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SAB and Three-Part Mixed Folk Music (7)
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The Last Rose of Summer The Last Rose of Summer
Joseph Martin - Hal Leonard Corporation

This tender Irish melody is lovingly set for mixed choir and solo voice. The verses unfold with a tinge of sorrow at the passing of summer's glory, but with warm remembrance of her beauty.... view details
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SATB 
EEasy
$2.10
SAB 
EEasy
$2.10
Lonesome Road Lonesome Road
Roger Emerson - Hal Leonard Corporation

This American folk classic makes a fine selection for young choirs' concert and festival programming. An excellent selection for building tone and blend, it also includes a simple guitar part for student... view details
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Red River Dances Red River Dances
arr. Cristi Cary Miller - Hal Leonard Corporation

Easy vocal parts and a western-flavored accompaniment combine in this clever arrangement of three American folk songs. This is a valuable teaching piece that's fun to sing, too. Includes: Chicken On A Fence... view details
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Two-Part 
EEasy
$2.10
Three-Part Mixed 
$1.90
P/A CD 
$26.99
Shenandoah Shenandoah
arr. Linda Spevacek - Hal Leonard Corporation

Taking the familiar American folk song Shenandoah and casting it in a contemporary yet traditional setting, Linda Spevacek has fashioned a fine selection for concert or contest appearances.... view details
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Three-Part Mixed 
$2.10
SATB 
EEasy
$2.10
Siyahamba Siyahamba
Traditional /arr. Horace Scruggs - Horace Scruggs

This arrangement of "Siyahamba" gives it an authentic feel that is lively and infectious. It opens with one voice part calling to another to build dramatic chords of invitation.  The traditional South

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Welcome! Welcome!
Audrey Snyder - Hal Leonard Corporation

Best used as a concert opener, this buoyant piece may be sung from the risers or as a processional. It may be performed all year, or with the alternate lyrics for holiday programs. Easily learned, it is a... view details
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