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Women's Madrigals and Early Music (5)
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Mouse Madrigal Mouse Madrigal
arr. Steven Porter - Phantom Music

Three Blind Mice has never sounded like this before! Steven Porter's "sophisticated tongue-in-cheek" treatment of the familiar folk song is perfect for the serious treble choir looking for a bit of fun!... view details
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O Occhi Manza Mia O Occhi Manza Mia (O Eyes of My Beloved)
Orlando di Lasso/arr. Robinson - Alfred Music Publishing

With text in Italian or English, clear choral phrasing, accessible vocal ranges and excellent voice leading, this arrangement of the Renaissance classic is just right for young mixed or treble choirs. The... view details
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Sing We and Chant It Sing We and Chant It
Thomas Morley/arr. Robinson - Alfred Music Publishing

Introduce your choir to a cappella Madrigal singing with this wonderful Thomas Morley classic designed especially for young singers by Russell Robinson. This edition sounds full and captures all the spirit

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Throw Open Your Shutters! Throw Open Your Shutters! (A Festive Madrigal)
Amy Feldman Bernon - Heritage Music Press

The festive style of this high-energy original will add a colorful flair to any program! Jaunty accents and staccatos in the middle "Hey! Ding-a dong" sections highlight the wonderful interplay between voice... view details
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Thus Sings My Dearest Jewel Thus Sings My Dearest Jewel
Thomas Weelkes/arr. John Leavitt - Hal Leonard Corporation

A three-part madrigal by Thomas Weelkes, this sprightly dance-like piece is easily learned and delightful in performance. A wonderful selection for contest and festival! With hand drum.

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