Choral Sheet Music

Several of my choral works for SAB, SATB and keyboard are finally available for purchase. Check them out on my Recordings Page!

We Gather Here

This anthem was written to celebrate the 144th anniversary of Christ Lutheran Church in Union Square, NYC. Music and Lyrics by Micah Young. Sung by the Young Family: David, Nancy, Adam, Molly and Micah. Micah Young, piano

Holy Is He

A choral piece perfect for a church choir: there is an opportunity for a soloist with a choral response. Based on Psalm 99, “Holy Is He” is a solo, choral response. Music and Lyrics by Micah Young. Sung by the Young Family: Molly Young, solo, David, Nancy, Adam, and Micah. Micah Young, piano.

Child Of God

I spent an afternoon this week with my family of singers and we recorded four new choral anthems. This is Child of God. Enjoy!

Morning Song

Thrilled to have a new song recorded with the incredible Jill Paice! We got together recently to record this song; its from a show, Lady of the House, about a housewife who yearns for more in her life. In this opening song she wakes up from a wonderful dream filled with color, only to see her world is in black and white.

You Were Always Welcome To Stay

When I was recording with Matt Leisy on songs from “The Story of Bea and Ben,” I was excited to get another song recorded. “You Were Always Welcome To Stay” is a stand-alone song about a person missing a friend over the holidays. They always used to walk together once a year, and this person hasn’t seen his friend in some time. Matt did an incredible job on this song.

So Many Men

Here is a song for Lily, Bea’s younger cousin. In the show, “The Story of Bea and Ben,” Lily enters the party determined to appear sophisticated and in control, only to realize how unsure she is about men. Check out more about the show on my projects page. Enjoy!

A Fun Duet

“Here We Are/So Many Men” is a duet between our secondary couple, Lily and George. Unlike their older counterparts, Bea and Ben, this couple is young and naive. They meet for the first time in this scene on New Year’s Eve 1919, equally awkward and excited.