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The theme of the river functioning as a source of life, reflection, rejuvenation, prayer, cleansing and freedom infuses this popular spiritual with layers of meaning. This arrangement is designed to
For treble choirs looking for a playful challenge, this arrangement of a traditional Spanish folk song uses Spanish text throughout, piano accompaniment, hand claps, and a fiery soprano solo, then
Taken from Mass No. 6, this advanced work for treble chorus and piano is typical of Orban's energetic rhythmic drive; it is a great piece for concert work!
This excerpt from Vivaldi's "Gloria" is specially arranged to meet the needs of the developing singer. An intelligent choice for teaching phrasing and other stylistic features of the Baroque period, this
Great melodic interest, rhythmic drive, and a worthy message work together to create something extra special. The slow pace of the opening sets up an energetic and uplifting portrayal of the text. Not to be
"Jubilate Deo" by composer Dan Forrest is an eight-movement work for choir and orchestra that presents the universal desire of creation to praise its maker. Uniting cultures and languages, Forrest has
Full of life and energy, this work in Spanish and English expresses the plea of Mexican children to the rest of the world to listen to their cry for help. The percussion and bass parts (included in the
This exciting original work is a fusion of spiritual, gospel, work songs and joyous celebration! Written for the Sing a Mile High Children's Choral Festival in Colorado, this well-crafted work is an