How is it possible to keep a spiritual favorite rooted in the past but sounding so new? In this arena, Stacey Gibbs is superb. This energetic arrangement was premiered at the ACDA National...
Bring each section of the choir down a different aisle to add a theatrical element to the opening of your program and highlight the antiphonal qualities of this piece. Built upon three accessible parts in...
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Commissioned for a premiere performance at the Texas Music Educators Association 2000 convention, Joseph Martin's Come to the Music is alive and electric with driving rhythm, memorable melodies,...
For the advanced concert choir, this arrangement of Rodgers and Hammerstein's song from the 1945 production "State Fair" is a great opener or concert theme!
This is a fantastic festival piece! The Latin words taken from the Psalms are joyful, and the parts are easily learned. The antiphonal nature of the work sets it apart as a great concert opener or...
This strophic setting, based on an ancient Advent play, depicts each of the three Magi in the bass, baritone and tenor sections, respectively. Effective as a processional, but also successful when performed...
The Parting Glass, a traditional Scottish and Irish folk song, is traditionally sung at the end of a gathering of friends. This setting reflects the tender yet wistful feelings of a group of...
Here's an exciting work for men's chorus that will make a great concert opener! Mostly in 7/8 meter, it will give a nice but achievable challenge to your men's chorus. A good selection for honor choirs and...
This vigorous work based on Psalm 98 employs alternating 3/4 and 6/8 meter with excellent effect. It's short and sweet, with lots of excitement to make it a good opener.
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