Singers in developing choirs will love the excitement of this vibrant, rhythmically driven concert or contest title. The more lyric middle section nicely contrasts the excitement of the syncopated opening
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This work is an energetic reimagining of timeless text and tune from the 12th-century poet, composer, and philosopher Hildegard of Bingen. The marriage of the Caritas Abunda chant with a text taken
The ancient joy-filled word "Alleluia" is paired with contemporary harmony and gently syncopated rhythms that sometimes function as an ostinato. Independent parts weave in and out to create a brilliant
Harriet Beecher Stowe poetry comes to life in this beautiful new setting of the classic Mendelssohn hymn. Richly scored for SATB a cappella choir, it exudes confidence, comfort, and assurance as it builds
An exciting choice that works equally well as an opening or closing number! Featuring a Latin text and driving rhythms, this original concert work is crafted with excellent voice leading and vocal interest
Vibrant rhythms, accessible vocal ranges, and fun-to-sing syncopated melodies highlight this concert or festival selection for developing tenor-bass choirs. A 6/8 lilting meter and Latin text (pronunciation
This spirited and upbeat piece for developing choirs is fantastic for teaching syncopation and mixed meter. Excellent voice-leading creates compelling harmonic progressions, and a lyrical section provides
This chorus from Haydn's Heilgmesse is an ideal introduction to classical style for treble choirs. Explore musical phrasing, quality tone production, and pure vowels with this simple Latin text and
Written in the style of an a cappella spiritual, Rose Aspinall's text shines in a rhythmic setting that your choir will love to sing. Feature two of your soloists along with your whole choir in full harmony
Rhythmic and accessible, this piece has all the ingredients to appeal to your young mixed choir. The piano accompaniment is playable by a student, and the harmonies and ranges are perfect for beginning part
The Facebook video of the Colorado All-State Treble Choir singing this piece from the balconies in the hotel lobby of the Hilton Fort Collins has gone viral for good reason! This a cappella arrangement of
Introduce your choir to Vivaldi's masterwork with this sensibly adapted edition for developing choirs. Conservative ranges and the accessible Latin text give an educationally sound experience with high
Just two short Latin phrases frame this excellent concert or festival selection for developing choirs. Independent melodies for each part are presented and then layered to create simple polyphonic
Here is a stunning a cappella arrangement of this beloved Robert Lowry hymn for treble choirs! A combination of sustained and descending vocal lines create harmonies that travel close together, then farther
With driving rhythms and mixed meters, this is an exuberant setting of a traditional Latin text that will delight and challenge. Sure to become a choral classic!
"O clap your hands, all ye people. Lift up your voice, sing alleluia!" The opening fanfare-like section is complemented by a contrasting legato middle section before returning to the joyous opening
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A driving piano accompaniment sets up the joyous English text of celebration that begins with a stately expression of "Cantate Domino!" Mixed meter helps create energy, which is contrasted with a lyrical
Featuring alternating English, Basque, and Latin text, this thrilling setting proclaims the joy of singing to God. Already much-loved around the world due to performances at the 2011 World Choral Symposium
This original setting, with optional string quartet, in neo-classical style is an excellent teaching piece and a very effective performance selection as well, for any time of year.
This exciting setting of the Latin Cantate Domino text explores rhythm and texture as it weaves through various time signatures. Will make for a fantastic concert opener.
This setting of Hildegard of Bingen's Ave Generosa text uses a hauntingly joyful tonality, paying homage to the mysterious story of Mary. A beautiful middle section is surrounded by contrasting
Sung on a combination of Latin and English words and punctuated by the clapping of hands, this rhythmic a cappella stunner is both stimulating and musically satisfying. Open fifths underpin a syncopated
This text is all about loving one another, a much needed sentiment in these turbulent times in which we live. The music is flowing with soaring voice leadings, modern harmonies, cascades, and chord clusters
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