This gently moving medley of Angels from the Realms of Glory and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing features effective scoring for women's voices that ties perfectly with a lovely, unifying
Charles Gounod's beloved Ave Maria, based on a prelude from J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, is now available for developing choirs! The melody passes through all the voice parts,
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A plaintive opening expands into lush four-part harmony in this compelling a cappella concert selection. Meditative and earnest, Sally's glorious setting of the prayerful text will inspire your finest
One of a number of short motets written by Italian composer Claudio Monteverdi, this was originally scored for six voices. Now SSA choirs can enjoy this Late Renaissance - Early Baroque a cappella work,
This buoyant original work will be an excellent and accessible piece for contest, festival and concert performance, with a rhythmic, lively refrain contrasted with a somewhat more lyrical section. The text
Here is a joyful, celebratory original work that is well crafted for younger performers. A good "first piece in Latin," it's a great starter piece for a young choir in middle school or early high
Here is an upbeat and fun song that uses a prayer text from Ghana translated into English. Syncopated rhythms that repeat throughout make this a perfect choice for any choir. Opportunities for optional
Here is a beautiful original composition based on an ancient sacred text, in English, from the ninth century. The work offers many good teaching opportunities and is an uplifting, joyful performance piece -
This familiar Latin text is set for women or three-part treble voices and allows singers to interpret the music by the rise and fall of the musical lines, the rubato style, expressive dissonance, and
The opening musical number from the Disney animated feature "Frozen," this song is inspired by indigenous Saami and Norwegian culture, a combination of Saami yoiking and the Danish Christmas hymn Dejlig
Commissioned by the St. Olaf Festival in Trondheim, Norway, Even When He Is Silent masterfully expresses the sentiment of the text - hope in times of despair. Beautifully melodic, with rich
This high-energy piece in a contemporary style is perfect as an opener in a concert or festival setting. Featuring a Latin text, the opening fanfare-like section leads to a contrapuntal middle section
The treasured text, "May the road rise up to greet you..." is warmly set for mixed voices and piano by Belfast Cathedral composer Philip Stopford. A perfect concert or service benediction!
This is a fantastic festival piece! The Latin words taken from the Psalms are joyful, and the parts are easily learned. The antiphonal nature of the work sets it apart as a great concert opener or
This tender setting of the William Blake poem is expressive with accessible, well-crafted voice parts and a delicate piano accompaniment. It is a perfect selection for building choral skills and for groups
This powerful setting of a Christmas classic is sure to become a favorite. Scored for SATB chorus, piano duet and optional string quartet, the strong legato chorus is driven by the marcato
Selected for the 2015 Pacific International Children's Choir Festival, this gentle prayer is gracious and moving. While the altos hold a pedal tone, the upper voices sing heartwarming chords. Along with the
Beautiful melodic lines convey the traditional Latin text in this artistic setting. The piece opens with a mood of awe and mystery created by handbells, piano, and layered vocals, and an artistic
This original a cappella setting of a Latin hymn text is a fervent, expressive outpouring of devotion. A translation/pronunciation guide is included.
Here is a refreshing a cappella Latin setting, based on verses of Psalm 103. Each vocal part has significance to the overall effect of the work, which is highlighted by an opening soprano solo and and
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