This traditional canoe song from Polynesia sounds very impressive with just two voice parts, hand claps, and percussion instruments. The echoing voice parts suggest people communicating from canoe to canoe
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This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
Rhythm abounds in the vocal and percussion sounds of this a cappella arrangement of a Kenyan folk song. With a simple, delightful text, energy-filled vocals, rhythmic hand claps, small percussion and body
Cuckoo is an excellent developmental teaching piece for treble choirs and provides a fun introduction to two-part singing. With a whimsical text, this delightful piece can be performed a cappella
Choirs will love re-creating the warm harmonies and soulful vocals of Pentatonix's Take Me Home, with its hymn-like cadences and steady finger snaps. A wonderful and accessible a cappella choice
The Swahili text of this African-style original is a joyful celebration of peace, set for a cappella voices with shaker and drums (included in the score). Somewhat reminiscent of O Sifuni Mungu, it
Exuberant rhythmic energy abounds in this African-style original! The Swahili text of only four words translates: "We will dance! We will sing! We will be glad!" The only accompanying instruments are
Here's an exciting, energizing tune that teaches singers how to write counts in music. With a supportive piano accompaniment, it makes rhythm fun for students of all ages, from elementary through high
The authentic music used in the film! Two haunting choral songs used in the Disney animated feature "Frozen" capture the stark beauty of the frozen north. Whether performed a cappella, as they were in the
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