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Women's Folk Music for Choir (40)
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American Folk Rhapsody American Folk Rhapsody
Linda Spevacek - Heritage Music Press

If you're looking for a good concert or festival feature, consider this creative setting of Cindy; Simple Gifts and Pick A Bale Of Cotton. Accessible to choirs with limited rehearsal time, it's... view details
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Bright Morning Stars Bright Morning Stars
arr. Jay Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

"Bright morning stars are rising...Day is breaking in my soul..."  This Appalachian folksong, arranged for a cappella voices, has a contemplative, spiritual quality.  Opening and closing with a female trio,... view details
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Camptown Races Camptown Races
Stephen Foster/arr. Jay Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

Jay's particularly folky accompaniment features a jaunty piano with optional bass and percussion (available free at Fully arranged with new harmonic and rhythmic content on each... view details

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'Cross the Wide Missouri 'Cross the Wide Missouri (Shenandoah/The Water Is Wide)
arr. Don Besig & Nancy Price - Alfred Music Publishing

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... view details

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Danny Boy Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)
arr. Kevin A. Memley - Pavane Publishing

This is a real find for a cappella voices! Phrases of "vocal bagpipes," in which the voices imitate the sound of bagpipes, create an amazing effect as they set the proper mood for one of the most beautiful... view details

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Down by the Salley Gardens Down by the Salley Gardens
arr. Douglas E. Wagner - Heritage Music Press

This unique setting of the beloved Irish folk song includes words by William Butler Yeats. The vocal parts combine with the masterfully written piano part to add a depth to the musical fabric that will make... view details

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Go, Lassie, Go Go, Lassie, Go
arr. Cristi Cary Miller - Hal Leonard Corporation

The popular Scottish folksong Wild Mountain Thyme is set here for treble choir in a lilting 6/8 meter. Including an optional part for bodhran (Irish drum), this is very pretty, and the excellent... view details

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Hello, Girls Hello, Girls
Lloyd Pfautsch - Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

This "perky" Lloyd Pfautsch arrangement of an American folk song is a favorite of women's choruses at contests and festivals.... view details
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Home on the Range Home on the Range
arr. Andrea Ramsey - Hal Leonard Corporation

Everyone knows this song, considered the anthem of the American West. This a cappella arrangement will show off your choir's tuning and blend, with unison lines blossoming into full harmonies. An accessible... view details

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Hush, Little Baby Hush, Little Baby
arr. Cristi Cary Miller - Hal Leonard Corporation

The traditional American folksong gets a fresh treatment in this charming setting, with a supportive, lightly rhythmic piano accompaniment. Very sweet and singable, it is lovely writing for treble choirs in... view details
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I Know Where I'm Going I Know Where I'm Going
arr. Mark Hayes - Alfred Music Publishing

While the origins of this sublime love ballad are uncertain (either Ireland or Scotland), its beauty is undeniable. The melancholy text speaks of trading all worldly trappings for "handsome, winsome... view details

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John the Rabbit John the Rabbit (Three Call and Response Songs)
arr. Robert I. Hugh - Hal Leonard Corporation

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;... view details

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Molly Malone Molly Malone
arr. Lee Kesselman - Boosey & Hawkes, Inc

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... view details

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My Singing Bird My Singing Bird
arr. Robert S. Cohen - Shawnee Press

The melody of this traditional Irish folk ballad begins in unison and then cascades into a contrapuntal wordless vocalise that mirrors the imagery of the text. Beautiful a cappella harmonies are created... view details

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Nine Hundred Miles Nine Hundred Miles
arr. Roger Emerson - Hal Leonard Corporation

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... view details

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