Here is an energetic Christmas selection for your older singers. The text is all Latin and we've set this in a 3-part mixed voicing with part 3 being accessible to your lower, changing, and changed voices.
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With words by Henry John Gauntlett and a traditional melody from Somersetshire, England, this lively, bouncy carol is an ideal two-part opportunity for young and more experienced choirs alike. The
The medieval Celtic dance style found in this two-part arrangement gives this old Welsh folk song some real drive. The fun-to-sing arrangement is very approachable for younger students and also provides an
This is a strikingly poignant setting of Auld Lang Syne. While arranged for three-part mixed, the versatility of this work also allows it to be performed in unison, unison with solos, or combine
This arrangement of this old folk carol is gentle and easy with a poignant and almost haunting style. The beautiful three-part mixed setting has a third part that works well for your singers with lower,
This setting of the one of the best-known and best-loved spirituals of all time is perfect for the choir where the male voices have changed or are in the process of changing, or where female voices are
If you're looking for a truly majestic, patriotic piece to honor your veterans, heroes, or any other patriots in your community, this tune is perfect. Despite its length and seeming complexity, it is
This superb one-of-a-kind arrangement was written to showcase the talent of young singer Katy Gentry many years ago. Now finally available for choirs with their own soloist, it still has the power to
Your singers and audience will love the lively swing setting of this old English carol. Written primarily for three-part mixed voicing, it also works as a two-part piece for smaller or more limited choirs.
If you have been looking for a version of the Hallelujah from Handel's "Messiah" written for two voices and accessible for younger voices while keeping the depth of the work, then look no more -
This richly beautiful song is based on Johann Pachelbel's famous chord progression for his Canon In D. There are variations, however, from the original; the actual melody and countermelodies are never used
This three-part treble arrangement is an exquisitely beautiful and poetic piece that speaks of a sojourner's quest to know and be known by another before leaving the confines of this life. Great teaching
This work marries two pieces that one would not normally think would go together well - Pachelbel's Canon in D and the traditional Christmas tune Jolly Old St. Nicholas. The result, as you
This beautiful, gentle carol dates back to the 16th century in Leipzig, Germany. It was used in a Mystery Play as a lullaby sung by the Virgin Mary. Our arrangement begins with a solo, then transitions to
This arrangement is quite unique as it is done in a somewhat lively African style instead of the usual folk-style arrangement. Performance options include singing a cappella, or add some percussion
This treatment of the Kyrie eleison text is ideal for older choirs. The accompaniment provides a very tranquil and fluid bed for your singers who can use and imitate that accompanimental style to help them
Perfect as a concert closer, this song offers everything you would expect from a universally themed seasonal piece. It can be performed either in unison or with an optional solo or second part. The song
Gentle and chorale-like, this beautiful carol is captured in this arrangement. This work is the ideal first introduction to two-part singing for a young choir, but it also lets even large, more experienced
My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean or Bring Back My Bonnie To Me is a traditional Scottish folk tune. The vocals are written in an SSA voicing with parts 2 and 3 working together to intertwine
This powerful arrangement is very versatile - it can be performed in unison, two, or three parts and even has an optional solo soprano descant. It can serve equally well as a big brash opener for your
This haunting, modal carol is based on one of the earliest forms of sacred music known - the chant or plainsong. This unique two-part arrangement contrasts the rich melody in part 1 with a rhythmic,
Ever stop to think how very odd some traditional carol lyrics are, such as figgy pudding and partridges in pear trees? That's the essence of this lighthearted, tongue-in-cheek carol in a madrigal style.
Written in a gospel/pop style with a rollicking triplet-based feel so that the eighth notes should swing, this piece is just fun. The verse of the song is meant to be sung by four soloists, but can be done
This arrangement of the tale of a Native American maiden and her love, captured in this beloved folk song, begins and ends with a solo voice. A second soloist joins in shortly after the beginning to
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