Premiered at the ACDA National Convention in 2017 and written for the Bruce Rogers Series, this piece is a first in many ways. Stacey Gibbs, the reigning king of Spiritual arrangements and Richard Burchard,
This Swahili praise song is the perfect addition to any multicultural repertoire. Fun, rhythmic texture with repetition and solo opportunities abound in this very accessible concert work. Add some movement
The familiar words of Charles Wesley are treated to a thoughtful, new musical setting by respected musician, Ken Berg. Beginning in E minor with treble voices in an unadorned unison the voices soon break
A piece from Handel's Chandos Anthems, now artfully and tastefully arranged for treble voices. Perfect for mature choirs or strong children's choirs, this is a superb addition to treble standard
A wonderful a cappella novelty piece for any men's group. Using vocal clock sounds to set the scene, the melody passes from a tenor soloist through the choir and is eventually reiterated by a low bass solo.
The famous Bible story has been dramatized with fun and humor that will delight both choir and congregation. Humorous, engaging, and a great way to tell a story for youth. Much like the arranger's popular
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