This motet was originally written for three-part women's voices. Here it has been adapted for mixed voices, one step lower in key, and with a piano part that is more than just a reduction of the voice
Employing the text from the Requiem Mass, this dramatic, exciting, rhythmic setting propels the angular melodies, many of which are unison, forward. The contrasting, lyric B section allows for a
This simplified version of Vivaldi's Baroque classic enables choirs of varying abilities to enjoy success. Thorough performance notes offer advice on how to achieve an authentic performance. Text is in
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 have a great time with this fun, rhythmic setting! The Latin text is easy, and the ranges are perfect for changing voices. Each part gets to sing the melody at some point, and the
The words to this hymn have long served as a balm for the suffering that life inevitably presents. Ulrich's unique arrangement is unpredictable, with shifting meters and vocal pairings. The piano
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A fanfare-like piano introduction sets the tone for this solid, rhythmic, tuneful setting. "Jubilate Deo! Sing with joy to God all the earth. Sing in exultation! Serve the Lord with gladness. Laudate..."
Now developing mixed or treble choirs can sing this English Renaissance canon, arranged with piano accompaniment. Text is in Latin throughout; translation and historical notes are included.
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