Easy and absolutely beautiful for men's a cappella voices, this setting of the beloved Latin text is not to be missed! Whatever the level of your male ensemble, it will showcase your voices in fine style.
Here's as easy introduction to part singing for young voices. It's the familiar tune O Waly, Waly, also known as The Water Is Wide, set to original lyrics: "A tiny child was born this
Here's a swingin' gospel treatment of Rise Up, Shepherd, And Follow that your ensemble will enjoy singing year after year! It's a great confidence-builder, an exciting audience-pleaser, and just
This arrangement of a lovely French carol may be performed in French or English. With canonic-like imitation throughout, this is a sensitive, haunting, beautiful carol, a programming must for holiday
If you're looking for the perfect arrangements to use for both caroling and concert, look no further! Perform Deck the Hall and We Three Kings a cappella or with piano, in
This strophic setting, based on an ancient Advent play, depicts each of the three Magi in the bass, baritone and tenor sections, respectively. Effective as a processional, but also successful when performed
This accessible setting of the traditional English carol provides many opportunities for Part 2 to sing the melody. Strophic in nature, the arrangement features varied textures in each verse, and is truly
O Come, All Ye Faithful; Hark! The Herald Angels Sing and Good Christian Men, Rejoice comprise this mini-collection for a cappella treble voices. Perform it as a set, or sing each carol
In this setting of a traditional Irish carol, a Latin vocal fanfare on "Venite adoremus Dominum," supported by a brass-like piano accompaniment, returns throughout the work before each English verse and
This lightly syncopated original tune is effectively paired with the familiar words of Away in a Manger, and the result is easy to sing and easy to like! Add the optional percussion to enhance the
Discover the carols hidden in the fabric of this beautiful setting of Gustav Holst's well-known Christmas work. In addition to the allusions to other carols, the fluid vocal parts feature virtually every
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