|Ruth Elaine Schram conducting|
Clips of choral music provided courtesy of BriLee publishers and Ruth Elaine Schram. They include
Song of the Open Road (opening song)
In a Gadda Da Vida
All for a Baby (not the song mentioned, but a similar Christmas song)
Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind (words by Shakespeare)
I love this piece! It's so simple, easy to play, and the lyrics are the star. What an inspiring piece of music.
Stopping by the Woods on a Snowy Evening, my arrangement (not available in print or mp3, clip at )
Youtube performance of Walk In Jerusalem, a Rollo Dillworth song with a tough and rockin' piano part
How Can I Keep From Singing (end credits)
Ruthie began piano and theory lessons at the age of five. She studied music at Lancaster Bible College and Millersville State College and taught Elementary Music in Pennsylvania for several years. She now lives in Birmingham, Alabama with her husband, Scott Schram (his site, not music related), and they have two grown daughters, Crystie and Celsie.
Her current published works, with audio excerpts and select pages of the scores, are listed on her web site: choralmusic.com