Inspired by the Byrd Haec dies, this very accessible arrangement, using only the word "alleluia," provides a nice introduction to counterpoint and independent signing for a developing choir. Piano
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This powerful, flowing a cappella work in Latin opens with a beautiful unison chant and closes with a quiet "Amen." It is infused with interesting and varied harmonies, changing meter, and dramatic
Developing choirs will be motivated and engaged by this unique set of three, short, original a cappella pieces. Written in contrasting styles, the opening Gloria In Excelsis Deo is exuberant and
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