Russell Robinson has done a masterful job arranging this well-known motet for mixed or treble choirs, and it is equally effective a cappella or accompanied. Using only the original Latin text, this is
A fine interpretation of this expressive arrangement will be a source of considerable pride for conductors and singers alike. Dr. Robinson treats the moving spiritual with great reverence and employs
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In this straightforward arrangement, unison passages, harmonic interest and melodic interplay make the traditional spiritual an excellent program feature for high school and collegiate choirs.
A beautiful opening melody sets the stage for this exciting rhythmic piece that celebrates Hanukkah. In a traditional style, but with an new text and melody, this original piece is a welcome addition to any
This simplified version of Vivaldi's Baroque classic enables choirs of varying abilities to enjoy success. Thorough performance notes offer advice on how to achieve an authentic performance. Text is in
The traditional spiritual is arranged with understated simplicity in this a cappella setting. When unison phrases give way to lovely, satisfying harmonies, the result is compelling, replete with pathos and
This arrangement of one of the best-known Scottish folk songs captures the flavor of the Gaelic language, with Scottish sounds and textures in both male voices and piano accompaniment. Sensitive, accessible
This delightful setting of the traditional Hebrew folk song dances off of the page! Hand claps, opportunities for simple choreography, a pronunciation guide, and performance notes serve to enhance this
This attractive video is a presentation showing actual footage of Dr. Robinson at workshop events as he teaches directors creative rehearsal techniques. You will see him discuss the challenges of today's
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Now developing mixed or treble choirs can sing this English Renaissance canon, arranged with piano accompaniment. Text is in Latin throughout; translation and historical notes are included.
This motet was originally written for three-part women's voices. Here it has been adapted for mixed voices, one step lower in key, and with a piano part that is more than just a reduction of the voice
Inspired by the Byrd Haec dies, this very accessible arrangement, using only the word "alleluia," provides a nice introduction to counterpoint and independent signing for a developing choir. Piano
Painting the scene of a cold and windy December night and the birth of the Christ-child, or "Rose," this Catalonian carol is set for young male voices using first the Catalan language, then English.
Now a cappella choirs can sing the popular American folk song in this beautiful, expressive arrangement. It's faithful to the deep feeling of the original, with rich dynamics and some fresh harmonic touches
Full of rhythmic fun and regional flavor, this quickly learned folk song from west-central Africa, with piano and congas, will brighten any concert set. Written in the form of a round, all three vocal parts
Now available in this setting for developing mixed choirs, this choral masterwork by Henry Purcell is essential Baroque literature at all levels. The first and second verses of this arrangement are
The well-known holiday favorite with a slightly different twist. In the style of Take 5, this arrangement is the perfect vehicle for a younger choir to experiment with meter. Fun scat-like
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