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This vibrant medley is infused with joyful energy! Three American folksongs are combined with original words and music to create a spectacular showcase for school and community groups. The authentic fiddle
This arrangement of a Scottish lullaby features a beautiful melodic line and wonderful harmonic moments. The text is in English with Gaelic subtext, and an accessible pronunciation guide is included.
In this dynamic arrangement of the Huddie Ledbetter tune, Greg Gilpin has captured the strong rhythmic pulse and harmonic energy that is characteristic of the Lead Belly style. To intensify the driving
Jay's particularly folky accompaniment features a jaunty piano with optional bass and percussion (available free at alfred.com/choralparts). Fully arranged with new harmonic and rhythmic content on each
Using the popular folksongs Shenandoah and The Water Is Wide, Don and Nancy have written a marvelous arrangement with fluid vocal lines to let you concentrate on the beauty of choral sound
Only Mark Hayes could write such an enthralling arrangement of this timeless Irish air. Scored for voices, piano, flute, and optional percussion, it features a shimmering accompaniment and a flute obbligato
Dating back to 16th-century England, Hey! Ho! Nobody Home! was sung by carolers who went from door to door to receive food for their singing, although there is no reference in the lyrics to the
Simply stunning. A gently flowing accompaniment beautifully complements the transparent choral texture, and an extended coda provides the perfect close to this Appalachian-inspired arrangement. Unlike
Three American call and response folksongs are combined in this short medley with piano, conga drum and tambourine, creating a fun, energetic choral showcase! Includes: Oh, John the Rabbit; Lucy Rabbit;
This arrangement of the famous Scottish folksong uses open fifths in the accompaniment to enhance the Scottish flavor. It will give your ensemble a chance to show their expressive side. "...but me and my
Long associated with the grand pageantry of the Kentucky Derby, Stephen Foster's classic song comes to life anew in this charming arrangement. A shimmering a cappella refrain provides an especially
The plaintive sound of the lonesome train whistle and the longing of the traveler for home are evoked in this well-crafted setting of an American classic. An urgent rhythmic groove and contrasting cello
Look yonder comin'! Whether you use the playable fiddle part, let your soloist ad lib, or use the professionally recorded ShowTrax CD, your audience will love this Americana favorite that will bring down
Like waves of an ocean carrying a boat, the lilting triple meter of this ageless Scottish folk tune supports warm choral harmonies. Lush and embracing, it's a lovely ballad for concert or contest. To make
Ruth Elaine Schram's wonderfully creative arrangement exudes a wistful, fresh take on this Scottish folk song favorite and features the Robert Louis Stevenson text. The violin part provides a welcome
Want a fresh folk song that doesn't sound like an old folk song? This is it! Words inspired by, and borrowed from, traditional American folk songs are set to sprightly new music, resulting in a
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