Originally cut from Disney's "Hunchback of Notre Dame" animated movie, but revived and placed as the final song in the Broadway stage production, this gorgeous ballad expresses Esmeralda's final hopes and
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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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From Trans-Siberian Orchestra's triple-platinum album Christmas Eve and Other Stories, this famous combination of Pachelbel's Canon with patterned vocal parts that can be quickly taught and layered
This fun tune was premiered by jazz legend Louis Armstrong and nominated for an Academy Award in 1938. The lighthearted, innocently flirtatious song has since become an iconic jazz standard. This fantastic
A fresh paring of two beloved American folk songs which will offer a moment of peaceful reflection at your concert or festival. The fluid accompaniment ties the two songs together, both culturally and
A fast swing intro punctuated by piano, bass, drums, and finger snaps leads into a jazzy arrangement of the traditional spiritual unlike any you've ever heard. The choral parts are fun to sing with scoops,
After opening with a deeply reflective solo, this offering turns into a boisterous gospel anthem. Independent parts are used in this arrangement, and women's and men's voices both split into three
Develop intonation, blend, rhythm, and solo techniques with this vocal jazz setting of a song originally made famous by Petula Clark in 1965. Solo opportunities, including a written-out scat solo, and parts
Your centerpiece Christmas setting has arrived! This Dan Forrest arrangement of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing has everything you need. It is arranged for SATB voices (also SSAA and TTBB) and
The final movement from the song cycle Like Dust I Rise brings Maya Angelou's most popular poem about triumph over adversity brilliantly to life in this vivid setting by Mark Hayes. The bright
This is the opening movement to the choral song cycle Like Dust I Rise. In 1993, Maya Angelou recited this poem at the inauguration of President Bill Clinton, making her the first African American
The second movement from the choral song cycle Like Dust I Rise is a folk-like setting of Maya Angelou's empowering poem, which compares a bird's longing to be liberated with that of all people.
A festival arrangement of the traditional carol that is sure to impress. This reimagined classic features colorful harmonies, vibrant rhythms, theme-and-variations surprises, and a fantastic accompaniment
The third movement from the choral song cycle Like Dust I Rise. This contemporary gospel-style rouser denounces oppression and serves as a choral anthem for equal rights. A confident solo voice
Dry Bones has never been this much fun! Mark begins by telling the story of Ezekiel's vision with his own original lyrics. Wonderful changes in feeling, sometimes dramatic, sometimes rhythmic, make
Incorporating the spirituals Oh, What a Beautiful City and In Bright Mansions Above, this extraordinary work creates a poignant musical image of heaven. This is choral writing at its
One of the top standards of all time! This rich setting with dreamy rubato phrasing, warm harmonies, and the full range of emotional expressivity will be a wonderful showcase for concert, community, and pop
To honor the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, composer Dan Forrest has crafted this rich arrangement of the classic hymntune EIN FESTE BURG. Scored for choir, organ, brass and percussion, A
"Love, soft as an easy chair..." Barbra Streisand's signature ballad from her 1976 film "A Star Is Born" has a timeless message. This lush setting, with long, flowing melodic lines, will let you develop
Straight out of the hip and swinging 1960s, here's a sparkling setting of the favorite holiday tune for choirs in four parts! First featured on The Andy Williams Christmas Album, and recorded by a myriad of
"If we all sing one song, one song of love, one song of peace, one song to make all our troubles cease..." This pop song from 1991 sings so beautifully for choir in this stirring, soulful arrangement, it is
Everyone will enjoy this Tony-nominated number from "Something Rotten!" While trying their best to compete with the wildly successful William Shakespeare, the Bottom brothers, Nick and Nigel, follow the
Only Mark Hayes could write such an enthralling arrangement of this timeless Irish air. Scored for voices, piano, flute, and optional percussion, it features a shimmering accompaniment and a flute obbligato
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