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
With lyrics inspired by candid conversations with young singers, the inspiring, powerful message of this song really is the voices of all children proclaiming "Look out world, here we are! We are the here
This lovely setting of a timeless text features warm a cappella harmonies with peaceful resolution and artful syllabic stress. Cluster chords and soaring lines create a simple yet stunning moment of
A Celtic inspired setting of the traditional Irish blessing text is supplemented with Latin phrases that echo the sentiment and layer the texture with elegance. The flowing piano accompaniment frames
This song of celebration is rhythmic and syncopated with effective use of mixed meter. Using just a touch of Latin with the word "cantate," the text is mostly in English. Plenty of unison and two-part
"The song we sing is meant to bring a moment of truth in soft weather, where care and worry lift away and we can breathe together ... for we are home." Robert Bode's text of togetherness is the perfect way
Lilting and dance-like, this traditional a cappella madrigal will be a delight to learn and perform with SATB choirs, especially developing choirs being introduced to the genre. With its brisk tempo,
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
The consummate concert closer! "A sound of hope, a sound of peace, a sound that celebrates and speaks what we believe. A sound of love, a sound so strong. It's amazing what is given when we share a song.
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This vibrant celebration in classic ABA form has a nice, syncopated opening and a contrasting lyrical middle section. It consists primarily of unison writing with some easily taught moments of two- and
This stately and elegant setting of Purcell's masterwork from Birthday Ode for Queen Mary is adapted specifically for developing choirs. With vocal ranges that work well for young singers, the
This work is a thoughtful and reflective setting of two great Irving Berlin songs, Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, with text from the Emma Lazarus poem The New Colossus, and
This welcoming piece translates as "Rejoice!" and is an energetic, rhythmic, festive way to open your concert. Body percussion, stamping, clapping, and snapping all add to the crisp a cappella choral
This inspirational song encourages you to find your own voice and to feel empowered to have an impact on the world. Uplifting, positive, and joyful, this song is a perfect fit for any concert or ceremony,
Choirs will love the rhythmic drive and energy of this meaningful composition. The Ojibway text means "Come in, two-legged beings. Come in all people. There is good life here." A wonderful opening
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