All sections of the choir take a turn singing the elegant melody in this harmonically rich concert work. Encourage pure vowels when pronouncing the familiar Latin text, which comes from the Mass Ordinary. A
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This setting of the traditional Agnus Dei Latin text from the Requiem Mass was specifically written to honor the memory of the numerous victims of the senseless mass shooting tragedies of the summer of
Charles Gounod's beloved Ave Maria, based on a prelude from J.S. Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier, is now available for developing choirs! The melody passes through all the voice parts,
This haunting melody from the Italian Renaissance has been recorded most recently by Charlotte Church and Andrea Bocelli. Patrick Liebergen's setting features straightforward vocal lines, a supportive piano
This classical work by a younger brother of Joseph Haydn features brilliant melismatic lines and a well-crafted piano reduction of the original orchestral score. An opening triadic motive in the sopranos is
A haunting, minor melody is passed through the choir in this fugal treatment of an expressive psalm text. What begins as artful simplicity develops into lush polyphony. "By the waters of Babylon, we sat
The familiar Latin text has been set many times by many composers, but this dynamic and rhythmic composition rises above. Opens with a driving, marcato theme, which is brilliantly contrasted by the
Premiered at Lincoln Center, this exciting mixed-meter festival piece features both Latin and English versions of Psalm 130. Somewhat reminiscent of Carl Orff's "Carmina Burana," it is truly a striking
Voices fan out from a unison pitch and blossom into rich choral sonorities during the hushed introduction of this resplendent work. Next, an intense compound-meter exposition is energized by the percussive
This is appropriately powerful and intense! Angular phrases and percussive attacks add to the drama in this contemporary Latin setting of the Day of Wrath text. A tour de force for
From the "Credo Mass," K. 257, this achievable setting of the masterwork in Viennese Classical style presents the option of featuring a vocal quartet on selected passages. Only one Latin phrase and welcome
A solemn chant opens this thrilling mixed-meter piece. Eventually the sequential melody, sung first in unison, develops into full homophonic writing. Resonant chords ring in all voicings, and a glorious
Showcase your choir with this joyous choral setting that combines the traditional Latin text, "Jubilate Deo," with English text adapted from Psalm 100. Appropriate for school choir festivals and
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