This arrangement of "Siyahamba" gives it an authentic feel that is lively and infectious. It opens with one voice part calling to another to build dramatic chords of invitation. The traditional South
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This 19th-century soldiers' song paints a humorous view of army life and will be a fun tongue-in-cheek novelty for a young male choir! Great staging and choreography adds a comedic touch to your next
"Love then, with all of your heart, and light the world with your better part. For where'er you go, whatever good you do, the gift you give will come back to you." This invigorating setting of the popular
Educational opportunities abound with this lively arrangement of a Stephen Foster folk song. Creative, fun to sing, and perfect for developing treble choirs, this well-crafted arrangement distributes the
An energetic, vigorous, and virile arrangement of the classic sea shanty. Flowing and easy to learn vocal lines with plenty of support and tonal help from the well-crafted piano part, this
This modern folk song is whimsical, lively, and fun to sing while providing plenty of good teaching opportunities. The well-written accompaniment, with optional parts for fiddle, string bass, banjo and
This German folk song is both novel and accessible for the developing treble choir. A German pronunciation guide in the octavo plus a downloadable audio guide support the learning of the text, which can
May Day Carol is a beautiful English folk song which affords singers opportunities for musical growth in phrasing, range extension, and balance, as each part sings the melody throughout the song.
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