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
A beautiful adaptation of this Schubert standard for men's ensembles. This piece is equally appropriate for concert or worship settings and presents wonderful teaching opportunities for lyrical singing
For the emerging choir, this energetic choral work offers an introduction to the traditional Latin text with compound meter and accessible choral parts. Whether chosen for its educational features, its
Adapted from a Bach cantata, this joyful work will allow younger ensembles the opportunity to experience Baroque music and develop important performance techniques for tone, style and expression. A superb
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Joyful Latin phrases echo back and forth in this spirited original work for young singers. Well-written melodies combine in joyful harmony building to a buoyant final descant, creating a brief section of
Joyous and uplifting, this vibrant setting of the familiar Latin text is a concert and festival winner. The 6/8 meter is ideally suited to a buoyant style, creating a light, sophisticated dance-like feel.
This dramatic and dynamic fanfare or call to worship with a text from Psalm 100, verses 1 and 2 are enhanced by a vibrant, rhythmic piano accompaniment. An exuberant and energetic showcase for treble
Whether performed on risers, as a processional, or encircling the audience, this celebratory fanfare is the perfect opening number for concert or festival and is appropriate for use throughout the school
Lightfoot's expressive and poignant setting of the traditional Latin text, "on earth, peace," is graced by sweeping melody lines, a contrasting middle section in minor mode, and a pensive, thoughtful
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
This luscious and sensitive setting of the traditional Latin text exudes a gentle simplicity, with soaring melodic lines and a fluid accompaniment. A pronunciation and translation guide is provided.
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
This stunning work for young and developing voices is simply beautiful, with easy, lyrical melodic lines and a sumptuous harmonic texture. The three-line Latin text, from the requiem mass, is equally
Well-crafted for developing mixed choirs, this up-tempo work is an ideal selection for concert and festival choirs. Featuring repeated sections, syncopation, easily-learned Latin text and vivid dynamic
Now developing mixed or treble choirs can sing this English Renaissance canon, arranged with piano accompaniment. Text is in Latin throughout; translation and historical notes are included.
Here is a fresh-sounding, easy and bright concert work that is perfect for middle school and even high school freshman women's choirs. The music ebbs and flows with forward motion and positive energy to a
This tender setting of the William Blake poem is expressive with accessible, well-crafted voice parts and a delicate piano accompaniment. It is a perfect selection for building choral skills and for groups
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
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
Add some flourish to your next concert by programming this jubilant original featuring a macaronic text of Latin and English. Some accessible mixed meter adventures are sprinkled throughout this dynamic
Developing choirs will be motivated and engaged by this unique set of three, short, original a cappella pieces. Written in contrasting styles, the opening Gloria In Excelsis Deo is exuberant and
This esteemed classic has been recorded by world-famous soloists such as Kiri Te Kanawa and Rene Fleming. Now, choral groups can perform Faure's beautiful music with this well-crafted, smartly-edited
Appropriate for any festival or concert performance, this highly energetic piece provides an accessible opportunity for young singers to experience success. This is a great teaching piece and a great
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