I have notated the standard Jubilate Deo round.
You can use it as a processional (group can enter singing in unison) and then break up into 4 parts after everyone is standing in place.
It can be used with all treble voices, all bass/tenor voices, are mixed voices.
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This is the Ultimate Valentine's Day round for ALL AGES!
This sweet, lilting round works well for elementary, middle school, high school, and community choirs.
In addition to the tradition purposes of a round (great for sight-singing, learning how to sing independent parts, etc.), this round is designed to focus on consonants that are frequently mispronounced or omitted as well as ones that frequently sound the same, even though they shouldn't.
Perform Mozart's Lacrimoso son io round in two to eight parts. It will work in virtually any vocal configuration.
Download the PDF of this round, written in 4 parts. First, all 4 voices sing the unison melody. Next, each part enters separately.