Here is an upbeat and fun song that uses a prayer text from Ghana translated into English. Syncopated rhythms that repeat throughout make this a perfect choice for any choir. Opportunities for optional
"Gloria in excelsis Deo, et in terra pax..." This beautiful, expressive original weaves fragments of carols into the musical texture. With a reflective text and a warm C-instrument obbligato, this is a
One of the sweetest of Stephen Foster's songs, balancing nostalgia with heartfelt lament, this seems made for male chorus. Very accessible and singable, with a simple accompaniment for either piano or
Bright syncopations, mixed meter, and a contrasting, slower middle section distinguish this original festival work as one of the best available. With limited vocal ranges and varied textures, it will be a
An excellent choice for the developing men's choir, this bold setting begins with unison singing of the melody, followed by a two-part round. The harmonic B section is a short bridge to a three-part round
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