A meditation on the mystery and wonder of music, this Estonian tone poem is a little gem for a cappella choirs. With gorgeous harmonies that intensify the text, this will resonate deeply with your singers.
For better a cappella choirs, here is a whirlwind of bright harmonies, dance pulses, and syllabic play - a full-fledged theme and variations on absolutely nothing! The words are pure nonsense, but the
Featuring alternating English, Basque and Latin text, this thrilling setting proclaims the joy of singing to God. Already much-loved around the world due to performances at the 2011 World Choral Symposium
This innovative a cappella work by Anders Edenroth provides a poetic and philosophical perspective on the transparent matter so essential to the survival of every living creature. This composition goes
In this stunning choral tapestry, the beloved Latin text is set with lush harmonies, vivid tonal colors and wonderful dynamic contrasts. It is an absolutely gorgeous soundscape for better a cappella choirs.
This challenging a cappella arrangement captures all the energy and pizzazz of Duke Ellington's original. It opens with the seldom-heard verse, in rubato tempo; then the bright swing tempo kicks in and it's
Here is a stunning, thoughtful setting of The Lord's Prayer in Afrikaans, which is one of the official languages spoken in South Africa. The composer captures the mystery of the text as contrasts
Featuring the poem Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon, written shortly after the end of World War I, Armistice 1918 is a celebratory work stemming from themes of victory and revolution.
If you have a good soprano soloist, you'll enjoy performing this very authentic-sounding a cappella setting of the famous Chinese folk song. The melody is highlighted throughout by the use of thoughtfully
This delightful song, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David for the 1968 musical "Promises, Promises," finds new life in this clever a cappella arrangement. As performed by The Real Group, it's the
Based on a Gregorian chant by the same name, this a cappella work explores the ideas of human joy and angelic singing. Beginning softly, the composer builds texture and sound, moving toward the final climax
Christina Rossetti's iconic poem has been set to a haunting tune in this pretty setting. Uncomplicated in its construction, but rich and moving in its sound, this will be an especially good fit for church
This multi-movement work for mixed choir, piano, and cello is a song cycle on seven poems by Emily Dickinson. Expertly crafted vocals, a supportive piano, and a cello with a heavenly voice combine to create
"O to make the most jubilant song!" Walt Whitman's poem celebrating the joys of music forms the basis of this fantastic honor choir or festival selection. An excellent marriage of text and music! "A swift
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