The rippling undulation of the river is portrayed in the piano accompaniment of this well-crafted setting for men’s voices of the American folk song. Sustained phrases and long open vowels make this
This arrangement contrasts the unbridled optimism and resolve of a person heading off to war with the bittersweet nostalgia of leaving a special person behind, along with the promise of return. In the style
Here's a sprightly folksong setting for high school or college men, with a tenor solo and optional fiddle (part included). Laden with tongue-twisting Irish brogue, it captures the authentic feel of the
This reflective setting based on the Irish folk tune Slane features warm harmonies, accessible vocal parts, and richly textured lyrics that speak of love's powerful grasp on our lives. "Love has no
This sweet setting of a Kentucky folksong will showcase your developing singers at their best, with excellent vocal ranges and well-crafted harmonies. An excellent teaching piece, with nice "oo" phrasings,
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Using the well-known American folk song Vive la Compagnie as inspiration, this arrangement is carefully composed to avoid awkward skips, making this classic song accessible to middle school choirs
After racking up over a million views on YouTube, this unique a cappella stunner by Brigham Young University's Vocal Point and the All-American Boys Chorus is now available for SATB divisi choirs.
The melody of this traditional Irish folk ballad begins in unison and then cascades into a contrapuntal wordless vocalise that mirrors the imagery of the text. Beautiful a cappella harmonies are created
This original sea chantey is expressly designed for two-part male ensembles. Contrary motion, canonic counterpoint, and comfortable ranges make it easy for your boys to sound like men. Bring out the
Mark Weston offers this energetic slice of musical Americana that is perfect for showcasing the guys in your program. Playful text and engaging melodic repetition make this piece quick to learn and a great
Specifically designed for young men's voices, this arrangement features a vocal hoedown section which terraces the vocal parts one by one until there is a sense of vocal energy which demands a sudden ending
Stephen Foster's snapshot of 1860s Americana is given a rollicking, energetic treatment by Hagler. Full of color and rhythmic interest and including an independent piano part that adds to the excitement,
A rousing, high-energy and accessible two-minute showstopper based on the American folk song favorites Turkey in the Straw; Skip to My Lou; Hop Up, My Ladies; Old Brass Wagon and Old Dan
A very different kind of setting of Shenandoah for four-part men's choir. Lovely piano accompaniment with added cello
Featuring original music that displays the full strength and sonority of men’s voices coupled with a rich, folk-like nineteenth-century text, this spirited selection is a great choice for contest and
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