This simple Sephardic folk song offers a tender message over a gentle and flowing accompaniment. With particularly lovely vocal lines, this makes an exceptional teaching tool as well as a wonderful concert
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Written as part of a choral cycle, this Scottish folk song accompanied only by percussion has wonderful melodic lines, beautiful sonorities, and a tenor solo. Technically challenging with mixed meters
Brazilian folk song. A cappella with optional percussion. Pronunciation (IPA) and Translation included. Lyrical sections interspersed with rhythmic sections with some fun percussion added. Excellent
Seinn O comes from the Gaelic tradition of "mouth music," a style of vocal music intended to accompany dancing. Mouth music appears in every Gaelic culture in the world, from Ireland to Cape Breton
"Who can sail without the wind? Who can row without oars? Who can leave a parting friend without shedding tears?" This sentimental folksong from Sweden is artfully arranged for mixed chorus and piano
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