Here is a popular traditional Zulu song as arranged by Rudolf de Beer, former conductor of the Drakensberg Boys Choir of South Africa. What a vivid connection to the people and culture of that part of the
Sizzling with celebratory rhythmic energy, this Zambian folk song loosely translates as: "Those who sing have the right to be called the children of God." The only accompanying instruments are hand drum
This is the most appealing arrangement of a spiritual that has been done in a long, long time! The beginning employs a unique treatment of the word "hush" that emphasizes the last two letters of the word in
The King's Singers edition. SAB mixed voices.
Welcomed repetition and smart voice leading pave the way to success for developing three-part choirs. The guys sing in their easiest range; the sopranos, a mostly step-wise melody; and the altos, intuitive
This tuneful work from the Renaissance is uptempo and bright. Clarity of line and a firm harmonic base make the work easy to learn and fun to sing. Add the optional percussion instruments to give it even