These transcriptions, for mixed, treble and male choirs, of this famous Schubert song offer the perfect material for teaching free, bel canto-style singing, German diction, and "arch and taper" phrasing.
Written in the modern folk style, composer Allen Koepke has provided an inspirational, allegorical text that is sure to delight. The piano lends dramatic support to the finely styled vocal parts. A frequent
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.
A favorite with all-state and regional festivals, this uniquely charming arrangement for choir and piano (four hands) is a choral hoedown just waiting to happen! Add wood block and tambourine, or your own
If you're looking for a lush, beautiful a cappella feature for your men's choir, be sure to consider this superb edition, in German with English translation above the Tenor 1 staff. This is not difficult,
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.
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This stunning piece is based on a simple poem by Robert Richardson, inscribed on the headstone of the daughter of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), who died in her youth. Appropriate for any memorial
Capturing the importance of the Greenfield poem and the dramatic story of Harriet Tubman's life, Rollo Dilworth has crafted this powerful spiritual setting. Tubman was a conductor of the Underground
These intimate and comforting lines of Elizabeth Bishop's sonnet are set to music that is reflective, lush, and lyrical, with the text always foremost. Originally written for SATB chorus, this voicing for
Scored for a cappella TTBB voices and French horn, Music on the Water offers your men's ensemble an interesting musical interpretation of the text by William Wordsworth (1770-1850). While not
This is simply too good not to consider for your choir. Omnia sol temperat, "the sun warms everything," comes from a verse of Latin found in "Carmina Burana." The composer's English text speaks to
This moving anthem of hope, embraced by choirs around the world for many years, is now available in this new arrangement with piano or orchestra accompaniment. Lush choral writing and an inspired
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