This lovely setting of the well-known melody uses the traditional Latin "Agnus Dei" text. Lots of teaching opportunities can be found in this Baroque work, beautifully adapted for choirs. Wonderful!
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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
With a text based on Psalm 150, this a cappella anthem uses spiritual, jazz, and gospel elements. After a contemplative opening, the music shifts to upbeat and declamatory as the basses lay down an ostinato
Through the single word "alleluia", this a cappella piece is excellent for groups looking to explore closer cluster harmonies, unification of vowels, and musical phrasing. Moderate vocal ranges and an
Adapted from a Bach cantata, this joyful work will allow younger ensembles the opportunity to experience Baroque music and develop important performance techniques for tone, style and expression. A superb
This timeless spiritual has been arranged with Rollo Dilworth's unique signature harmonies and wonderful piano writing, with some original material incorporated. The smooth gospel setting includes a strong
Joyful Latin phrases echo back and forth in this spirited original work for young singers. Well-written melodies combine in joyful harmony building to a buoyant final descant, creating a brief section of
This original work is beautiful and lyrical, with a flowing piano part and beautifully moving harmonic progressions. Set in minor, this simple yet effective piece has a brief contrasting section in major
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
This beautiful and moving text comes from the Hebrew liturgy and a Hebrew folk song is quoted in the music. The choral parts are lovely and accessible, as the choir asks God to "be gracious and answer
This exciting concert piece for developing choirs uses a traditional Latin text. The energetic mixed meters are contrasted with a more expressive middle section. The piano accompaniment adds nicely to the
Arranged for tenor-bass ensembles, this important selection from the standard choral repertoire can be experienced and enjoyed by a new audience. True to Pitoni's original, Leavitt preserves the classic
The second movement of Bach's Magnificat is traditionally sung by a mezzo-soprano soloist, but has been adapted for unison treble chorus. Melismatic singing and Latin text give the opportunity to teach
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