Exuding sizzling, rhythmic energy, this traditional South African folk song arrangement is a multicultural programming winner! A cappella, with percussion parts included for shakers, djembe, and hand drum
This gorgeous original lullaby is full of simple and beautiful images: a garden awaiting the return of spring; snow as soft as lamb's wool; a sleepy child dreaming of songs that "rise on silken wings."
Irving Berlin's quintessential song is a classic of swing style, and this straightforward, singable arrangement brings Berlin's standard to vocal jazz and show choirs of any level. The swing groove is
A bouncy piano accompaniment moves this cheerful arrangement along, as the playful melody is passed from voice to voice. Greg has great fun weaving "chatter" through the choir and modulating to the big
"Like a golden thread woven through the fabric of our lives, the beauty of music is everywhere. And in this moment we are standing side by side, voices united as we proudly declare: Let there be music!"
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
"Why does the willow weep? What secrets does she keep? Is there a broken heart beating beneath the bark, hidden in the dark?" Vividly poetic, with sweeping melodic and harmonic textures, this is a