Adoramus Te  

Adoramus Te

Becki Slagle Mayo

Becki Slagle Mayo's beautifully conceived adaptation of "Air" from Handel's Water Music includes abundant repetition of musical material and solid vocal scoring that contribute to quick choral mastery. Feature your oboist and program a Handel highlight in your performance by pairing it with Cantate Deo (15/2355H) from the same original work.

 
 
And the Glory of the Lord  

And the Glory of the Lord

Michael Ryan

Introduce your middle school mixed choir to the joys of singing Handel's Messiah with this carefully scored edition of the beloved chorus. The reconfigured piano part lends support to this rewarding choral experience for younger singers.

 
 
Cantique  

Cantique

Michael Ryan

For the first time, Gabriel Fauré's beautiful Cantique is available for three-part mixed ensembles. An inspiring English text mirrors the incredible music throughout this carefully written piece that includes teachable moments in dynamics, phrasing, and breath support.

 
 
Christmas...In About Three Minutes  

Christmas…In About Three Minutes

Mark Weston

Spice up your Christmas or holiday program with something truly unique…a medley with as many familiar carols and traditional holiday songs as one choir can sing in about three minutes (twenty-three carol/song quotations included)! Program notes outline additional creative staging possibilities for this entertainingly effective closer or encore.

 
 
Contemporary Choral Classics  

Contemporary Choral Classics

Distinguished Literature for Concert and Contest

This collection contains ten three-part mixed arrangements, crafted by some of the finest composers of choral music today. Acclaimed by directors and audiences alike, this music will enrich your choir's performances. Enhance learning and reduce rehearsal time by adding the rehearsal CDs that emphasize each part so your singers can practice independently.

 
 
Fa Una Canzona  

Fa Una Canzona

Stan Pethel

Stan Pethel offers this first-ever three-part mixed arrangement of the most popular of all Italian madrigals. Complete with carefully planned voice leading, a stylistic accompaniment, and an impressive optional accompaniment track, Fa Una Canzona is a delightful multicultural experience!

 
 
Festival Gloria  

Festival Gloria

Richard A. Williamson

This energetic, forward-moving concert work is a great building piece for beginning mixed choirs. The diverse musical styles and engaging vocal lines flatter choirs of all sizes.

 
 
Festival Sanctus  

Festival Sanctus

Victor C. Johnson

This triumphant setting of the traditional Latin text features a bright and energetic accompaniment with a pronunciation and translation guide. The expressive contrasts between each section and the canonic interplay between vocal parts are exciting to sing and hear.

 
 
If Music Be the Food of Love  

If Music Be the Food of Love

Russell Robinson

Russell Robinson presents this choral masterwork by Henry Purcell in a well-constructed arrangement for middle school mixed choirs. The music for the first and second verses are identical to facilitate quick learning. This especially fine contest selection may also be performed a cappella.

 
 
A Jolly, Jingling Carol Medley  

A Jolly, Jingling Carol Medley

Greg Gilpin

This concise arrangement seamlessly strings together six carol favorites, featuring various twists on meter and style while maintaining accessibility. It is perfect as a festive opener or closer that audiences and singers will love.

 
 
Jubilate, Exsultate!  

Jubilate, Exsultate!

Douglas E. Wagner

Open your program with this invigorating selection that pairs driving music with a joyful Latin text. Comfortable ranges and mostly stepwise motion in the vocal parts spell success for individual choirs and massed choir performances.

 
 
Lux Aeterna  

Lux Aeterna

Mark Burrows

This stunning work for young voices creates a simple beauty rooted in the deep emotion of languid melodic lines. The Latin text is drawn from the Requiem mass. Light eternal, shine on them. A richly orchestrated performance/accompaniment CD is also available to heighten the performance.

 
 
Nine Hundred Miles  

Nine Hundred Miles

Douglas E. Wagner

Douglas Wagner's gently rhythmic arrangement of the American folk song popularized by Woody Guthrie features an infectious keyboard accompaniment, accented with percussion parts that your singers can easily play. Limited vocal ranges and melodic intervals ensure success in this creative programming winner.

 
 
On a Night Long Ago  

On a Night Long Ago

Natalie Sleeth

Natalie Sleeth's light folk style perfectly frames this original school-friendly Christmas text. Repetition in the straightforward vocal lines will save rehearsal time, and the available synth track makes this piece so much fun to sing!

 
 
Personent Hodie  

Personent Hodie

Richard A. Williamson

This refreshing treatment of a fourteenth-century carol will add a Medieval flavor with a contemporary flair to your program. Carefully planned vocal writing, Latin translation and pronunciation guides, and the available accompaniment track all contribute to quick and enjoyable learning.

 
 
Ring the Bells, It's Christmas!  

Ring the Bells, It's Christmas!

Douglas E. Wagner

This bright and cheerful three-part edition of the seasonal selection cleverly incorporates the Deck the Hall motif. The optional idiomatic bell part adds sparkle to this terrific concert opener.

 
 
Secrets of Snow  

Secrets of Snow

Amy F. Bernon

The snow has secrets it's willing to share. Just catch a few flakes falling from the frosty air… The wonder of a fresh snowfall captures the imaginations of children in this lively and rhythmic original work. Young singers will love it, and it promises to provide a bright, sparkling moment in your winter concert.

 
 
Things That Go Bump in the Night  

Things That Go Bump in the Night

Douglas E. Wagner

Just as eyelids start to close, just as you begin to doze, there in the hall a resounding thump, things that go bump in the night… Douglas Wagner's image-rich text lends itself to riser choreography, and the optional accompaniment adds to the spook factor in this heathy dose of ghostly fun.

 
 
What Is That Star?  

What Is That Star?

Bryan Sharpe

Introduce your middle school mixed ensembles to unaccompanied singing with this easy and effective seasonal selection! With comfortable ranges, careful attention to voice leading, and great use of dynamic contrast and repetition, it virtually sings itself off the page!

 
 
You Can Dance, You Can Sing  

You Can Dance, You Can Sing

Mark Burrows

This high-energy composition based on a traditional Zimbabwean proverb will be a hit with both singers and audiences. The lyrics are mostly in English with a few simple Zimbabwean words. Shaker, djembe, and hand drum add a vibrant texture that helps to establish the rhythmic groove.

 
 

Additional Three-part Mixed Titles

The titles below were recorded in an alternate voicing, but are also newly available for three-part mixed choirs. Clicking on the piece will take you to the alternate voicing's primary page, where you can see prices for all voicings and watch the primary voicing's Score Browser video.

 
 
It's Christmas!  

It's Christmas!

Tom Fettke and Thomas Grassi

This arrangement of the perennial Christmas classic is a joy to sing with its contemporary-sounding soft-rock treatment! Add to the celebratory spirit by using the optional synth-track accompaniment.

 
 
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho  

Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho

André J. Thomas

Experience André Thomas at his creative best with this energy-driven setting of the spiritual standard. Repeated material makes for easy memorization, allowing you to effectively showcase your singers in a vibrant program pleaser that incorporates a cool jazz piano accompaniment.