A traditional Latin text is paired with the spirited rhythms of Africa in this joyful original concert work, which includes a contrasting "et in terra pax" section for a lovely legato in the middle of the
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This haunting melody from the Italian Renaissance has been recorded most recently by Charlotte Church and Andrea Bocelli. Patrick Liebergen's setting features straightforward vocal lines, a supportive piano
Charles Gounod's beloved Ave Maria, based on a prelude from J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, is now available for developing choirs! The melody passes through all the voice parts,
Two Latin words alternate with a predominantly English text and complement the flowing melody. Near the end, a small group descant adds a third line to the partner song format. Perfectly suited for treble
Tuneful legato lines and an original text in alternating Latin and English make this a lovely way to introduce your students to the music of J.S. Bach. Contrasting melodies pair at the end to form a partner
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Here's a quintessential bossa nova on just three Latin words from the Kyrie mass text. Bossa nova is a musical genre that began in Brazil in the 1950s that consists of the combination of samba rhythms, jazz
A haunting harmonic progression lays the framework for a descending chromatic line, which is sung by Part II and played on the bells. The arpeggiated piano part gently supports the delicate melody,
Pierpoint's famous For the Beauty of the Earth text is given new energy with a contemporary groove. Canonic verses and sensible repetition make for easy learning. An exciting song of praise
Composed as a special commission for the North Carolina All-State Honors Chorus, this contemporary concert work is satisfying from start to finish. The exuberant music provides a joyful foundation for a
An accessible choral setting featuring a one-octave melody, imitative textures, independent vocal parts, and an easily learned Latin text make this an ideal selection for developing choirs. The interplay
With contrapuntal counterlines and vocal parts limited to one octave each, this simple Latin text setting makes it easy for two-part treble and men's groups to make a positive impression! The optional
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