A series of seven rhapsodic musical rounds, with words by Julie Flanders and music by Emil Adler, recorded by an angelic choir of singers from Yale University. These rounds will be fun to rehearse and
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From Thanksgiving through New Years, this delightful collection of partner songs provides a host of harmonic fun for young singers. Everything you need is under one cover - piano/vocal accompaniments,
This all-in-one format comes complete with piano/vocal accompaniment, choreography and reproducible singer pages. Songs include City Life (with I Love The Mountains); All I Do Is Work (with I've Been
This cute Jamaican folksong, in English, is basically a round, which may be sung in unison or in three parts. With accessible layered harmonies and delightful percussion and keyboard accompaniment, it's
A tuneful, folk-like traditional canon forms the basis of this piece which features alternate English and Latin text. It's excellent for reinforcing part-singing skills, and for teaching your students that
This delightful medley of four well-known rounds with all new lyrics celebrates America as the land of opportunity. With the addition of a descant and America the Beautiful to cap off the piece,
An excellent choice for the developing men's choir, this bold setting begins with unison singing of the melody, followed by a two-part round. The harmonic B section is a short bridge to a three-part round
Capturing the anticipation and excitement of the first snowfall of the season, this gleeful song is perfect for choirs who are just beginning to experience the joy of part-singing. The inspired writing
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