Can I Keep from Singing?" is reset for smaller ensembles. Some minor changes in melody and a beautiful new piano accompaniment provide a strong base for some more accessible voice leading and a more moderate range. Head on over to the New Classics page and download the perusal score of this new arrangement.


On Sunday, October 6th at the annual Family Weekend Concert 3:30pm in Skoglund Center on the campus of St. Olaf College, the Manitou Singers, under the direction of Sigrid Johnson, premiered Spirit of Life for women's choir and piano. The text, a prayer by J. Raymond Cope, speaks to the power within each of us: "...in each of us, the welling ache of life; the being and the becoming; the...

Chorister Guild

Our 2-part mixed arrangement of The King of Love and Grace was selected by Anton Armstrong to be included in the Dallas Church Music Workshop, sponsored by the Dallas Chapter of Choristers Guild on January 17-18.  You can check out the perusal score sooner by heading over to our New Classics page.