Possessing a positive, uplifting message of thankfulness in both English and Swahili, this joyful, rhythmic original features independent melodic lines in each part, making it fun to sing and easy to teach.
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Younger choirs will build important choral skills with this tender setting of a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. Alternating between modal and major key tonality, the part-writing is carefully crafted,
Originally released as a two part piece, this selection continues to be one of the most popular in the Pavane catalog. This new voicing celebrates the same metamorphosis from fall into winter but
Swing your way into autumn with this stunning vocal jazz selection by noted arranger Paris Rutherford. Close jazz harmonies, optional solos, and extended section "scat" riffs distinguish this vocal jazz
Here's a lush, beautiful a cappella setting of the old standard tune, with accessible jazz harmonies and effortless voice leading. This is a standout ballad for your jazz or concert choir!
This haunting contemporary a cappella work features a wistful text about the departure of summer and the coming of winter. Rich harmonies and thoughtful dynamics heighten the mood of this stunning piece.
"Swirling, ever turning in the crisp autumn air..." This Celtic-flavored original creates a golden image of the dancing leaves and blustery October days. Easily learned for autumn concerts, this work can be
From ethereal to sublime, the range of choral sonority is offered here in a magnificent setting of an Emily Bronte poem that is ideal for developing treble voices in high school and beyond.
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A memorable melody and clever interplay between voices make this original piece a ghastly grim and gloriously gleeful change-of-pace concert offering for Halloween or any time of year. Perform with piano or
Add a touch of mystery to your concert program with this delightful number from "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban." With John Williams' music, lyrics based on Shakespeare, and a sensational