This collection of easy gospel-style anthems by Joanna Mills is arranged for SATB choirs and ranges from thoughtful, soulful pieces to bright upbeat songs. All the songs feature Joanna Mills'
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With a flowing piano introduction and tender harmonies, this piece captures the feeling of longing for relief through divine conversation. This text by Paul Laurence Dunbar perfectly expresses the emotions
Supported throughout with an original Pater Noster countermelody, this tender adaptation of this beloved hymn features a gorgeous optional cello obbligato and a flowing piano accompaniment. Simple Latin
This two-part setting of the Latin text opens with a simple poignant melody, then divides into independent voice parts before moving into a contrasting middle section. With a flowing, supportive piano
This piece has a dance-like feel and lilt to it, both in the lyric writing and the switching between a duple and triple feel in the 6/8 meter.
The ancient joy-filled word "Alleluia" is paired with contemporary harmony and gently syncopated rhythms that sometimes function as an ostinato. Independent parts weave in and out to create a brilliant
Every part has a chance to sing the simple melody in this flexible arrangement of the classic canon. Designed to be an a cappella selection, it also includes a piano part that is a real accompaniment, not
With over 50 million views on YouTube, Brigham Young University's treble a cappella group BYU Noteworthy has made this arrangement of the classic hymn with the modern twist an instant classic. Sing their
A new and exciting Christmas song in a popular style suitable for all seasonal occasions. Children and adults alike will love the memorable melodies and sing-along phrases. A great addition to your
Originally sung by a bass soloist in Handel's oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus," Arm, Arm Ye Brave is classic solo repertoire that has been skillfully adapted for tenor-bass choir. The arrangement
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Written to be premiered at the 2019 ACDA National Conference, this piece draws on a traditional Latin text but explores a contemporary harmonic language in an exciting way. Full of drive and
Vibrant rhythms, accessible vocal ranges, and fun-to-sing syncopated melodies highlight this concert or festival selection for developing tenor-bass choirs. A 6/8 lilting meter and Latin text (pronunciation
There's nothing traditional about this setting of the familiar Latin text! A modern feel with a powerful minor key progression creates a piece that has both high performance value and educational merit.
The Facebook video of the Colorado All-State Treble Choir singing this piece from the balconies in the hotel lobby of the Hilton Fort Collins has gone viral for good reason! This a cappella arrangement of
Singers in developing choirs will love the excitement of this vibrant, rhythmically driven concert or contest title. The more lyric middle section nicely contrasts the excitement of the syncopated opening
Strong rhythms set in shifting asymmetric meters create a dynamic fanfare effect to open this thrilling a cappella setting of the traditional Mass text. A contrasting middle section features cluster chords
This triumphant setting of the traditional Latin text features a bright, energetic accompaniment and includes a pronunciation and translation guide. The expressive contrasts between sections and the canonic
Written in the style of an a cappella spiritual, Rose Aspinall's text shines in a rhythmic setting that your choir will love to sing. Feature two of your soloists along with your whole choir in full harmony
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