Your singers will love rehearsing and performing this rhythmic celebration based on traditional African music. Layered vocal lines, call and response, and the vitality of the congas, claves and djembe will
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Marked to be performed "boisterously," this original Michael Gray work in the style of a sea chantey is a true choral classic!
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
E Pluribus Unum, "out of many, one," is the phrase on the Seal of the United States. Never codified by law, the phrase was considered a de facto motto of the United States until 1956. This strong
This piece uses a Walt Whitman text, his first poetic work following the death of President Abraham Lincoln, to portray in music Whitman's message of profound grief and challenge to resolve to carry on. A
This charming setting of John Parker's descriptive text of youthful love and admiration is laden with opportunities for musical expressiveness. Lyrical, range-accessible and sure to tug on the heartstrings
The romantic text of Robert Louis Stevenson's Over the Land Is April is set here for young men's voices. The keys in this a cappella and mostly homophonic arrangement fit both changed and unchanged
"I will meet you when the roses come again..." These nostalgic words form the touching refrain of this a cappella setting for male voices. Offering many opportunities to work on style, intonation and
For the developing male choir that wants to delve into a cappella singing but with the safety net of optional piano, this hopeful original text is just the selection for you! It's in a great key, with
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