A stunning arrangement of s standad by John Rutter. Flute with a cappella voices creates a distinctive sound the reflects the true nature of the song. Misty, thought provoking and timeless.
This is a new setting of a rolicking English pub song lyric. It is a celebration of the cameraderie of men singing and drinking together: "If you have a song, sir, as we go along, sir, you're next to sing,
Set to a text by the English composer William Byrd, this piece is a comically earnest list of the many health and social benefits of learning to sing. The conclusion: "Since singing is so good a thing,I
One of The King's Singers top songs, this Albert Hammond folk classic in a brilliant arrangement by Peter Knight will give advanced ensembles a diction workout! Train noises, melodic fragments and vocal
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At last, a women's choir setting of this longtime best-selling work! The humorous poem by Lewis Carroll from Through the Looking Glass is brought to life with wit and marvelous choral effects in
For better a cappella choirs, here is a whirlwind of bright harmonies, dance pulses, and syllabic play - a full-fledged theme and variations on absolutely nothing! The words are pure nonsense, but the
This often-performed, widely known selection from Offenbach's comic opera "La Jolie Parfumeuse" is a staple in the repertoire. If it's not in your library give it serious consideration. Basic
A humorous musical PSA about concert etiquette written in the style of a Gilbert and Sullivan patter song. Fun to sing, and your audience will appreciate the reminder to silence their cell phones and pagers
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