With a twist of Brahms' Lullaby and Wagner's Bridal Chorus, this clever arrangement of an English folk song makes a lighthearted encore number - lots of fun for concert or community
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Jay's particularly folky accompaniment features a jaunty piano with optional bass and percussion (available free at alfred.com/choralparts). Fully arranged with new harmonic and rhythmic content on each
This delightfully captivating arrangement of the popular American folksong standard features sensitive chord voicings and independent vocal nuances that create an intimate musical experience. It is equally
Hand claps, knee slaps, foot stomps, and rhythmic vocal speech make this a must-do folk song arrangement for mixed, three-part, and male choirs. Full of quick-witted humor and down-home hillbilly fun, it's
Only Mark Hayes could write such an enthralling arrangement of this timeless Irish air. Scored for voices, piano, flute, and optional percussion, it features a shimmering accompaniment and a flute obbligato
Simply stunning. A gently flowing accompaniment beautifully complements the transparent choral texture, and an extended coda provides the perfect close to this Appalachian-inspired arrangement. Unlike
This a cappella choral classic is now more accessible to a larger ensemble while still preserving the endearing elements of the original. Considered one of the most beautiful melodies in the world, this
Combining Simple Gifts and the Going Home theme from Dvorak's "New World" symphony in partner-song format, this is easy to perform with a minimum of rehearsal. A favorite with two-part
The energy of this Kentucky folksong accompanied by piano four hands will bring vitality to your concert through a spirit of spontaneity and joy. Variations of rhythm and texture propel the music forward
Known as Dublin's unofficial anthem, this Irish tune is bright and energetic and captures the warm and generous spirit of the Irish people. Like so many Irish folk songs, it tells an endearing story, one
Camptown Races; Some Folks; Jeanie with the Light Brown Hair; Ring, Ring, de Banjo! and Oh! Susanna make a captivating four-minute medley. It's the perfect way to celebrate the genius of
This a cappella arrangement of a 17th-century Irish melody has a warm, encouraging feeling that makes it appropriate for graduation. "O give me your hand, walk ahead now with me. Together we'll set out for
Look yonder comin'! Whether you use the playable fiddle part, let your soloist ad lib, or use the professionally recorded ShowTrax CD, your audience will love this Americana favorite that will bring down
"So fill to me the parting glass. Good night and joy be with you all." Opening with a male solo, this setting of a traditional Celtic song makes a wonderful closer or encore number. Enhance the Celtic feel
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Want a fresh folk song that doesn't sound like an old folk song? This is it! Words inspired by, and borrowed from, traditional American folk songs are set to sprightly new music, resulting in a
Now a cappella choirs can sing the popular American folk song in this beautiful, expressive arrangement. It's faithful to the deep feeling of the original, with rich dynamics and some fresh harmonic touches
A favorite American folk classic comes alive in this musically satisfying arrangement suitable for choral ensembles of varying sizes and levels. Sensitive a cappella choral writing with traditional
This popular spiritual sings of a plaintive soul on the journey through life. Now available for SATB, this best-selling arrangement has been beautifully set with striking vocal writing, a haunting piano
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