A lovely setting of the beloved Korean folk song about the mountain pass of Ahrirang Hill. Sung predominantly in English, the pentatonic melodies and open harmonies are presented in unison and canon to
Complete with handclaps and snaps, young and developing choirs are certain to enjoy this playful and engaging arrangement of the traditional spiritual. "Way in the middle, in the middle of the air, Ezekiel
"I'm sure that we would differ less and we would clasp our hands in friendliness; our thoughts would pleasantly agree, if I knew you and you knew me." An inspiring text from poet Nixon Waterman that is as
The pulsing beat and the drum-like accompaniment in this energized arrangement of a Canadian folk song is absolutely infectious! Pentatonic melodies, open intervals, echoing sections, and rhythmic syllables
"There is music in the water, music in its singing tide, in its clear and crystal beauty flowing down the mountainside." Johnson's artful setting of the Lura Anna Boies text features sweeping melodic lines
"O clap your hands, all ye people. Lift up your voice, sing alleluia!" The opening fanfare-like section is complemented by a contrasting legato middle section before returning to the joyous opening
Rigg's intriguing setting of this poignant, reflective poem by Thomas Dunn English features an accompaniment that emulates flowing water and the turning of the mill wheel. The minor mode and 6/8 pulse
"Said the rain to the child, "I will nourish you. I'll make you a world that's all in bloom... and the sun will follow soon." The rain sings gently in the narrative of this text, and a child responds with a
A quintessential concert or festival opener available in voicing options for every choir. The joyful energy, mixed meters, minor mode, and dramatic dynamic contrasts make this exhilarating original an
Exuberant rhythmic energy abounds in this African-style original! The Swahili text of only four words translates: "We will dance! We will sing! We will be glad!" The only accompanying instruments are
Look no further for that unique multicultural programming gem - Gilpin's setting of this Middle Eastern folk song is bright, fun and flirtatious! The text, in classic Arabic, tells the story of a traveling
This meaningful setting of the poignant Gerald Massey poem is an excellent concert or festival choice for treble choirs. Its hauntingly beautiful melody is first briefly stated by the violin, followed by a
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