Expand
  • Find us on Facebook
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Follow us on Instagram
  • View Our YouTube Channel
  • Listen on Spotify
  • View our scores on nkoda

Customer Reviews

"I was privileged to be in the audience at the premiere of Beth P. McCoy's "Ave Maria." It is truly a beautiful and exciting work. "
Rating: 5/5  10/24/2010 By: Evelyn Pursley-Kopitzke

"A beautiful, moving piece. A great piece to bring two groups together!"

"She is a gifted and industrious composer."
Rating: 5/5  10/24/2010

"Superb music! Worshipful, melodic, excellent voicing. Recommend it highly."
Rating: 5/5  10/24/2010

"We heard this piece performed by the Highlands Youth Ensemble and it was absolutely beautiful!!"
Rating: 5/5  10/25/2010

"Only Natalie Sleeth and few other choral composers have found effective ways to teach important Latin texts easily and musically. This "Ave Maria" teaches the prayer to children's choirs by having them echo the soprano soloist in a very musical way. Everyone has an opportunity to shine in this setting. For a piece that is basically in C Major, its ending in A Major is a marvelous surprise."
By: Megan

"Everything BP McCoy writes has a beautiful, lyric quality. With this "Ave Maria" she makes a timeless text accessible to young performers in setting that inspires and elevates. "
Rating: 5/5  11/10/2010 By: Robert Campbelle

"I was honored to sing this piece with MECCA a few years ago. It is gorgeous, and truly shows off Mrs. McCoy's true talent as a composer and musician. I would recommend it to any fairly advanced choir. It is appropriate for church or concerts."
Rating: 5/5  11/10/2010 By: Taylor Moorefield

"This composition is truly beautiful- a very different version of a familiar favorite. It really highlights the soprano soloist's voice and is an easy way to introduce an important Latin text to children because they echo other voices throughout. Highly recommended!"
Rating: 5/5  12/16/2010 By: Jana Dreyzehner

"This wonderful work has inspired me. Working two groups together, one older and one younger, gives the feeling of a lighted atmosphere. The soprano solo featured throughout the song is beautiful. This song brings a new light to a a familiar song with the composer's own interpretation. Highly recommended for a mixed voice choir! "
Rating: 5/5  1/21/2011 By: Catherine Raible


Tell us what you think
Stay updated on the latest composer news and publications