This traditional canoe song from Polynesia sounds very impressive with handclaps and percussion instruments adding to the choral texture. The echoing voice parts suggest people communicating from canoe to
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Sizzling with celebratory rhythmic energy, this Zambian folk song loosely translates as: "Those who sing have the right to be called the children of God." The only accompanying instruments are hand drum
This traditional South African song is used to accompany a children's stick passing game. This lively arrangement, which includes entertaining choreography using rhythm sticks, will make an exciting
Kenyan composer Teddy Kalanda Harrison and his group Them Mushrooms received worldwide recognition with their platinum-certified recording of this piece. With a fun percussion accompaniment, Jacob Narverud
Al Shlosha D'varim is a lyrical setting of an essential maxim from Jewish morality laws, translated to mean: "The world is sustained by three things: by truth, by justice, and by peace." Available
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This highly dramatic traditional South African song is a true musical gem, presented a cappella at a slower tempo. Arranged by two South African composers, the ethnic flavor is palpable as the upper voices
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
The use of a djembe imparts a traditional African feeling to this easy original a cappella work. The Gatsnahos text, inspired by John Donne, has a theme of friendship and unity that all can relate to. "We
Kusimama is written in a world-music style that is accessible for choirs, both young and old, that are just beginning to be exposed to world rhythms and language - a sort of introduction to new
Now available for mixed or men's voices, this rousing arrangement of the popular South African freedom song has become a standard in the choral repertoire. With call-and-response vocals, Xhosa text, and
A profoundly moving text, written on a cellar wall during the rise of Nazi Germany, joins with original music to create a deeply emotional expression of hope for all mankind. With brief narration and the
Modimo is a song of praise and celebration from South Africa. Improvised percussion and a traditional Sesotho melody make for a grounded and deep sound your singers will immediately connect with. A
Translated from the words of the Lord's Prayer, this epic song from the award-winning video game franchise Civilization was the first composition from a video game to be nominated for, and win, a Grammy.
This tender setting of a Native American poem has become a standard in the choral repertoire. With extended legato phrasing, delicate musicality, and a simple piano accompaniment that supports the
The opening musical number from the Disney animated feature "Frozen," this song is inspired by indigenous Saami and Norwegian culture, a combination of Saami yoiking and the Danish Christmas hymn Dejlig
Hear the steady sound of the mill wheel in this brisk setting of the French Canadian folk song, which uses alternate French and English text. "I hear the windmill, tick-a tick-a tack-a..." Use the
This joyous and rhythmic a cappella celebration of hope, joy and peace is perfect for developing mixed or treble choirs. Your students will appreciate the high performance value, and you'll love the easy
A fascinating mix of English and Arabic text reinforces the universal message to open our minds, hearts, and hands to each other. The lively piano accompaniment, notated djembe percussion part, and
A meditation on the mystery and wonder of music, this Estonian tone poem is a little gem for a cappella choirs. With gorgeous harmonies that intensify the text, this will resonate deeply with your singers.
This tremendously fun arrangement of a South African greeting song exclaims, "Iyo hlonolofatsa, Ka lebitso la ntate," which translates as, "Bless everything in the name of the Father." Featuring a soloist,
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