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 popular choral adaptation of a Kenyan folk song features a new text based on the psalms, call-and-response and layered textures, with optional percussion and flute. Great fun for singers of all
This flowing, melodic setting of the traditional Latin text is absolutely gorgeous! The marvelous part writing, luscious harmonies, and rich accompaniment are so gentle and graceful, the work is purely
Al Shlosha D'varim is a lyrical setting of an essential maxim from Jewish morality laws, translated to mean: "The world is sustained by three things: by truth, by justice, and by peace." Available
This work was inspired by the Radcliffe Ladies' Choir and their motto, "Friendship through singing." The lilting vocal lines are underpinned by a delicate piano part, and the opening performance direction
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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
Here's an invigorating cross-cultural number that will make everyone want to dance! It's a joyful Israeli dance song, incorporating the popular round Toembai. With Hebrew text, lots of "tra la la
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This authentic Zulu folk song is a perfect fit for mixed and treble choirs in three parts! The authentic African rhythmic groove is punctuated by brief solos and joyful handclaps. Add the optional
Exuding sizzling, rhythmic energy, this traditional South African folk song arrangement is a multicultural programming winner! A cappella, with percussion parts included for shakers, djembe, and hand drum
A poetic text and expressive choral writing combine in this tribute to enduring love. The optional opening solo presents the lyrical melody, but the highlight of the piece comes when the entire choir builds