Originally sung by a bass soloist in Handel's oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus," Arm, Arm Ye Brave is classic solo repertoire that has been skillfully adapted for tenor-bass choir. The arrangement
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Now available in a TTBB voicing, this authentic arrangement of the classic motet gives men's and mixed choirs the opportunity to perform this important piece by one of the most important composers of the
One of the most recognizable pieces in vocal standard repertoire is brought to the tenor-bass choral world in this new adaptation of an old favorite. The original setting and melody is preserved for
This stately and elegant setting of Purcell's masterwork from Birthday Ode for Queen Mary is adapted specifically for developing choirs. With vocal ranges that work well for young singers, the
This edition of the well-known choral masterwork from Mozart's "Requiem," now available for mixed, TTBB, and SSAA voices, has become a standard for today's choirs. Patrick Liebergen has re-scored the
Introduce your choir to Vivaldi's masterwork with this sensibly adapted edition for developing choirs. Conservative ranges and the accessible Latin text give an educationally sound experience with high
Introduce your tenor-bass ensemble to Baroque style with this powerful chorus from Handel's oratorio Judas Maccabeus. Adapted for just two voice parts, this arrangement preserves much of the
Originally written for the dedication of the chapel in the New Cathedral in Linz, Austria, this choral classic is the perfect selection for dedications, graduations, or general concert purposes. While the
Here is the beautiful final movement from Giacomo Carissimi's oratorio Jephte. Originally for SATB choir, soloist, narrator and instruments, here is a new arrangement for tenor/bass voices that
Here is a classic tenor solo aria arranged for developing tenor-bass choirs that is both a wonderful teaching tool for its historical and vocal pedagogical value and an impressive festival or concert
While this piece is a standard in the baritone solo repertoire, this setting has turned it into a wonderful opportunity to explore this classic with your whole tenor-bass ensemble. The early 20th-century
A triumphant Mozart masterwork for today's choirs! This joyful opera finale opens and closes with a boisterous choral fanfare that features a brief, expressive vocal duet in the middle. The text is in
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