for SATB unaccompanied
Debra Scroggins' setting of a poem by William Blake is both stunning and gentle. The tight harmonies offer a lush and flowing soundscape that conveys warmth and tenderness perfectly suited to the text, 'Little lamb, dost thou know who made thee?'. The choral lines are accessible yet sophisticated, and the work is suitable for performance in churches and schools.
Debra Scroggins lives and works in the Dallas, Texas area. Professional and community choirs as well as musicians in many schools and churches have performed her varied compositions. She received her music degree from Washburn University in Topeka, Kansas and during her college years began a teaching career that has spanned over thirty years. Also a professional mezzo-soprano soloist, she has performed throughout the United States, in South America and in Europe and continues to enjoy a busy career as a soloist and professional chorister in addition to teaching and composing.