Here is a fantastic resource for introducing madrigals of the Renaissance to the developing ensembles or groups with limited male singers. The five works by Thomas Weelkes are: Come, Let's Begin; Four
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This collection of a cappella jazz standards delivers plenty of musical flair at a value! Perform these pop and jazz classics with your concert choir, or use as a curriculum with your vocal jazz group. And
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Just like many pop songs of today, English Renaissance madrigals, the pop songs of their time, mention loved ones by name. Two of the most frequent to crop up are Phyllis and Amaryllis, both names derived
The second volume in the popular A Cappella! series from Sing! features nine concert and festival selections for developing TB choirs from creative writers Greg Gilpin, Victor C. Johnson and Mark Patterson.
From the Barbershop Harmony Society, this collection of eight country songs arranged in the barbershop style will get your toes tappin', feet stompin', and voices ringin'! From beloved ballads to fast-paced
In their travels, the King's Singers have amassed a wonderful collection of songs from countries around the world that they regularly visit. Featured on their album, Postcards, here are several of their
A Cappella! is a collection featuring nine concert and festival selections for young and developing two-part treble choirs. The complete edition is reproducible and also includes a Rehearsal
Here is the second volume of standard songs from the Barbershop Harmony Society. Song titles include: After You've Gone; Caroline; From the First Hello to the Last Goodbye; Goodbye, My Coney Island
From the Barbershop Harmony Society, here's a collection of Stephen Foster favorites arranged for four-part a cappella singing.
This great collection lets men sing four-part a cappella harmony with a professionally recorded barbershop quartet. The books, which include TTBB parts and the CDs, feature full performances. Just turn on
This collection is a fantastic resource for introducing the music of English Renaissance composer John Dowland to the male ensemble. The five well-known and representative works include: Come Again,
Seven of Eric Whitacre's extraordinary a cappella choral compositions are available in this collection: A Boy and a Girl; Go, Lovely Rose; Lux Aurumque; Nox Aurumque; Sleep; This Marriage and
This great collection lets men sing four-part a cappella harmony with a professionally recorded barbershop quartet. The book includes TTBB parts and the CD features full performances. Just turn on the CD,
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