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Although primarily known as a composer of more than 100 operas, Baldassare Galuppi always maintained a steady output of sacred music. In this edition, the editor maintains accuracy of pitches and durations seen in the original manuscript. Clefs are update
Nineteenth century composer Franz Schubert (1797-1828) wrote more than 600 “lieder” or “songs” – vocal songs accompanied by piano. He raised this to an art form by equalizing the importance of the music and poetry and expandi
Die Junge Nonne
Written for the Southwest Region ACDA Men's Honor Choir, 2018, directed by Derrick Fox. The passionate text requires expressive and dynamic singing from the men's voices. Long lines require grace and the dynamic climax – “That you love me make
With the goal to inspire inner strength and confidence in young people, this new piece by Derrick Fox for young men is a wonderful addition to the repertoire. The chance for success in life is exponentially greater when we know we can take chances and the
I Am with You
Offering both the Finnish text and a singable English translation, here is a song by the great Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. An IPA guide is provided making it very accessible to present this in the original language. The title translates to “Was
Var det en dr÷m?
Composed originally for solo soprano and figured bass, this new arrangement offers a counter melody to the second verse. All voices join together for a strong, unison final verse.
Let Us Sing
The strength of women and the importance of women with power sets the stage for this exciting work by Misty Dupuis. Setting the poem by Alice Moore Dunbar-Nelson, one of the first African American women poets, the composer establishes strength by layering
To Madame Curie
British singer/songwriter Laura Mvula has crafted a song portraying the cycle of life of a female and the accompanying questions, emotions, and feelings of desperation. These emotions are captured beautifully in this arrangement for women's voices. The po
Here is a very funny novelty number with choral parts worth singing. With three movements poking fun at social media habits – “Scrolling,” “Their, There, They're” and “Selfie” – your students will love the h
This is an anthem for women's choirs and singers who have ever felt parts of themselves disowned or ostracized. Singer, conductor, and audience are invited to begin the process of reclaiming and healing those parts of themselves that are, at the same time
Never One Thing
The beautiful song from Richard Strauss' first collection of published songs is here skillfully arranged for women's voices. The German “Lied,” elevated in the 19th century by Schubert, was taken to new heights by Strauss in the early 20th cen
Allerseelen (All Soul's Day)
Here is a classic tenor aria arranged for TB. This is a wonderful opportunity for young men to experience the Baroque style with all of its rhythmic give and take and its passionate musical style.
Vado Ben Spesso Cangiando Loco
Extracting two movements from the Baroque composer, Antonio Lotti's “Requiem Mass,” here are two authentic, Baroque anthems for treble choir. Intended to be performed as a pair, a piano accompaniment is provided but a string trio will allow th
Lotti Requiem Suite
Setting an anonymous Medieval text, here is a prototypical Christmas/winter song – upbeat, happy, and celebrating the New Year. An energetic piano accompaniment allows for total independence for the voices and adds interest to the performance.
What Cheer? Good Cheer!
Setting the words of a beloved school administrator, joy and passion are captured in the exciting musical rendition. Body percussion and optional hand percussion add to the energy and changing meter propels the music to a very special finale.
Here is a rhythmic and energetic piece befitting of the childlike poetry of William Blake. Uneven meter and rhythmic play between the piano and the singers add to the innocent joy suggested in the text.
Reeds of Innocence
This classic Yeats' poem is set to music that is rooted in a simple melody and meter and, when performed with a traditional “folk song” simplicity will resonant with singers and listeners. All voice parts and the piano are given moments of ind
When You Are Old
Often considered the first successful American female composer of large-scale art music, Amy was both a composer and a concert pianist. Here are two of her most important art songs--“Ah, Love, But A Day” and “The Year's At the Spring&rdq
Two Songs by Amy Beach
The Highwomen is a new country supergroup featuring Brandi Carlile, Natalie Hemby, Maren Morris and Amanda Shires. With a message for women and young girls to “band together, abandon as much ego as humanly possible, hold one another up and amplify o
The text for
was written by a former junior high student of the composer. It is optimistic and hopeful and the music reflects this beautifully. It is syncopated and dance-like and full of joy.
Commissioned for the 2016 Eastern Division ACDA, this Christina Rossetti poem is a wonderful teaching piece. The melodic line in the opening section is constructed to evoke feelings of beauty, loss and remembrance. A middle section paints a picture of gri
One of four songs presented to Robert Schumann by his wife Clara, this setting is a shining example of the composer's ingenuity, and is a wonderful introduction to Romantic era style and performance practice.
Er ist gekommen
This setting of an anonymous 15th century text mixes polyphony with homophonic writing, offering broad contrasts in dynamics and range/tessitura that are appropriate for high school and festival choirs. The text offers deep meaning that will draw your sin
The first release of the Andrea Ramsey Choral Series is an amazingly beautiful piece by Stuart Chapman Hill. The text (by the composer) is thought provoking and perfect for women's choir in high school and up. The ranges are appropriate, the piano is supp
Sing Me to Sleep
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