Originally arranged in 1948 by Celius Dougherty, this sea chanty has become a staple of the solo repertoire. Emily Crocker's expert setting now makes it available for mixed or tenor-bass voices.
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
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
Asleep in the Deep refers to those who have drowned while at sea. This adaptation of Arthur Lamb's text is a love story about a sailor, his sweetheart, and the fate they meet while in a tragic
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Vibrant rhythms, accessible vocal ranges, and fun-to-sing syncopated melodies highlight this concert or festival selection for developing tenor-bass choirs. A 6/8 lilting meter and Latin text (pronunciation
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This exciting concert piece for developing choirs uses a traditional Latin text. The energetic mixed meters are contrasted with a more expressive middle section. The piano accompaniment adds nicely to the