Stephen Foster's snapshot of 1860s Americana is given a rollicking, energetic treatment by Hagler. Full of color and rhythmic interest and including an independent piano part that adds to the excitement,
Here's a sprightly folksong setting for high school or college men, with a tenor solo and optional fiddle (part included). Laden with tongue-twisting Irish brogue, it captures the authentic feel of the
A very different kind of setting of Shenandoah for four-part men's choir. Lovely piano accompaniment with added cello
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Featuring original music that displays the full strength and sonority of men’s voices coupled with a rich, folk-like nineteenth-century text, this spirited selection is a great choice for contest and
Unison vocal textures on winsome melodies predominate in this inspirational setting of three Shaker tunes: "O Brethren, Ain't Ye Happy?" "Love Is Little" and "Simple Gifts." A lively, lilting piano
From Newfoundland comes this comical retelling of "Jonah and the Whale," but this time the whale gets his comeuppance! This bright and up-beat arrangement is a novel delight for both SAB and two-part
This jaunty, rhythmic English folk song references astronomy and Biblical text, building one number upon the next, reminiscent of There's a Hole in the Bottom of the Sea. Excellent for
This beautiful Folk song has been arranged many times. Rarely, if ever, have the words and music been beautifully merged. Both love and despair are delicately depicted in this beautiful new setting by
This delightfully captivating arrangement of the popular American folksong standard features sensitive chord voicings and independent vocal nuances that create an intimate musical experience. It is equally
Masterfully crafted with a traditional harmonization, this piece is an eloquent showcase for mixed or men's choirs. The addition of the SoundPax instrumentation (strings, flute, and percussion) will make
A lovely and very accessible arrangement of the traditional British folk song for women's voices. Set in minor with a melancholy feel and well crafted harmonic part writing. Solo or soli opportunities in
Like most popular Scottish folksongs, this one is rooted in history, but now has been transformed into a nonsense song. Aiken Drum, with his clothes made of tasty food, is creatively portrayed here in this
Rhythmic excitement abounds in this exciting arrangement of the traditional folk song for mixed voices. A superb choice for concert or festival as well as an excellent selection for choirs seeking to move
"In Dublin's fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone..." Developing male choirs will shine while singing this range-appropriate, lilting arrangement.
This arrangement presents the challenge of singing a familiar lullaby with a freshness and a tender but well-supported tone. The contrasting middle section is intended to be dreamlike, with cascading images
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