This G. Schirmer arrangement of Mozart's communion motet Ave Verum, for choir and organ accompaniment. A singable English text and the original Latin text are included.
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This bright, festive work opens with an upbeat A section, full of fun syncopations and interesting meter changes, then moves into a lyrical, flowing B section and finally returns to a variation of the
An excellent introduction to singing in Latin, this jubilant, buoyant setting of the traditional text is perfect for young treble choirs. It will be easily learned and very impressive in performance!
Well-crafted for developing mixed choirs, this up-tempo work is an ideal selection for concert and festival choirs. Featuring repeated sections, syncopation, easily-learned Latin text and vivid dynamic
This joyous work in Latin and English is perfect for young choirs in concert, contest and festival performances! Featuring fine choral writing, it incorporates excellent ranges, accommodates the changing
Joyful Latin phrases echo back and forth in this spirited original work for young singers. Well-written melodies combine in joyful harmony building to a buoyant final descant, creating a brief section of
Here is a joyful, celebratory original work that is well crafted for younger performers. A good "first piece in Latin," it's a great starter piece for a young choir in middle school or early high
Adapted from a Bach cantata, this joyful work will allow younger ensembles the opportunity to experience Baroque music and develop important performance techniques for tone, style and expression. A superb
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