This lovely original pairs a simple setting of the traditional Latin text with a countermelody in the accompaniment of Bach's Air on the G String. The Air appears first in the piano
Al Shlosha D'varim is a lyrical setting of an essential maxim from Jewish morality laws, translated to mean: "The world is sustained by three things: by truth, by justice, and by peace." Available
Roger Emerson's dynamic collection is an excellent introduction to the classics for your less experienced choir.
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
Eleven folk songs arranged for two voices and piano, appropriate for any combination of voices for recitals, concerts and contests. Titles include: All Through the Night; Camptown Races; Poor
This up-tempo folk tune arrangement will be an exciting concert or festival feature as it showcases the strength of your developing voices. The lively piano accompaniment is supportive and sure to add
"Look out for the magpie!" is the theme of this clever original setting of a British poem. Reminiscent of a folk song, it is set in a minor key to give the music a mock seriousness, while the whimsical text
"When I close my eyes then I can see that I am not afraid." This song of confidence and hope for young voices resonates with positive lyrics, a strong melody and an expressive accompaniment for piano and