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Women's Multicultural Choral Music (5)
Choral ››  Women's Multicultural Choral Music (5)
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Aya Ngena Aya Ngena
arr. Ruth Morris Gray - Alfred Music Publishing

This authentic Zulu folk song is a perfect fit for mixed and treble choirs in three parts! The authentic African rhythmic groove is punctuated by brief solos and joyful handclaps. Add the optional... view details

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Bora Maisha Bora Maisha
Robert I. Hugh - Boosey & Hawkes

After multiple trips to Kenya, East Africa, and studying, watching, singing, and listening to Kenyan music of all styles, composer Robert Hugh was inspired to write a new piece in the style of this region.... view details
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If You Could Hear My Voice If You Could Hear My Voice
Jim Papoulis - Boosey & Hawkes

Jim Papoulis is the master of easy-to-sing choral pieces with a "world music" theme, and this rhythmic, uplifting song is a superb example of his work! It proclaims, "there is a voice inside me and I must let... view details
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Kol Han'shamah Kol Han'shamah
Robert Applebaum - Hal Leonard Corporation

Bright mixed meter, syncopation, hand claps and canonic imitation bring spirit and life to this accessible work for young and developing voices. The text from Psalm 150 is sung in Hebrew and English: "Let... view details
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Tama Tu Tama Tu (A Maori Proverb)
Sally K. Albrecht - Alfred Music Publishing

If you're looking for something a little different in a multicultural number, look no further! In this clever original, a Maori (New Zealand) proverb is presented both in chant and in song, with great rhythms... view details
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