This traditional canoe song from Polynesia sounds very impressive with hand claps and percussion instruments adding to the choral texture. The echoing voice parts suggest people communicating from canoe to
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This very cool original is a masterpiece of vocal layering, a "sound experience" for a cappella voices as bells. All voices sing together in the middle section before returning to vocalized bell effects.
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Grab your coat, scarf and mittens and join us on a sleigh ride! This original festive winter partner song will give your choir plenty to sing about, both in unison and in harmony. When the familiar
"Electric fingers reaching, reaching, skipping, darting, fleeting, tapping on the clouds..." The vivid imagery and word painting in this creative original are further sparked by dynamic contrasts, rhythmic
If you're looking for something a little different to perform in the spiritual style, take a close look at this nicely rhythmic setting by Greg Gilpin. Interlocking vocals sing over a pulsating piano
Add some multicultural flair to your holiday concert with this lively arrangement of the Puerto Rican carol. The playful "la la" section and syncopated verses are extra fun with the addition of hand claps
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This Elvis-style arrangement of the holiday pop classic - with kazoos - is irresistible! It's the perfect way to add a little humor and a whole lot of fun to your holiday performance. Now available in TTB,
Here's a nice, gently swinging treatment of the familiar pop novelty from 1949, with sleigh bells on the recorded track and an optional third voice part for middle school boys. This is guaranteed to set a
Chicken-scratchin' fun abounds in this clever, singable arrangement of the 19th century dance reels Hello, Susie Brown and Four in the Middle. It's a terrific folk-song novelty, full of
Your choir will have a lot of fun with this! The humorous pop hit from the '40s has a relaxed swing feel and crazy lyrics that make it an ideal lighter selection or show choir feature!
Here is the definitive patriotic armed forces tribute! It features the official songs of all five branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, plus The Pledge of Allegiance and The Star-Spangled
This brief, concise arrangement seamlessly strings together six carol favorites featuring various twists on meter and style while maintaining accessibility. It is perfect as a festive opener or closer that
This endearing song from the musical "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown" will delight your audiences with its adorable lyric and sweet melody. With a tender and supportive piano accompaniment, Happiness will
Charged with gospel-style excitement, this traditional spiritual comes alive with energy and style. A powerful chorus, hand claps, a stacked vocal section and a key change build to a big ending that is sure
Brimming with rhythmic energy, this arrangement is a fresh new take on a holiday favorite. With a charming melodic motif in the piano accompaniment and entertaining extras between the verses, each verse is
Whether performed on risers, as a processional, or encircling the audience, this celebratory fanfare is the perfect opening number for concert or festival and is appropriate for use throughout the school
Don't miss this fresh, tasty setting of a traditional Israeli folk song scored for a cappella voices, flute, and hand drum. Inventive, with spoken chants woven throughout, this is accessible with limited
Look no further for that unique multicultural programming gem - Gilpin's setting of this Middle Eastern folk song is bright, fun and flirtatious! The text, in classic Arabic, tells the story of a traveling
The delightful Eugene Field poem is a fantasy bedtime story about three children sailing and fishing among the stars from a boat (which is a wooden shoe), symbolizing a sleepy child's blinking eyes, nodding
Rhythm abounds in the vocal and percussion sounds of this a cappella arrangement of a Kenyan folk song. With a simple, delightful text, energy-filled vocals, rhythmic hand claps, small percussion and body
Don't be scared! This Purple People Eater only wants to play in a rock and roll band! Have some fun performing this crazy 1958 chart topper, complete with optional kazoos and hilarious solo opportunities
This hilarious send-up spoofs the usual gifts presented in The Twelve Days of Christmas: "eight ugly sweaters, seven pink flamingos, six Hawaiian shirts." The parody text provides lots of
How can you lose, with this classic holiday marching song... and kazoos? It's an easy novelty arrangement that sparkles with all the fun of the season. Your young singers will want to sing it - and play it
Simply charming for young and developing choirs, and now for SATB voices, this touching piece offers a wish for the world to find the hope, peace, and love that it needs. With memorable melodies and a
This medley is a wonderful way to teach American classic rock 'n' roll songs, add some edge and theme to your concert, and entertain your audiences - who just might sing along! Easy to learn and perform,
"Sometimes they're in the corner, sometimes they're by the door, sometimes they're all a-standing in the middle of the floor..." This child-like poem by Eugene Field recollects the fear we all had of going
"You'll be all aglow from your head to mistletoes..." This bubbly contemporary country-pop release from Point of Grace has darling lyrics and a catchy chorus that begs for choreography! "Oh, there's no road
Selected quotes of Mother Teresa are woven together to create a stunning lyric of love and compassion. With melody and harmony weaving above a flowing piano accompaniment and optional violin, the new SATB
Grab your washboards and kazoos, heat up the vittles and get ready to entertain country style, with a bit of hillbilly thrown in! "When you live in the country, everybody is your neighbor!" Bill Monroe's
This best-selling arrangement for two-part voices has been updated and now includes multiple voicings. This novel song has been recorded by Ella Fitzgerald and Diana Krall among others, and was performed on
This is not your typical arrangement of the well-known classic. A '60s groove a la The Beach Boys transforms this to appeal to singers of all ages, adding a bit of novel flair. Easy vocals and harmonies in
"What says the wind to the waving trees? What says the wave to the river? What means the sigh in the passing breeze? Why do the rushes quiver?" Extolling the mysteries of nature and life, Gilpin's setting
"Let it weave throughout the tapestry of who we are. In all that life can give, let music live." Here is an inspirational theme for every choir and for celebrating the power of music in our lives, our world