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Originally sung by a bass soloist in Handel's oratorio "Judas Maccabaeus," Arm, Arm Ye Brave is classic solo repertoire that has been skillfully adapted for tenor-bass choir. The arrangement
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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 beloved Appalachian folk song is dressed up with an artistic piano accompaniment and lovely harmonies for tenor-bass choirs. A wonderful teaching piece for lyrical phrasing, blend, and tone as well as
The traditional carol receives an upgrade in this stately arrangement for tenor-bass choirs. Perfect for your madrigal dinner or concert, this accompanied setting incorporates some simple Latin phrases and
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
Now available for mixed, treble, or male choirs, this original work contains lyric, legato vocal lines which unfold to reveal a subtle interplay between voices, interwoven with piano and an optional
Arranged for tenor-bass ensembles, this important selection from the standard choral repertoire can be experienced and enjoyed by a new audience. True to Pitoni's original, Leavitt preserves the classic
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