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From Purcell's "Birthday Ode for Queen Mary," which also includes other well-known odes, such as Sound the Trumpet and Strike the Viol, this setting of Come, Ye Sons of Art has
Full of bright syncopation, rhythmic excitement, and lively melodies, this original work for developing choirs sparkles with energy! Texts in Latin and English, a contrasting middle section, and engaging
This dynamic work, propelled by its rhythmic force and its contrasting lyric section, is perfect for the young developing ensemble. The syncopated rhythms are sung in ensemble, so that they can be learned
Two spirituals are paired in this lively setting that quotes I Want Two Wings along with I Got Shoes before setting them together as partners. The gentle swing style adds a lighthearted
Opening with "Keep your lamps trimmed and burning!" as a dramatic rubato statement, this incredibly creative arrangement then kicks into a driving, rhythmically intense feel that never lets up! A most
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