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...
Hand claps, knee slaps, foot stomps, and rhythmic vocal speech make this a must-do folksong arrangement for mixed and male choirs. Full of quick-witted humor and down-home hillbilly fun, it's much more than...
American music at its best! There are sure to be some misty eyes when you perform this spine-chilling arrangement. Mark has expertly arranged this American folk classic to start softly with a harmonica solo...
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Combining Simple Gifts and the Going Home theme from Dvorak's "New World" symphony in partner-song format, this is easy to perform with a minimum of rehearsal. A favorite with two-part...
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Known as Dublin's unofficial anthem, this Irish tune is bright and energetic and captures the warm and generous spirit of the Irish people. Like so many Irish folk songs, it tells an endearing story, one...
A favorite American folk classic comes alive in this musically satisfying arrangement suitable for choral ensembles of varying sizes and levels. Sensitive a cappella choral writing with traditional...
This reflective setting based on the Irish folk tune Slane features warm harmonies, accessible vocal parts, and richly textured lyrics that speak of love's powerful grasp on our lives. "Love has no...
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