A delicate Lied sensitively set for two-part or three-part voices. The piano accompaniment is especially beautiful and appropriate for this masterwork from the Romantic era. Teaching opportunities abound to
Two independent vocal parts, punctuated by rhythmic handclaps, are introduced individually and later combined in this joyful concert feature. An ostinato add-on section offers the opportunity for
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"Ask me to sing, and I will give you a piece of my soul. Ask me to sing, and I feel happy and hopeful and whole." Useful as an opener, closer, or for a combined-choir concert, this inspirational
Teach your students that by working together, we can build a brighter tomorrow. This gently flowing piece is well designed for younger groups, with plenty of unison singing, independent counterlines, and
A true charmer! The original text cleverly hovers along the pitches of the major scale, and a slower middle section, in the parallel minor key, provides a perfect opportunity to discover and discuss tempo
This is delightful! Based on a poem by Christina Rossetti, it is a wonderful teaching piece as well as an entertaining concert feature. A playful piano accompaniment and agile choral parts reflect the
How fun to sing about one of nature's most curious creatures! A whimsical text, bluesy overtones, quirky chromatics, and optional hand percussion paint a clear picture of the skillful lizard and his
A charming text about music from beloved children's writer Robert Louis Stevenson. The conservative vocal ranges and lilting lines are just right for younger choirs. A delicate flute obbligato (included in
Young choirs will surely embrace the uplifting message and catchy groove of this contemporary original. The "if you can dream it, you can do it" bridge stacks and builds to an exciting finish!
"Do you hear an echo out here? Do you hear an echo so clear?" Creative choral writing from Sally Albrecht that features pentatonic melodies sung in unison and canon, with ostinato accompaniment for Orff
This winsome poem from Robert Louis Stevenson's A Child's Garden of Verses depicts a child's view of the world from atop a tree. It is set in the most charming way, with a playful melody,
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