This traditional Chinese folk song is used as a blessing for a bountiful harvest and a good year. The pentatonic melody line and simple repeated harmonies preserve the Eastern feel of the arrangement, and
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Adapted from a Bach cantata, this joyful work will allow younger ensembles the opportunity to experience Baroque music and develop important performance techniques for tone, style and expression. A superb
These two traditional songs fit together amazingly well in this excellent concert/festival selection! Each voice part becomes more independent as the arrangement progresses, and when all the parts do their
Sung completely in Hebrew, this delightful Israeli song, with its text based on a song from the Old Testament "Song Of Solomon," is an excellent multicultural experience for young singers. It is a superb
This gentle lullaby offers a wonderful opportunity to build tone quality and phrasing in this well-crafted setting for young treble singers. The easily learned Cajun French lyrics sing "listen to the river"
This well-crafted, gentle original creates a beautiful feeling of the hushed wonder of a first snow in winter. Younger singers will develop important choral skills of phrasing, dynamic contrast and tone
Two traditional favorites, I Want to Rise and Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, are woven together in this medley that presents the melodies in unison or simple harmony before partnering the two
This contemporary pop-influenced arrangement puts a new spin on the traditional Hanukkah song. A gentle piano groove provides a fresh framework for the treasured melody, which is elongated and echoed part
Excerpts from Robert Louis Stevenson’s poem The Moon combine with original text to create a mysterious and enchanting selection for young voices. Accessible two-part writing is ideal for
Written especially for two-part choirs, this inquisitive piece features lyrical unisons, echo singing, and sensible duet harmonies. A haunting piano motive represents the moon throughout as the childlike
This gentle original setting of an eleventh-century Japanese text captures the mystery and flavor of ancient Japan and frames the middle section, which is in English. Haunting melodies and simple harmonies