The Swahili text of this African-style original is a joyful celebration of peace, set for a cappella voices with shaker and drums (included in the score). Somewhat reminiscent of O Sifuni Mungu, it
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This work for unaccompanied mixed voices and two soloists is a setting of a traditional Holocaust melody for a moving tribute to those who perished. A powerful and dramatic selection for remembrance and
Here is a very cool, catchy a cappella piece with a Haitian Creole text and English subtext. It's based on the Song of Solomon, and the parts for claves, bongos and guiro add a lot to the fun. A
Here is an exuberant a cappella number that's loaded with African atmosphere! The traditional Zambian words are sung throughout with such a buoyant, rhythmic feel that you are transported into the center of
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
Here is an a cappella arrangement of a Bolivian folksong that is rhythmic and a bit of a challenge, but well worth the rehearsal time. Fun hand claps, vocal percussion and body percussion make the piece
Chua-ay is based on a popular folk song from the Philippines that depicts the Igorot tribes at work, pounding the rice by means of a huge mortar and heavily weighted posts to separate the rice
Within his lifetime, Ludwig Senfl composed numerous German lieder, Das Glaut zu Speyer being one of them. One can truly hear the sound of the bells of Speyer as this a cappella arrangement speeds
Simplicity often gives way to purity and beauty, and that is the case with James Gossler's setting of this Irish room blessing. Serving as a concert closer or benediction, the words bring peace and
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This tremendously fun arrangement of a South African greeting song exclaims, "Iyo hlonolofatsa, Ka lebitso la ntate," which translates as, "Bless everything in the name of the Father." Featuring a soloist,
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