The perfect opener for your holiday concert or madrigal dinner, this inspired original partners with Deck the Hall and has all the color and pageantry of a Renaissance court celebration. Optional
Here is an easy processional - a stately three-part canon with madrigal-style counterpoint. Festive flute and hand drum parts add a Renaissance touch to this piece, which has only twelve bars of singing to
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Develop your choir's a cappella skills with this straightforward original madrigal that employs traditional harmonies, modest ranges, and lots of repetition, making it a quickly learned piece. An excellent
Add a Renaissance touch to your holiday concerts! Madrigal for Christmas is fashioned after the ballettos of Italy which featured the popular "fa la la" refrains. In this piece, Morley uses a
Terraced dynamics, contrapuntal textures, and a general buoyancy give a traditional madrigal feel to this a cappella Christmas original. Perform it around your community, caroling door to door, or as a
Based on a galliard by Elizabethan composer Antony Holborne, this adaptation for voices includes a festive text that will be ideal for madrigal dinners and holiday programs. Short, sweet, and to the point,
Music and merriment abound in this original madrigal-style work for a cappella voices. Includes choruses of Ding Dong! Merrily on High and We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a good measure
Bright and sophisticated, this lesser-known work by John Henry Hopkins, Jr. is arranged in a charming a cappella setting. Each verse creates a vision of the Christmas season. An excellent processional or
The original five-part version of this Morley madrigal is featured here as an arrangement for three-part mixed voices with an optional baritone part. Modernized words, new dynamic indications, and optional
Welcomed repetition and smart voice leading pave the way to success for developing three-part choirs. The guys sing in their easiest range; the sopranos, a mostly step-wise melody; and the altos, intuitive
The sixteenth-century German composer Johannes Eccard was a pupil of Orlando di Lasso and an important figure of the Protestant Reformation. This five-voice partsong in German will be a buoyant and joyful
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