This Irish sea shanty from the mid 1800s is driven by a half-note pulse, with an accompaniment that keeps the piece propelling forward. It makes a wonderful selection for developing male voices teaching
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This 19th-century soldiers' song paints a humorous view of army life and will be a fun tongue-in-cheek novelty for a young male choir! Great staging and choreography adds a comedic touch to your next
The deep longing of the lonesome traveler reflecting on his girl back home forms the emotional centerpiece of this expressive folk setting for men's voices. A superb showcase for TTB choirs from high school
Everyone knows this song, considered the anthem of the American West. This a cappella arrangement will show off your choir's tuning and blend, with unison lines blossoming into full harmonies. An accessible
Everyone knows this as a cowboy song, but Roger Emerson has uncovered a quality in it that no one knew was there. Set in a haunting, contemporary style, the tune takes on a freshness that brings it into our
The rippling undulation of the river is portrayed in the piano accompaniment of this well-crafted setting for men’s voices of the American folk song. Sustained phrases and long open vowels make this
Your men's choir will show their sensitive side with this lovely Scottish folksong from the Outer Hebrides. Translated loosely as "Bring me o'er, dear one," this lyrical work expresses the pain of being far
Your men's choir will have a rollicking good time with this traditional and accessible glee club favorite that will also build diction, rhythm, intonation and expressions. An excellent closer or encore!
Three classic songs of the American West are combined in this short medley that is ideal for mixed and male choirs. Includes: The Old Chisholm Trail; Whoopee Ti-Yi-Yo, Git Along, Little Dogies and
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