Attributed to the Franco-Flemish Renaissance composer Jacob Arcadelt, this a cappella work for men's voices will be a joy to rehearse and perform. Not difficult, this is excellent serious literature for
Often credited to Mozart, but more likely composed by his contemporary Wenzel Muller, this beloved piece has had great success with a variety of choral groups. Wonderfully arranged for men's voices, it
Here's a strong feature for a cappella men's voices, with baritone solo. Especially effective are the dynamics, which build dramatically to a powerful ending. "God's gonna build up Zion's walls!"
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