Johannes Brahms’s Alto Rhapsody is published here in a new Urtext edition, modernized for present-day performance practice. It is based on the 2nd impression of the first printed edition, as
This operatic gem for choir is often referred to as "The Gypsy Chorus." The drama and playfulness of the original orchestration are well preserved in this playable piano accompaniment, while Verdi’s
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This edition of the well-known choral masterwork from Mozart's "Requiem," now available for mixed, TTBB, and SSAA voices, has become a standard for today's choirs. Patrick Liebergen has re-scored the
This arrangement provides a wonderful first step into singing masterworks. Optional flute and cello parts are available to enhance the well-written vocal parts. The piece is sung in Latin, with a
One of the world's most recognized and performed choral works from Handel's Messiah is now available in a carefully crafted arrangement for middle school mixed voices! Special attention has been
One of the numerous folk-song arrangements by Holst for unaccompanied mixed choir, I Love My Love takes the traditional Cornish melody through all the voices. Innovative textures and intriguing
This beautiful Schubert masterwork is a must for contest or festival performance. The carefully crafted, easily playable piano accompaniment and translation/pronunciation guide help to make this edition a
The spontaneity and charm of Mozart are evident in this brief choral work. While contrasting sections allow considerable space for musical interpretations, the entire work provides countless teaching
The music of Dvorak seems to be gaining in popularity and we are proud to have a Dvorak series in our catalog. The "evening blessing" paints a picture of rural Czechoslovakia, a girl writing love songs, a
Brahms' best songs are small, priceless jewels. They are unusual, mysterious, inventive, bass heavy, uncomplicated, melodious, and they are glorious creations! Op. 63, No. 8 O wusst' ich doch den Weg
The eleventh movement from Bach's Magnificat is a wonderful introduction to polyphonic singing for mixed choirs. This updated edition of the masterwork may be performed with the notated keyboard reduction
While this piece is a standard in the baritone solo repertoire, this setting has turned it into a wonderful opportunity to explore this classic with your whole tenor-bass ensemble. The early 20th-century
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