Often translated as "times gone by" or "days long ago," this is a song of friendship and goodwill. Traditionally associated with New Year's Eve festivities, this Scottish air is also appropriate as a
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Hand claps, knee slaps, foot stomps, and rhythmic vocal speech make this a must-do folk song arrangement for mixed, three-part, and male choirs. Full of quick-witted humor and down-home hillbilly fun, it's
Only Mark Hayes could write such an enthralling arrangement of this timeless Irish air. Scored for voices, piano, flute, and optional percussion, it features a shimmering accompaniment and a flute obbligato
Cleverly conceived vocal lines and subtle musical nuances bring the words of a 19th-century Shaker hymn to life in an Early American style. This setting presents many educational opportunities for the
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
This a cappella choral classic is now more accessible to a larger ensemble while still preserving the endearing elements of the original. Considered one of the most beautiful melodies in the world, this
A clever a cappella medley of three jigs with a rich historical heritage: The Swallow's Tail; Morrison's Jig and The Irish Washerwoman. The fiddle part is split between the two upper
A polite adaptation of the traditional bawdy song by famed Scottish poet Robert Burns. This charming version presents a poignant and emotive consideration of human relationships and aging. The music and
Written as part of a choral cycle, this Scottish folk song accompanied only by percussion has wonderful melodic lines, beautiful sonorities, and a tenor solo. Technically challenging with mixed meters
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Rhythmic excitement abounds in this exciting arrangement of the traditional folk song for mixed voices. A superb choice for concert or festival as well as an excellent selection for choirs seeking to move
This beautiful folk ballad from 17th-century England is haunting and timeless. The lyrics tell the story of an immigrant looking for love in a new and unfamiliar land. Each of the three verses varies in
Brazilian folk song. A cappella with optional percussion. Pronunciation (IPA) and Translation included. Lyrical sections interspersed with rhythmic sections with some fun percussion added. Excellent
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