This triumphant setting of the traditional Latin text features a bright, energetic accompaniment and includes a pronunciation and translation guide. The expressive contrasts between sections and the canonic
Commissioned as the finale for the 2015 ACDA High School Honor Choir concert, this gospel-style selection features energetic vocals supported by a driving piano accompaniment. Singers and audiences alike
Lloyd Larson's thrilling setting of Angels We Have Heard on High will have everyone singing "Gloria!" Fitting for school or church use, the combination of singable vocal lines, a persistently
Introduce your middle school mixed choir to the joys of singing Handel's "Messiah." This carefully scored edition of the beloved chorus has a reconfigured piano part to lend essential support to younger
Open your program with this invigorating selection that pairs driving music with a joyful Latin text. Comfortable ranges and mostly step-wise motion in the vocal parts spell success for individual choirs
This gently moving medley of Angels from the Realms of Glory and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing features effective scoring for women's voices that ties perfectly with a lovely, unifying
For the beginning SATB choir, this easy setting of the traditional Latin text is lyrical, expressive and easy to teach. A supportive yet contrasting piano accompaniment adds just the right touch to the
Victor Johnson carefully and sensitively arranged Vivaldi's iconic choral masterwork for the everlasting benefit of two-part choirs. The comfortable vocal ranges and natural voice leading create a positive
This skillful adaptation of Air from Handel's "Water Music Suite" includes abundant repetition of musical material and solid vocal scoring. In Latin, with English subtext. Includes a part for
Familiar lines from Philippians are sensitively set with an introspective original melody to create this concert feature for mixed ensembles of all sizes. "Whatsoever things bring love and cheer, virtue and
This uplifting setting of a traditional Latin text will make the perfect opening statement on your next concert. Extended repetition helps to ease the learning process while saving rehearsal time.
"Make my heart a place where angels sing... and teach that heart to swell with heavenly melody, their own untired employ." Replete with modern harmonies, melismatic passages and shifting harmonies,
Inspired by the Byrd Haec dies, this very accessible arrangement, using only the word "alleluia," provides a nice introduction to counterpoint and independent signing for a developing choir. Piano
At long last, this perennial favorite from Handel's "Messiah" is now available for three-part mixed ensembles in a simplified yet authentic arrangement that will enhance the sound of any size choir. Lowered
"I shall lay me down in peace and take my rest." Appropriate in either school or church settings, this stunning a cappella concert setting of a verse from Psalms uses closely knit harmonies and inventive
A warm, embracing, and melodically driven interpretation of the traditional Latin text with a universal message for all time is carefully scored for the middle school choir. Lovely harmonic moments
This time-honored choral classic from the pen of a very young Mozart is now available in a fresh, new, authentic, and complete arrangement for women's choir. Carefully crafted vocal lines combine with a
This dazzling gospel work is the third movement of Andre J. Thomas' Gospel Mass. Alternate large choral and soli sections throughout add color and variety. This concert selection will allow
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