Limited ranges, repeated sections, and creative choral arranging ensure success with this Victor Johnson favorite. This longtime bestseller features percussion parts for sticks, shaker, bongo or African
The delicate melody befitting this familiar text gains gentle momentum by a continual movement in the keyboard. A quintessential piece for spring from renowned composer John Rutter.
This haunting melody from the Italian Renaissance has been recorded most recently by Charlotte Church and Andrea Bocelli. Patrick Liebergen's setting features straightforward vocal lines, a supportive piano
This authentic Zulu folk song is a perfect fit for mixed and treble choirs in three parts! The authentic African rhythmic groove is punctuated by brief solos and joyful handclaps. Add the optional
A very impressive opener or contest-festival piece! Bright, fanfare-like motives, incisive accompaniment and text in Latin and English work together to make this work a standout for young and developing
This lively original, with its infectious melody and interactive harmony, weaves two very basic French phrases with "alleluia" to create a delightful offering. Joyful, fun, and extremely accessible,
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A persistent underlying rhythm gives this setting of the Langston Hughes poem a powerful, mysterious drive. "Bring me all of your dreams, you dreamers. Bring me all of your Heart melodies, that I may wrap
This simple Sephardic folk song offers a tender message over a gentle and flowing accompaniment. With particularly lovely vocal lines, this makes an exceptional teaching tool as well as a wonderful concert
Have you ever tried to ride an accelerating horse while singing solfege? That's what your singers will feel like as they negotiate their way through this quickly-paced song with only solfege syllables for
The story of this classic carol, about a king who gives to the poor one winter, is told in all five verses, with optional soloists when the king converses with his loyal page. With a supportive piano