This Baroque selection has been adapted for treble voices and given an accessible piano accompaniment in this excellent arrangement. Stylistically authentic, it gives great opportunity to teach musical
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Now available in a TTBB voicing, this authentic arrangement of the classic motet gives men's and mixed choirs the opportunity to perform this important piece by one of the most important composers of the
"Be thou a bright flame before me, be thou a guiding star above me, be thou a smooth path below me." A poem from the Gaelic folklore collection Carmina Gadelica provides the lyrics for this gentle
The traditional Latin Eucharistic text is set in a lush, modern choral style with long phrases and beautiful cadences. Rich harmonies and soaring melodic lines offer an expression of devotion in this sacred
Adapted from a Bach cantata, this joyful work will allow younger ensembles the opportunity to experience Baroque music and develop important performance techniques for tone, style and expression. A superb
This poem was discovered in a dark cellar in Cologne, Germany where thousands of Jews hid from persecution from the Nazis. "I believe in the sun even when it is not shining... I believe in God, even when He
Joyful Latin phrases echo back and forth in this spirited original work for young singers. Well-written melodies combine in joyful harmony building to a buoyant final descant, creating a brief section of
Adapted from a choral movement from the oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus," this is a wonderfully joyful anthem for treble singers and an excellent introduction to Baroque style!
Vivid rhythms and exciting minor to major tonalities are the hallmark of this concert selection. Fine choral writing for young voices is brilliantly displayed, with great vocal ranges for the changing voice
This special set of three short pieces is great for captivating and motivating developing choirs; it is now available for SATB choirs as well. The easy, repeated Latin phrases come to life with fresh
Well-crafted for developing mixed choirs, this up-tempo work is an ideal selection for concert and festival choirs. Featuring repeated sections, syncopation, easily-learned Latin text and vivid dynamic
Create a moment of reverence and reflection with this English Renaissance anthem, now arranged for men's voices. Ideal for concert and worship. Very accessible and highly recommended!
The treasured text, "May the road rise up to greet you..." is warmly set for mixed voices and piano by Belfast Cathedral composer Philip Stopford. A perfect concert or service benediction!
This tender setting of the William Blake poem is expressive with accessible, well-crafted voice parts and a delicate piano accompaniment. It is a perfect selection for building choral skills and for groups
This is gorgeous! With a text from the Hebrew liturgy, and based on a Jewish folk melody, this rich setting is a prayer for peace. Perform it with the sensitive piano accompaniment or add a small consort of
This bright, festive work opens with an upbeat A section, full of fun syncopations and interesting meter changes, then moves into a lyrical, flowing B section and finally returns to a variation of the
Choirs that are not prepared to perform one of the larger, more difficult settings of the "Requiem" should consider this reverent work, which alternates between Latin and English texts. The work establishes
Bright syncopations, mixed meter, and a contrasting, slower middle section distinguish this original festival work as one of the best available. With limited vocal ranges and varied textures, it will be a
From Vivaldi's ever-popular Gloria, this is the joyous opening movement, arranged for male voices. An excellent selection for concert or festival!
This buoyant original work will be an excellent and accessible piece for contest, festival and concert performance, with a rhythmic, lively refrain contrasted with a somewhat more lyrical section. The text
Here is a joyful, celebratory original work that is well crafted for younger performers. A good "first piece in Latin," it's a great starter piece for a young choir in middle school or early high
This original a cappella setting of a Latin hymn text is a fervent, expressive outpouring of devotion. A translation/pronunciation guide is included.
This work for unaccompanied mixed voices and two soloists is a setting of a traditional Holocaust melody for a moving tribute to those who perished. A powerful and dramatic selection for remembrance and
Don't miss this accessible arrangement of the famous chorus from Handel's oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus." The piano accompaniment is not difficult, and the two-part voicing brings the work within the reach of
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