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Maykalilly Music

Hi!  I have been writing music now for about thirty years and, as I am about to retire, decided to look into publishing some of it.  I started a company, Maykalilly Music (name made up of letters from the names of my wife, daughters-in -law and granddaughter)   These titles are available on MyScore at JW Pepper.  You can hear these choral pieces sung by a vocal synthesizer, but be warned; it sounds really strange, though rhythm and intonation are deadly accurate.   I think its worth a look just to hear the computer sing. Click the link below to go to the Maykalilly MyScore catalog page.
 
 
The choral compositions available are:
Lord, The Mountains Sing Your Glory.  SATB and piano.  Each voice has a different unison part and then all four parts are joined together in four-part acapella harmony.
The Day That Jesus Died.  SAB and piano.  A true Good Friday anthem that talks about what happened on Good Friday without jumping ahead to the Easter.  The melody is from,  “Twas in the Moon of Wintertime.”
Who Is Like You, Lord?  Psalm 113 for SAB and Piano. "Who is like you, Lord? You are enthroned in heav'n above and yet you stoop to us in love, grace to us accord. Who is like you, Lord?" 
Jesus Love Me (Railroad Version). Speaking Choir. "Jesus Loves Me for a speaking choir with a few sound effects in a "railroad" style, inspired by "Rock Island" from the opening of the musical, "The Music Man" by Meredith Evans.
The Final Day of School. SATB and piano. A fun piece for school choir.  Each part has a verse and there is a final acapella verse in four-part harmony. It was the last day of school. There was singing in the classrooms, laughter in the cafeteria and dancing in the hallways.  And the students were happy too!”
 
Hope you enjoy them!
Rob Kemppainen
Maykalilly Music LLC
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