Now available for mixed groups, this lively Cuban folk song is a fusion of the music of the Spanish farmers with the enslaved Africans brought to the island. It is a lighthearted song about fishing for
Supported throughout with an original Pater Noster countermelody, this tender adaptation of this beloved hymn features a gorgeous optional cello obbligato and a flowing piano accompaniment. Simple Latin
This Canadian folk song from Quebec is arranged for voices, piano, and optional percussion. Light, spirited, and full of fun, it's a popular choice for festivals, adjudications, concerts, and contest
For mixed, treble, and tenor-bass choirs, these transcriptions of this famous Schubert song offer the perfect material for teaching free, bel canto-style singing, German diction, and "arch and taper"
Written in the modern folk style, composer Allen Koepke has provided an inspirational, allegorical text that is sure to delight. The piano lends dramatic support to the finely styled vocal parts. A frequent
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If you are looking for a dramatic concert/festival work, be sure to look at this one! The glory of music is treated with great depth and musical-textual imagery in this deeply moving selection, which offers
Following on the heels of his wildly popular Sisi Ni Moja, Jacob Narverud returns with another show-stopping piece in a similar style. With influences from world music and an upbeat rhythmic style,
A favorite with all-state and regional festivals, this uniquely charming arrangement for choir and piano (four hands) is a choral hoedown just waiting to happen! Add wood block and tambourine, or your own
Ella Wheeler Wilcox's poem suggests that the bird of hope not soar too high or sing too loud. Taking heed, the composer created much downward movement in the piano accompaniment, while allowing the singers
Rarely, if ever, have the words and music of this folk song been so beautifully merged that both love and despair are both heard and felt. A wonderful baritone solo opens and closes the piece, and the