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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
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Originally sung by a bass soloist in Handel's oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus," Arm, Arm Ye Brave is classic solo repertoire that has been skillfully adapted for tenor-bass choir. The arrangement
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