As the founder and artistic director of Melodious Accord, Inc., Alice Parker superivises a busy schedule of educational activities, recording and concerts. She is well-known for her musical arrangements for the Robert Shaw Chorale, and has composed a wide variety of musical compositions. Her music is frequently heard, and well-received, at conferences and conventions.
Parker was honored at the 2000 American Guild of Organists Convention in Seattle as a Distinguished Composer, an honor bestowed to a different composer every two years to increase awareness of outstanding composers in the U.S. writing for the organ and choral fields. In 1998, Selah published her anthem, Sorrow and Gladness..
Parker is a graduate of the Juilliard School, in New York City, and Smith College. She now resides in western Massachusetts.
Centering (Alice Parker, SATB, 410-612, Mod. diff.)
Come, Let Us Join (Alice Parker, SATB, organ, opt. cong., 425-856, Mod. diff.)
The Day Begins and Ends (Alice Parker, SATB, organ, 410-692, Mod. diff.)
An Easter Triptych
---I. He Is Alive (Alice Parker, SATB, organ, 405-512, Mod. diff.)
---II. Unto Me? (Alice Parker, SATB, organ, 405-513, Mod. diff.)
---III. While It Is Alive (Alice Parker, SATB, organ, 405-514, Mod. diff.)
How Lovely Is Your Dwelling (Schütz/Parker, SATB, 410-858, Mod. easy)
I Praise You, Lord (Schütz/Parker, SATB, 410-857, Mod. difficult)
Love Is of God (Parker, SATB and organ, 410-696, Mod. diff.)
Praise Ye the Lord (Schütz/Parker, SATB, 410-859, Mod. difficult)
Prayer of St. Francis (Parker, Double SATB choir, 410-630, Mod. Diff.)
New! Rabbi, Weave Your Net of Words (Alice Parker, SATB, kybd., 410-694, Mod. diff.)
Sorrow and Gladness (Parker, SATB, 410-679, Mod. diff.)
Wayfaring Stranger (Parker, SATB a capella, mezzo-soprano solo, 420-796, Mod. diff.)