Wena Wedwa is a tremendous song of praise from Africa. The vocal parts are accessible and repetitive, so learning the initial rhythms and texts is well worth the effort. Add a soloist and percussion to take
Sarah Quartel gives us a fresh take on a familiar 15th-century Christmas text with her arrangement for unaccompanied SSAA voices with an optional part for handbells, percussion, or the chime stop on the
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With the option to perform a cappella or with basso continuo and cello, Monteverdi's masterwork breathes new life in this edited version for divisi mixed choirs. An exciting texture that bridges the
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
This joyful text celebrates the beauty found all around us in everyday life. Characterized by tight harmonies and a dynamic percussion line, the buoyant 7/8 meter of the opening drives the piece forward.
A lush, warm, and flowing setting of this sacred text in the way only Esenvalds can do it. Absolutely stunning.
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
Norwegian pop group a-ha had a worldwide hit in 1985 with this synth-pop song. A cappella sensation Pentatonix created a stellar a cappella version where all those cool pop effects are moved to the voices.
With a melody of unknown origin and a text written by Samuel Francis Smith, this work was given its first public performance on July 4, 1831 at an Independence Day celebration in Boston. It was published a
Composed as a tribute to the victims of the global refugee crisis, this piece utilizes modern a cappella harmonies, cluster chords and chant-like melodies to create a gorgeous setting of the Latin text from
This is a tremendously fun and rowdy folk song. With accessible vocal lines, this arrangement will work well for a wide variety of choirs and will be a favorite of your audiences. From the set of Five
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
Here's a fresh arrangement of the national anthem that is spot on for contemporary a cappella singers! Combining the traditional with some tighter contemporary harmonies and a clever modulation to
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
Set to the Latin Pulchra es amica mea text from Song of Solomon, this a cappella work is inspired by the beauty of the aurora borealis as seen by the composer in his native Norway.
Energetic and rhythmic, this original a cappella Christmas spiritual has all the right elements for an impressive choral statement. With echoing parts and layering of voices, plus some divisi and an
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A gentle, lilting setting of a traditional Navajo prayer with an optional Navajo flute introduction. An excellent concert closer or quiet encore.
A collection of three early American folk hymns: Hallelujah, a six-part a cappella setting of the Sacred Harp tune; Angel Band, an eight-part a cappella setting of the beloved William
A dynamic a cappella original with a festival feel! The opening chordal style introduces a jubilant motive in the upper voices that gives a solid foundation for the contrasting bass part. A contrasting
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A rhythmic ostinato on "Veni, veni" and optional percussion (triangle, tambourine and drum) infuse the traditional Advent carol with such unrelenting energy, the effect on the listener is mesmerizing!
A brilliant collaborative effort between long-time colleagues Tim Sharp, Executive Director of American Choral Directors Association, and highly-respected composer and arranger Wes Ramsay, Come Away to the
First written as the bright, opening movement of Heavenly Home: Three American Songs, this enduring gospel favorite is set with a straightforward first verse and chorus. The next two verses combine
This original work utilizes musical phrases and rhythms assembled from Native American chants mixed with new music filled with cultural sensitivity and awareness. A cappella with Native American instruments
Written and performed by a cappella supergroup Pentatonix, this gentle ballad presents an inspirational text in a setting with close harmonies and exquisite phrasing. This arrangement is unique, as the
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