This tremendously fun arrangement of a South African greeting song exclaims, "Iyo hlonolofatsa, Ka lebitso la ntate," which translates as, "Bless everything in the name of the Father." Featuring a soloist,
A meditation on the mystery and wonder of music, this Estonian tone poem is a little gem for a cappella choirs. With gorgeous harmonies that intensify the text, this will resonate deeply with your singers.
In this beautiful work by Estonian composer Paert Uusberg, a poem by Ernst Enno speaks of evening and of the images we associate with dusk. The tonalities, both familiar and other-worldly, will make this a
Featuring alternating English, Basque and Latin text, this thrilling setting proclaims the joy of singing to God. Already much-loved around the world due to performances at the 2011 World Choral Symposium
Here's a lively and fun selection in Spanish for women's voices, featuring a piano accompaniment characteristic of Cuban rhythms and harmonies. This is an impressive concert or festival piece for treble
Here is an incredibly dynamic adaptation of a popular French folk song. Quick and rhythmic, the work reflects the determination and liveliness of the girl in the poem who won't let others dictate her love
Here is a very cool, catchy a cappella piece with a Haitian Creole text and English subtext. It's based on the Song of Solomon, and the parts for claves, bongos and guiro add a lot to the fun. A
If you have a good soprano soloist, you'll enjoy performing this very authentic-sounding a cappella setting of the famous Chinese folk song. The melody is highlighted throughout by the use of thoughtfully
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