Your men will enjoy learning and performing this accessible arrangement of the favorite spiritual. Precise articulation of the text, dynamics, and rhythmic figures will make your students better singers.
In the Bantu language, "cangoma" means "drum." The text of this piece, in a Portuguese dialect, celebrates the end of slavery. Use congas, djembe, tubanos, cajon, or tom-toms to add the simple drum
Walt Whitman's Song of the Open Road is the basis for this expansive and melodic original composition that is perfectly suited to the young chorus. Limited range melodies and chordal harmonies soar
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This outstanding spiritual setting was originally published as a male vocal solo in the collection Traveling On. It works beautifully for tenor-bass choir, with a sensitive piano accompaniment,
In this classic poem by Robert Louis Stevenson, three young people with a basket and loads of creativity set sail for adventure on their own imagined ocean - a meadow. Add optional flute to this lively,