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Kelman Hall Publishing began in 1998 when Bill Labron, Lynn McRuer and Peter Nikiforuk came together to publish affordable, good quality repertoire written by Canadian composers. It expanded that mandate when folks outside Canada submitted compositions to the company.
All of the publications are available by emailing Lynn McRuer at firstname.lastname@example.org or your local retailer. To obtain workshop copies or to purchase perusal copies, please contact Lynn.
New titles for 2015: Jeff Enn's Be Thou My Vision and Stephanie Martin's They Will Pass through the Land. Please email if you would like a free reference copy.
New titles for 2014 : All Things Bright and Beautiful (Ian W Bevell), useful for church or concert, SATB, written for the Cambridge Kiwanis Boys' Choir and their founding director, Jim Kropf, 14/2089; click here to view sample pages.
Ring out, wild bells (Stephanie Martin), challenging SATB composition, written for the Menno Singers of Kitchener-Waterloo, text from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's 'In Memoriam', 14/2085; click here to view sample pages.
Gloria! (Tobin Stokes), honourable mention in DaCapo Chamber Choir's 2012 NewWorks choral composition competition, 8 parts, mixed meter and challenging rhythms, 14/2086; click here to view sample pages.
Sacred Feast (Winnagene Hatch), a communion anthem for Sunday worship services, SATB and solo voice, 14/2088; click here to view sample pages.
Like the stars in the sky (Joanne Bender), based on scripture verses from Genesis, SATB with optional C instrument, written for Erb Street Mennonite Church, 14/2087; click here to view sample pages.
Irish Blessing (Jared Tomlinson), an SAB setting of this familiar text, suitable for changing voices in school, but adaptable to the SATB church choir as well, 14/2084; click here to view sample pages.