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From: Nancy Brunson
On: October 27, 2014 @11:05 am
Nancy, Thank you for your beautiful music which I featured on my Girl Powerâ„¢ segment this morning on WRR Classical 101.
From: Deanna
On: August 27, 2013 @10:54 am
I heard the Salt Lake Vocal Artists sing When you wish upon a star - an arrangement of yours and was wondering if it was published and available for sale. Really a lovely work! Thanks in advance. Deanna UW Baraboo/Sauk County
From: Tammara Madeja
On: August 06, 2013 @12:18 pm
Hello- I just listened to a wonderful recording of "When You Wish Upon A Star" arranged by Ms. Wertsch. Is it available for purchase? Thank you. Tammara Madeja, Director Potsdam Community Chorus The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam
From: Clifford King
On: June 16, 2011 @03:05 am
Salt Lake Vocal Artists are beyond excited to bring "Hail Holy Light" to the World Choral Symposium in Argentina this summer! What an incredible piece! Thank you so much, we are honored to present it!
From: Sandra K Davis
On: September 27, 2010 @01:46 pm
So glad to see your website! You were always SO talented. I graduated with you from OHS. Sister had her 50th reunion and Fred Leist was there this year, in his 90's now and still as handsame as ever! Absolutely love your musical works....keep um comin!! Love!
From: Heather Patterson
On: May 13, 2010 @07:23 pm
Dear Ms. Wertsch, I just wanted to let you know that I recently discovered your magnificent work "Blessed Assurance" - the one for SSAATTBB and soprano solo. A dear friend of mine asked me to sing the solo with his (quite talented) church choir, and I said yes before I'd even seen it, knowing that he always prepares great repertoire. After singing through it, I am SO excited to perform it during the worship service this Sunday. It's beautifully arranged and sits in THE spot for my voice to shine (a bit higher than most church music, I might add). I know the congregation will be truly moved. Thank you for your beautiful rendition of this most special of hymns!
From: Donnie Wilson
On: April 20, 2009 @06:20 pm
During this past week, I have been thinking of this song, Jesus Walked this Lonesome Valley, but couldn't remember all the words. A friend encouraged me to google it which I did. There are any number of renditions on the Internet, but this one by Nancy Wertsch is the most beautiful of all. Thanks
From: Blake Ragghianti
On: April 04, 2009 @09:39 pm
Brilliant work!
From: Jeanette Miller
On: January 03, 2009 @10:00 pm
Hi, Nancy, Lovely to find your website,and see all that you are still doing. You can add that your Amazing Grace was heard in Adelaide, South Australia [2004] and the Song of Solomon [Rise up my love, and come away] heard - ss a duet, I confess - in NZ in 2005. Even Down Under, people have heard of you!
From: Kristine Klose-O'Hagan
On: July 19, 2007 @09:16 am
Well done on your website...I just came back from New York and was thinking of you. Hope all is well with you, and please keep in touch. Guy Klose will be writing you shortly. Best regards, Krissie
From: michael biondi
On: July 11, 2007 @06:22 am
hello nancy, what a great web site! i'll echo what ruth nolan (below) said: congratulations! (you may remember me from ten -- twelve? --or more years ago -- you very graciously and wonderfully sang the first of my "Lyric Movements" for mezzo, viola and piano over at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music -- text was a Keats sonnet) In submitting something to Kent Tritle last year, I came across your name and thought i'd send a message. best of luck and again, the web site is very impressive. Congrats! best wishes, michael biondi
From: Jon Szabo
On: April 09, 2007 @07:46 am
Hi, Nancy! Maybe Chris told you about the accidental email I sent to him, and he told me about your website...sounds like you guys are fine. All the best-Jon
From: Ruth G. Nolan
On: December 09, 2006 @11:17 am
The new website is FANTASTIC!!! Congratulations!!!! Cheers, Ruth

"...With Peace In Mind"




Sample Tracks

NEW! Summer 2014


The Beatitudes SATB, organ


O Nata Lux SATB, a cappella


Songs of the Spirit  Four SATB a cappella settings of poems by William Blake.

Music When Soft Voices Die Two-part treble duet with piano accompaniment, poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley.

Londonderry Air, arranged for organ solo.