Honest, authentic, heartfelt. These are the words that come to mind with this plaintive folk setting for SSA voices. Whether performed a cappella or accompanied by guitar or piano, this selection will
This a cappella piece is a modified round with added descant and hand clapping, this piece is loaded with excitement and spirit.
This original work with text from a poem by John Greenleaf Whittier creates a sense of awe as we visualize a flower in the midst of the frozen landscape of winter. Singers will be challenged to shape
A challenging new arrangement of the old gospel favorite Get on Board. Here is a rare opportunity for treble choirs to imitate the "woo-oo" of a train as the melodic ideas pass through the various
This original selection combines folk and gospel elements in a laid-back style in the pattern of a traditional spiritual. A symbolic text leads to crossing the metaphoric River Jordan as the music recalls
This Japanese lullaby is a traditional song sung by girls far away from home as they worked as nannies in upper-class households. The gentle sounds of flute and wind chimes support the plaintive quality of
Joyful cascading vocal lines and "fa la la's" will enliven your treble choir's concert or festival performance! The hand drum creates a dance-like feel in this delightful madrigal edition.
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
Margaret Walker's text leaps off the musical page as words crying to be sung. "My grandmothers were strong. They followed plows and bent to toil." This was not frailty - this was determined womanhood
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From the American Composers Forum series ChoralQuest, Thinking of My Home by Chen Yi is a three-part work for treble voices, piano and triangle based on an ancient Chinese poem by Li Bai.
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