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This German folk song is both novel and accessible for the developing treble choir. A German pronunciation guide in the octavo plus a downloadable audio guide support the learning of the text, which can
This gentle setting of the beloved Welsh folk tune features a lilting piano accompaniment and a lovely obbligato part for oboe or clarinet (both parts are included). With some rhythmic variation and
Often translated as "times gone by" or "days long ago," this is a song of friendship and goodwill. Traditionally associated with New Year's Eve festivities, this Scottish air is also appropriate as a
Exciting rhythms, an accompaniment that imitates the snare drum, and an original melody in the Mixolydian mode make this arrangement an attractive choice for SSA choirs. The uptempo Celtic feel along with a
This arrangement of a Scottish lullaby features a beautiful melodic line and wonderful harmonic moments. The text is in English with Gaelic subtext, and an accessible pronunciation guide is included.
A rollicking setting of a popular 19th-century British folk song provides a real change of pace in any program. Easy to learn and fun to sing, with some great teaching moments, this is a great way to
Bonny Portmore recalls the demise of the mighty oak trees in Ireland long ago. Linda Spevacek masterfully creates rich choral textures and a multitude of opportunities for musical expression to
In this dynamic arrangement of the Huddie Ledbetter tune, Greg Gilpin has captured the strong rhythmic pulse and harmonic energy that is characteristic of the Lead Belly style. To intensify the driving
Jay's particularly folky accompaniment features a jaunty piano with optional bass and percussion (available free at alfred.com/choralparts). Fully arranged with new harmonic and rhythmic content on each
Using the popular folksongs Shenandoah and The Water Is Wide, Don and Nancy have written a marvelous arrangement with fluid vocal lines to let you concentrate on the beauty of choral sound
Only Mark Hayes could write such an enthralling arrangement of this timeless Irish air. Scored for voices, piano, flute, and optional percussion, it features a shimmering accompaniment and a flute obbligato
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