Al Shlosha D'varim is a lyrical setting of an essential maxim from Jewish morality laws, translated to mean: "The world is sustained by three things: by truth, by justice, and by peace." Available
The chance for some hand clapping and foot stomping is sure to make this American folk-song showcase a big success with your students.
A top seller now available in a flexible SATB voicing, this driving rock spiritual features a subdued opening that explodes into high-powered energy, sure to be a hit with your developing mixed choirs in
A whirling, twirling Andalusian dancer is vividly portrayed in this setting of a traditional Spanish folksong. Well-crafted vocal lines over a colorful piano accompaniment make this an excellent choice for
Hear the steady sound of the mill wheel in this brisk setting of the French Canadian folk song, which uses alternate French and English text. "I hear the windmill, tick-a tick-a tack-a..." Use the
Copland's treatment of this classic Shaker melody reintroduced the tune to an entire century of Americans. Set here for mixed, treble, or tenor-bass choirs and piano, it retains all the characteristic
Each time "chiku ah" (chikoo ah) is sung it should be in a whispered voice, with intensity. "Si mama, wototo" (stand tall, children) is the response in Swahili. This compelling piece uses both English and