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Various Arrangers
Rennaissance Chorals

Song NameComposerArrangerVoicing
Come, Join in SingingJacob ArcadeltSAB
Sing Gloria!Russell RobinsonSAB
Laudate DominumTomas Luis de VictoriaAudrey SnyderSAB
Fa Una CanzonaOrazio VecchiRussell RobinsonSAB
Two Renaissance Chorals (Adoramus Te / Ave Maria)Russell RobinsonSAB

Arcadelt is known for his homophonic, tuneful settings. Provided with a new English text by the editor, the late Renaissance work "Come Join In Singing" is perfect for the emerging mixed ensemble. The boys' range is limited to five notes. Performed a cappella, with keyboard or with instruments, this work is ideal for concert, contest or festival. The easy-to-sing concert work "Sing Gloria!" is built on Billing's Wake Ev'ry Breath canon. It's an ideal concert opener that will be a welcome addition to every choral library. "Laudate Dominum" - Victoria, one of Spain's finest composers of the Renaissance, has been immortalized for his combination of melodic lines which weave beautiful tonal tapestries. This work, in our Easy Choral Masterworks series, is very short and accessible for young voices. Perfect for concert or contest. The most famous of all 15th Century Italian madrigals "Fa Una Canzona" is brought to life in this new Russell Robinson edition from our Developing SATB Repertoire series. Both English and Italian texts are included.

Item code: 7023B | Sheet Music | $7.95 add item to cart
Early Music | A Cappella | 3 Parts | 32 Pages | Softcover | 7 x 10

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