From Newfoundland comes this comical retelling of "Jonah and the Whale," but this time the whale gets his comeuppance! This bright and up-beat arrangement is a novel delight for both SAB and two-part
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Derived from an early American folk tune and game, this charming song laments the girl who has nothing to wear! With tongue-twisting lyrics, a nonsense refrain and a bright two-beat feel, this will help
Combining Simple Gifts and the Going Home theme from Dvorak's "New World" symphony in partner-song format, this is easy to perform with a minimum of rehearsal. A favorite with two-part
This up-tempo folk tune arrangement will be an exciting concert or festival feature as it showcases the strength of your developing voices. The lively piano accompaniment is supportive and sure to add
Enjoy this accessible setting of the well-known Scottish folk song that features contrasts between a more lyrical, lilting section and a sturdy drone accompaniment. Includes an optional flute part.
This arrangement of the famous Scottish folksong uses open fifths in the accompaniment to enhance the Scottish flavor. It will give your ensemble a chance to show their expressive side. "...but me and my
May Day Carol is a beautiful English folk song which affords singers opportunities for musical growth in phrasing, range extension, and balance, as each part sings the melody throughout the song.
Many of the melodic turns in this traditional Irish Folk song mimic bird calls, emphasizing the connection between art and nature. Your young singers will enjoy this as they identify with the melody, which
This Stephen Foster classic is arranged brilliantly for treble voices with some exciting adventures in mixed meter! The result is a show-stopping number that will bring cheers from your audience! A perfect
This childhood favorite makes an exciting, super-fast vocal jazz showcase for younger choirs. Inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, the vocal lines are easy, making it a great vehicle for developing jazz inflection
A follow up to the popular Red River Dances and Appalachian Dances, this folk setting from the Ozark Mountains is a colorful, creative showcase for young choirs! From the opening ballad,
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