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
Highly rhythmic in both accompaniment and voices with independent vocal lines, this work simply radiates energy with a message of hope and empowerment: "To the stars through difficulties, look upward, move
This item has been discontinued and we can only sell our remaining stock. Add to cart to check availability.
This Canadian folk song from Quebec is arranged for voices, piano, and optional percussion. Light, spirited, and full of fun, it's a popular choice for festivals, adjudications, concerts, and contest
Amor Vincit Omnia - "love conquers all" - is a poignant, lush and lyrical adaptation of a text whose theme expresses endless hope in the power of love. Singers will delight in the well-constructed,
This authentically constructed arrangement of the Schubert masterwork features reasonable ranges and accessible reading for developing singers. Both German and English lyrics are included in the score of
This famous Thomas Morley madrigal has been a favorite for years. With a limited five-note range for boys, the easy, independent vocal lines and carefully placed dynamics make this edition an excellent
"Awake my song. Once a dream, now a reality." With ranges that suit this age group, this special message is especially well suited for middle school choirs.The piano part is artistic and supportive. A
Sizzling with celebratory rhythmic energy, this Zambian folk song loosely translates as: "Those who sing have the right to be called the children of God." The only accompanying instruments are hand drum
A minimum quantity of 5 is required on this title.
"Bright morning stars are rising...Day is breaking in my soul..." This Appalachian folksong, arranged for a cappella voices, has a contemplative, spiritual quality. Opening and closing with a trio, it's a
"Can you hear my cries? I am calling out to you." The global community of children speaks together in this dramatic call for a better future that uses worldbeat sounds, unified chordal harmonies, and