This opening chorus from Smetana's most beloved folk opera is filled with the popular spirit, sounds and rhythms of Czech folk music. The effervescence of the music and the camaraderie of the villagers -
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From the French opera "Armide" comes this joyous chorus for women's voices. Distinctly Baroque, this SSA arrangement includes a brief instrumental introduction, optional parts for two flutes and hand drum
This Baroque opera chorus from Vivaldi's "La fida ninfa" was first heard at the grand opening of the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona, Italy. Skillfully arranged for younger choirs, it features buoyant choral
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
This short duet from the 18th-century opera "La Molinara" by Giovanni Paisiello is an ideal selection for women's choirs to develop diction and dramatic expression of the text. Excellent for
A popular choice with festival choirs, this contemporary a cappella setting of a text by Michael Dennis Browne is from the opera "The Three Hermits."
George Gershwin's highly evocative writing mixes elements of jazz with art song to create a masterwork of the 20th century. This tasteful choral setting weaves the melody through different voices with
Translating to English as "Awaken My Heart," this da capo aria from Handel's opera "Giulio Cesare" is full of drama and expression. Choirs in middle school and high school will enjoy the opportunity to
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