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A la Media Noche
A la Media Noche A la Media Noche
Traditional Puerto Rican / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

A traditional Puerto Rican carol with limited Spanish verses and a fun, recurring chorus of la's. The added middle section will showcase your men.... view details
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All Things Bright and Beautiful
All Things Bright and Beautiful All Things Bright and Beautiful
Alexander & Franklin - Glenda Franklin

The beautiful text by Cecil F. Alexander along with a simple piano and flowing flute accompaniment make this a delight for early elementary or church choir students.... view details
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America
America America
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

Voices and instruments join together in this rousing patriotic selection of unity and harmony with music as the key. Let our voices join together now in song. Music is a common thread we share. Hand in hand... view details
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Annabel Lee
Annabel Lee Annabel Lee
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

Unlike the poem which ends in tragedy, the focus of this selection is the love shared between the beautiful Annabel Lee and the speaker of the ballad. Opportunities abound for building vocal independence in... view details
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The Ash Grove
The Ash Grove The Ash Grove
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

This familiar folksong, arranged for men's choir, offers an abundance of teaching and learning opportunities in phrasing and diction as the story is told of the sweet maiden sleeping 'neath the green grass by... view details
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Ballad of the Two Knights
Ballad of the Two Knights Ballad of the Two Knights
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

The light-hearted ballad of two knights who ride forth seeking maids to wed takes a sharp turn as the two quickly settle for less than their original list of qualifications. Minor scale patterns in the verses... view details
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Celebrate Our World
Celebrate Our World Celebrate Our World
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

The theme of this unison/opt. 2-part piece is how diversity, tolerance, and understanding of others becomes strength in humanity. It takes us all to make our world a better place to be.... view details
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Celebrate With Song
Celebrate With Song Celebrate With Song
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

Lift up your voice and join in the music, clapping your hands as you sing along. This light-hearted song can be done with unison or 2-part voices. The C-instrument and handclaps/claves add to the fun.... view details
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Change Is A-Comin
Change Is A-Comin Change Is A-Comin
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

An original piece in the spiritual style gives a depiction of how life will be change when I hear the trumpet sound to call me on home. The piano accompaniment adds a gentle, rocking bass line to the mix... view details
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Deck The Hall
Deck The Hall Deck The Hall
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

A partner song for three equal voices, this piece features an original melody along with a complete verse of Fa-la-las. All three verses join together at the end for an amazing (easy, but don't tell) ... view details
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Deck the Boogie-Woogie Hall
Deck the Boogie-Woogie Hall Deck the Boogie-Woogie Hall
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

The opening measures of this traditional piece quickly leads to a fast-paced, non-stop boogie. Students will enjoy this non-traditional setting of a holiday classic.... view details
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Deck the Hall
Deck the Hall Deck the Hall
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

Five mini movements are featured in this selection of Deck the Hall. The familiar theme is followed by a lullaby, a march, a waltz, and a boogie variation. Each subsequent movement contains new melodies and... view details
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Everywhere, Christmas Tonight
Everywhere, Christmas Tonight Everywhere, Christmas Tonight
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

Christmas in lands of the fir tree and pine, Christmas in lands of the palm tree and vine; Christmas where snow peaks stand solemn and white, Christmas where cornfields lie sunny and bright. This simple 2-part... view details
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Fa-La-La Celebration!
Fa-La-La Celebration! Fa-La-La Celebration!
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

What happens when the traditional words of Deck The Hall meet an upbeat, minor melody? Fun! Written in ABA form, this piece includes an abundance of learning opportunities such as changing meter and... view details
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Go Down Moses
Go Down Moses Go Down Moses
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

A moving bass line in the accompaniment added to tons of syncopation in the vocal parts make this jazzy arrangement appealing to students of all ages.... view details
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Good News!
Good News! Good News!
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

With bits of Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, Good News, and an original melody, this piece weaves the melodies together for a fun-filled performance from beginning to end.... view details
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How Wonderful Life Is
How Wonderful Life Is How Wonderful Life Is
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

How wonderful life is when it's shared is the theme of this original composition. A poignant lesson on living each day to its' fullest is abundant throughout the lyrics.... view details
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I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

This piece features the traditional words of Longfellow paired with the familiar English melody O Waly, Waly. The piano and handbell accompaniment complete this hymn style SAB arrangement which may be used in... view details
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If My Life Were Magic
If My Life Were Magic If My Life Were Magic
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

The writing prompt "I wish....." was the inspiration for the lyrics of this magical selection. This piece works well with younger elementary as well as middle school choral students. The text can lead to... view details
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Island Song
Island Song Island Song
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

This three-part partner song, interspersed with la's, will take you away to the island of music. Each melody is introduced individually then joined together after a key change for a get-away voyage of fun.... view details
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Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Jolly Old St. Nicholas Jolly Old St. Nicholas
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

A jazzy rendition of an old favorite, Jolly Old St. Nicholas will put your women in the spotlight. Close harmonies, chromaticism, and syncopation will make this one to add to your holiday performance list.... view details
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Jolly Old St. Nicholas/Up On The Housetop
Jolly Old St. Nicholas/Up On The Housetop Jolly Old St. Nicholas/Up On The Housetop
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

This piece features two holiday favorites arranged as a partner song. The changing meter throughout will challenge students to work towards rhythmic accuracy and breath control. The result will be pure fun!... view details
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A Joyful Alleluia
A Joyful Alleluia A Joyful Alleluia
Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

With just a hint of Pachelbel's canon, the beginning melody in A Joyful Alleluia is traded back and forth between the Soprano 2 and Alto voices. The piece truly displays a partner song quality throughout. The... view details
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Kyrie
Kyrie Kyrie
Traditional / Glenda E. Franklin - Glenda Franklin

If you're looking for a lyrical piece with limited Latin text, this piece is for you. Not only do the sopranos get their usual melody, the alto part feels more like a second melody than a harmony part. The... view details
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