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This lively, rhythmic and humorous arrangement is pure fun from start to finish, not to mention easy to learn! Hand-clappin', hootin' and hollerin' and even some barking and howling fill the verses and
Using the popular folksongs Shenandoah and The Water Is Wide, Don and Nancy have written a marvelous arrangement with fluid vocal lines to let you concentrate on the beauty of choral sound
Only Mark Hayes could write such an enthralling arrangement of this timeless Irish air. Scored for voices, piano, flute, and optional percussion, it features a shimmering accompaniment and a flute obbligato
Stephen Foster wrote this song that tells a story of work, love, and life along the river in 1860 when steamboats were an essential part of American commerce and culture. The robust harmonies are well
American music at its best! There are sure to be some misty eyes when you perform this spine-chilling arrangement. Mark has expertly arranged this American folk classic to start softly with a harmonica solo
The pulsing beat and the drum-like accompaniment in this energized arrangement of a Native American folk song is absolutely infectious! Pentatonic melodies, open intervals, echoing sections, and rhythmic
This arrangement of the famous Scottish folksong uses open fifths in the accompaniment to enhance the Scottish flavor. It will give your ensemble a chance to show their expressive side. "...but me and my
This delightful a cappella reel, traditionally sung and played at Scottish weddings, is toe-tappin' fun! From the opening unison statement until the final chord, men's ensembles can explore a different
Here's a flexibly voiced arrangement of the foot-stompin', hand-clappin' American folk song that is perfect for middle school choirs. The words always get laughs, as the title character washes his face in a
A very different kind of setting of Shenandoah for four-part men's choir. Lovely piano accompaniment with added cello
This haunting Scottish folk song with a beautiful text by Robert Louis Stevenson tells the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie's escape from the British. The traditional melody is arranged in a setting that is
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