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An excellent introduction to singing in Latin, this jubilant, buoyant setting of the traditional text is perfect for young treble choirs. It will be easily learned and very impressive in performance!
Charles Gounod's beloved Ave Maria, based on a prelude from J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, is now available for developing choirs! The melody passes through all the voice parts,
Two Latin words alternate with a predominantly English text and complement the flowing melody. Near the end, a small group descant adds a third line to the partner song format. Perfectly suited for treble
Add some flourish to your next concert by programming this jubilant original featuring a macaronic text of Latin and English. Some accessible mixed meter adventures are sprinkled throughout this dynamic
Tuneful legato lines and an original text in alternating Latin and English make this a lovely way to introduce your students to the music of J.S. Bach. Contrasting melodies pair at the end to form a partner
The opening musical number from the Disney animated feature "Frozen," this song is inspired by indigenous Saami and Norwegian culture, a combination of Saami yoiking and the Danish Christmas hymn Dejlig
An energetic pulse and percussive hand claps fuel the crisp energy in Lightfoot's exciting setting of the familiar Latin text. This work, including a pronunciation and translation guide, is an ideal choice
This uplifting setting of a traditional Latin text will make the perfect opening statement on your next concert. Extended repetition helps to ease the learning process while saving rehearsal time.
Victor Johnson carefully and sensitively arranged Vivaldi's iconic choral masterwork for the everlasting benefit of two-part choirs. The comfortable vocal ranges and natural voice leading create a positive
Don't miss this accessible arrangement of the famous chorus from Handel's oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus." The piano accompaniment is not difficult, and the two-part voicing brings the work within the reach of
Lightfoot's expressive and poignant setting of the traditional Latin text, "on earth, peace," is graced by sweeping melody lines, a contrasting middle section in minor mode, and a pensive, thoughtful
Here is an evocative work that creates a quasi-ancient mood while integrating a contemporary accompaniment for piano with optional violin, bass and drum. The prayerful text alternates between Italian and
A haunting harmonic progression lays the framework for a descending chromatic line, which is sung by Part II and played on the bells. The arpeggiated piano part gently supports the delicate melody,
This stunning work for young and developing voices is simply beautiful, with easy, lyrical melodic lines and a sumptuous harmonic texture. The three-line Latin text, from the requiem mass, is equally
This luscious and sensitive setting of the traditional Latin text exudes a gentle simplicity, with soaring melodic lines and a fluid accompaniment. A pronunciation and translation guide is provided.
Composed as a special commission for the North Carolina All-State Honors Chorus, this contemporary concert work is satisfying from start to finish. The exuberant music provides a joyful foundation for a
This is gorgeous! With a text from the Hebrew liturgy, and based on a Jewish folk melody, this rich setting is a prayer for peace. Perform it with the sensitive piano accompaniment or add a small consort of
This bright, festive work opens with an upbeat A section, full of fun syncopations and interesting meter changes, then moves into a lyrical, flowing B section and finally returns to a variation of the
A triumphant fanfare motive is echoed across the choir before breaking into a joyous refrain, punctuated with rhythmic hand claps. Suitable for concert or festival, this celebratory original features
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