Songs not acknowledged below that are performed by twc in concerts and appearances, are in eminent domain as either anonymous, liturgical, traditional, etc.
twc thanks the songwriters of these Spring Concert 2013 songs.
|Music: I.B. Woodbury
Words: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
|Stars of the Summer Night|
|Music: Sue Durant
Words: Chinese proverb
|When There Is Light|
twc thanks the songwriters of these Spring Concert 2012 songs.
|Kate Munger w/text by Gloria Steinem||Say Yes to Peace|
|Kristin Lems||We Are Stars/Anach Nu|
|Melanie DeMore||I Am Sending You Light|
|Joanne Hammil||Happy Birthday Round|
|Joanne Hammil||A Question of Tempo|
|Sue Ribando||Together In Song|
|Lisa Thiel||There Is a Goddess Dancing|
|Starhawk / Reclaiming Collective||Isis, Astarte|
|Dinah Reindorf (song originated in Ghana)||Kyrie Eleison|
twc thanks the songwriters of these Fall Concert 2011 songs.
|Bernard Krainis||Happy Birthday Round|
|Michael & Maloch Stillwater w/text by Shira Belford||The Heart of Love|
|Paramahansa Yogananda||Listen, Listen, Listen|
|Kristopher Eric Lindquist||May All Beings Be Happy|
|Liz Phillips||Morning Child|
|Kate Munger & Karen Drucker||So Many Angels|
|Terry Cash||Sure As the Wind|
|Becky Reardon||The Tarantulas and Winter Solstice Round|
|Karen Beth||Full Moonlight Dance|
twc thanks the songwriters of these Spring Concert 2011 songs.
|Beth Nielsen Chapman||There's a Light|
|Terry Dash||Sure As the Wind|
|Joanne Hammil||Out Beyond|
|Kate Munger||My Grandmother's Shawl|
|Malia A.K. Rogers||Goodnight Hawaiian Moon|
twc thanks the songwriters of these Fall Concert 2010 songs.
|Amber Gaia||Angel Eyes|
|Becky Reardon||Don't Give Up|
|Joelle Adlerblum||Chocoholic Round|
|Liz Phillips||Color My Heart|
|Nancy Vedder-Shults||Rise Up and Call Her Name|
|Sarah Stockwell Arthen||Now the Darkest Time of Winter|
|Terry Dash||Sure As the Wind|
|Velma Frye||The Truth|
twc thanks the songwriters of these Spring Concert 2010 songs.
|Velma Frye||All Through the Night (arrangment)|
|Velma Frye & Candy Butler||Let Go and Move|
|Velma Frye & Macrina Wiederkehr||What Is|
|Linda Hirschhorn||Sim Shalom|
|Scott Kalechstein||Lift Our Hearts|
|Liz Phillips||Sunlight, Starlight|
|Pete Seeger||If It Can't Be Reduced|
|Ted Warmbrand||Don't Make Her Mad|
|Nancy Vedder-Shults||Yemaya (arrangement)|
Joanne Hammil is a songwriter, performer, educator, community choral director, and passionate rounds composer. She directs the Greater Boston Intergenerational Chorus and two community children's choruses, and presents dynamic concerts and workshops for adults, families, and music educators across the country. Her songs have been performed and recorded by many artists, have been widely published, and her rounds have become exciting standards in books, harmony circles and choir repertoires.
The Sing Out! review of her Rounds & Partner Songs begins "Extraordinary is the only term for this most enjoyable two-CD and two-book collection!" Joanne's two recordings of her original children's songs, Pizza Boogie and The World's Gonna Listen!, and her adult songs continue to receive the highest acclaim.
Becky Reardon's voice is familiar to the millions of people who heard her singing on the Charlie Brown TV specials in the 1970's and '80's. She appeared with George C. Scott and The Fifth Dimension in an NBCTV celebration of the 100th anniversary of the national parks, and she was a regular performer at acoustic venues in the San Francisco Bay Area, as well as a studio singer for many national TV and radio commercials.
When not singing other people's songs, Ted Warmbrand has been making up his own for a long time. They address issues big and small. He says
This song was made up one morning
it was my wife's inspiration
and I followed it to wherever it would lead.
Some say the woman mentioned in the song is Mama Earth.
You make up your mind...
If I step back to allow an overview of my work, what I see is that I want to Awaken a Creative Vision. I want to inspire new ways of seeing and hearing so that together we can transform the false polarities of our culture and create a more holistic and compassionate understanding of the world. I want to awaken a creative vision that connects and reconnects us to the earth, to each other and to the many ways of knowing ourselves and our Mother Gaia.