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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.
This exciting, rhythmically charged original will showcase your men's choir. The aggressive accompaniment propels the interesting vocal lines forward, with singing of "Hosanna in excelsis Deo!" Divisi is
This simplified version of Vivaldi's Baroque classic enables choirs of varying abilities to enjoy success. Thorough performance notes offer advice on how to achieve an authentic performance. Text is in
This edition exemplifies Johann Michael Haydn's masterful writing, making the work accessible to choirs of varying abilities. If you are looking for a teaching piece as an introduction to the Classical
"Come my way my truth and life; such a way as give us breath..." George Herbert's famous poem is treated with reverence in this singable setting. Unison melodies give way to lovely, accessible and
The words to this hymn have long served as a balm for the suffering that life inevitably presents. Ulrich's unique arrangement is unpredictable, with shifting meters and vocal pairings. The piano
A fanfare-like piano introduction sets the tone for this solid, rhythmic, tuneful setting. "Jubilate Deo! Sing with joy to God all the earth. Sing in exultation! Serve the Lord with gladness. Laudate..."
This tender love song, with text taken from Ruth 1:16, is filled with harmonic colors, beautiful choral lines, wonderful chord clusters, and has an artful piano accompaniment that helps set the mood.
This modern performance edition of Aiblinger's De Profundis is based on a hand-copied score found in Dresden, Germany and adheres closely to the original source. Mixed ensembles of all sizes will
This bold, celebratory adaptation of Psalm 8 is a must for high school and collegiate women's choirs. Canticle is a dance of joy that culminates in ecstatic, nearly frenzied exclamations of
Here is a fresh, celebratory setting of the traditional Psalm text, in Latin. Each vocal line is a lyrical melody, contributing to a beautiful a cappella texture that is full of contrast and expressiveness.
Although the text is taken from the Marian O Antiphons, which celebrate the onset of the Christmas season, this a cappella work is by no means limited to performance at Christmas. As the work
This fine edition is becoming a popular choice with festival a cappella choirs.
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