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  • This is the famous round that can be performed in 3 parts. It can be sung in three part treble voices, three part tenor/basses voices, or a mixture.   Provided:
    1. A one-page round with the entrances clearly notated
    2. A three-page version with the parts written out, and an ending where all parts finish together on a 3-part chord
  • This is the standard Jubliate Deo round. It can be used for 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.  
  • This is the standard Music Alone Shall Live 3-part round. It can be used for a processional or as a stand alone performance piece.  
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    This is a fun Thanksgiving round that was created to focus on specific articulation.

    It can be sung in unison, two parts, or four parts.

    It's always a victory when a piece of music can be fun and also a learning tool!

    Comes as a one-page round and in 4 parts written-out!  
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    Halloween

    This is a fun Halloween round that was created to focus on specific articulation. Included in the music is a list of consonants that are commonly mispronounced.

    It can be sung in 2 parts, 4 parts, or even 8 parts!

    works with any voice combination: all female, all male, mixed

    It's always a victory when a piece of music can be fun and also a learning tool!

     
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    This SSA A-Cappella arrangement is a winner! It is patriotic, full, easy to learn, and has a vocal range of G3-F5! Click here for link to audio files for each vocal part
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    Thanksgiving Halloween

    Here are three fantastic rounds that you've never heard before! Each one is for a special holiday and teaches advanced diction!

    1. Trick or Treat Round  - fun round up to 8 parts - focuses on the "Tr" vs "Ch" consonants

    2. Thanksgiving/Fall Gratitude Round - fun round that focuses on the two different "Th" sounds - very cool ending!

    3. Valentine's Day Round - focuses on the "V" vs the "F" - easy to learn!

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  • Oseh Shalom is a call for peace. This original setting of “Oseh Shalom” is a joint quest to stop fighting and to share our Earth peacefully. As continuous conflicts around have been going on continuously throughout the world for thousands of years, the ability to create an eternal state of peace seems nearly impossible. Any “current” situation could be solved and/or easily mediated, should both parties meet with a mutual goal of resolution; peace, however, is far more complicated, as those who have felt “wronged” carry the burden passed on from previous generations. With so many people on both sides of a conflict carrying-on past legacy, a current resolution usually lacks the comfort of a definitive and absolute resolution.
  • Oseh Shalom is a call for peace. This original setting of “Oseh Shalom” is a joint quest to stop fighting and to share our Earth peacefully. As continuous conflicts around have been going on continuously throughout the world for thousands of years, the ability to create an eternal state of peace seems nearly impossible. Any “current” situation could be solved and/or easily mediated, should both parties meet with a mutual goal of resolution; peace, however, is far more complicated, as those who have felt “wronged” carry the burden passed on from previous generations. With so many people on both sides of a conflict carrying-on past legacy, a current resolution usually lacks the comfort of a definitive and absolute resolution.
  • The story:

    This original piece is intended to uplift the spirit and unify us together. It should be sung rhythmically throughout. It opens with the feeling of the earth spinning. The verses explain the inner complexity that we as individual faces on a daily basis and how we need to awaken our spirit in order to overcome life's obstacles. The choruses unify the singers and the world as we become voice. The percussion is a reminder that life moves us forward and it is up to us to jump on board and take the journey that we have been given. Together, every heartbeat brings us closer, gives us faith and hope to carry on.
  • This popular poem is beautifully and carefully set to create a powerful image.  The voice-leading and repetition is perfect for a developing choir but the depth of the piece will work with a refined high school, college, or community ensemble as well.
  • This piece, using the poetry of Walt Whitman, brings us to a place of tranquility; a place where the mind relaxes and we can all just "be". This carefully constructed SSAA composition is accessible and fits comfortably in the vocal range of female high school singers.