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With a Portuguese text and rhythms in the popular Brazilian groove known as Capoeira, this song of celebration begins with all voice parts emulating rhythm instruments utilizing elements of contemporary a
This bright and festive a cappella work is set for has become a standard in choral literature for both festival and church choirs. The SSAA and TTBB versions have been adapted by Tim Sarsany.
This powerful, flowing a cappella work in Latin opens with a beautiful unison chant and closes with a quiet "Amen." It is infused with interesting and varied harmonies, changing meter, and dramatic
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This unique a cappella work captures the drama of the survival of the Sudanese people during the famine of the 1980s. "Ease my spirit, ease my soul, please free my hands from this barren soil. Ease my
Beautiful harmonic writing accompanies this Langston Hughes text. A cappella with an abundance of close harmonies and nice distribution of melodic ideas throughout the voices will make this a favorite for
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A longtime festival favorite for SATB divisi choirs, this remarkable a cappella setting of a 17th-century poem by Andrew Marvell celebrates the power and influence of music. This setting is now available
Five classics from the Romantic era make this a useful and valued collection for mixed choruses in schools, colleges and communities. Includes: Abendlied (Josef Rheinberger); Abendstndchen
This arrangement combines the traditional Andean folk song Ohas Azules with folk songs from Ecuador and Peru and adds exciting percussion and authentic vocal effects that will captivate your
A popular choice with festival choirs, this contemporary a cappella setting of a text by Michael Dennis Browne is from the opera "The Three Hermits."
This is a superb edition of three English and two Latin motets by Thomas Tallis. The piano reductions of these a cappella pieces is exceptional in its playability. Translations are provided for the two