Commissioned for a premiere performance at the Texas Music Educators Association 2000 convention, Joseph Martin's Come to the Music is alive and electric with driving rhythm, memorable melodies,
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This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
A cut above the standard fare for three-part mixed choirs, this is a work of substance for middle school or high school choirs. With an independent piano accompaniment, optional cello, a wonderful boys'
Russell Robinson has done a masterful job arranging this well-known motet for mixed or treble choirs, and it is equally effective a cappella or accompanied. Using only the original Latin text, this is
This moving anthem of hope, embraced by choirs around the world for many years, is now available in this new arrangement with piano or orchestra accompaniment. Lush choral writing and an inspired
A song of hope and promise, the simple melodic idea begins in an opening baritone solo before being picked up by the sopranos and altos. This melodic idea continues to be shared freely throughout the piece.
Sledding down the hill has never been so exciting! This romp in the snow is about the thrills involved in two people riding a toboggan together. The music paints the wintry scene with lilting vocal lines
Singers will build Classical style and performance practice with these charming pieces from 1787. The editions have been adapted for piano (from the original basset horns) and include suggested tempo,
This was originally a four-part canon, or round. The lyrics invite those with "difficulty to come to the choir with the promise of happiness and peace." For a cappella voices, it is a joyful invitation to
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