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On The Railroad

This is a pairing of these two American work songs that guarantees built-in success for developing choirs. The contrasts of the major and minor modes of the pieces, along with the clever treatments of each chorus yield a terrific and fun arrangement your choirs will enjoy for years to come!   Heritage Publishing. Voicing sab… Continue reading On The Railroad

On The Railroad

This is a pairing of these two American work songs that guarantees built-in success for developing choirs. The contrasts of the major and minor modes of the pieces, along with the clever treatments of each chorus yield a terrific and fun arrangement your choirs will enjoy for years to come!   Heritage Publishing. Voicing 2-part… Continue reading On The Railroad

On A Dusty Road To Bethlehem

“On A Dusty Road To Bethlehem” tells of Mary and Joseph traveling to the stable in Bethlehem.  The first part may be sung in unison or with half of the voices singing the unison first verse and the other half singing the second verse in unison.  A descant is added above the final verse.  Contact… Continue reading On A Dusty Road To Bethlehem

Old Man Winter

With the icy cold of winter and the first snow flurries in the air comes the anticipation of the holidays with fun for all. Sing about the joys of boots, sweaters, holly and tinsel in this charming original work that will make it even harder to wait for Christmas to arrive. It’s as much fun… Continue reading Old Man Winter

Old King Cole

Who knew that Old King Cole had an appreciation for country fiddle?  Sections of your choir emulate three fiddlers by singing unique, nonsensical refrains as each fiddler is introduced.  At the end of the story, all parts combine to create a rousing down-home finish.  This is so much fun, your kids won’t know they’re learning!… Continue reading Old King Cole

Ol’ Dan Tucker

Yee-haw! Swing your partner ’round and ’round with this lively hoedown-style arrangement of the popular American folk song. The harmonica, banjo and whip on the accompaniment track really add a down-home country flavor to this delightful folk song for young voices!  Alfred Publishing. Voicing 3-part Accompaniment Piano accompaniment

Ol’ Dan Tucker

Yee-haw! Swing your partner ’round and ’round with this lively hoedown-style arrangement of the popular American folk song. The harmonica, banjo and whip on the accompaniment track really add a down-home country flavor to this delightful folk song for young voices!  Alfred Publishing. Voicing 2-part Accompaniment Piano accompaniment

Oh Music, Sweet Music

This lovely text from the 19th century is an inspiration for singers everywhere.  “Oh music, sweet music, thy praises we sing, we’ll tell of the pleasure and gladness you bring…”  Your choir will love this madrigal, complete with traditional “fa-la-las” in an easy-to-sing three-voice round. Simple, singable, and very effective! Highly recommended!  BriLee Music. Voicing… Continue reading Oh Music, Sweet Music

O Sing Hosanna

This Palm Sunday anthem opens with a choral antiphonal fanfare, “Hosanna in excess Deo”, which is followed by a setting of the familiar hymn, “Hosanna, Loud Hossana”.  The final verse is joined with a descant that brings the music to a full and glorious ending.  The optional handbells enhance the music from beginning to end.  Shawnee… Continue reading O Sing Hosanna

O Sing A Song

With optional hand claps throughout, this straight forward rhythmic song is appropriate for school and church.  Shawnee Press. Voicing satb Accompaniment Piano accompaniment