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for SSA and piano An attractive setting of traditional words to a melody ascribed to the American hymnwriter Robert Lowry. Scott employs his considerable arranging skills to stylish effect by contrasting unison verse sections with mellifluous wordless choruses. All is underpinned by an idiomatic and supportive accompaniment for piano or organ. This piece is also available in an SATB version.
Suitable for SATB accompanied by full orchestra or brass (4 trumpets, 2 tenor trombones, bass trombone, tuba), percussion, and organ.
for SATB and keyboard or small ensemble This can be performed on modern instruments or recorder, 3 crumhorns, sackbut, psaltery, lute, and tabor. Instrumental material is available on hire.
for 6S 6A 6T 6B unaccompanied This expansive piece requiring 24 singers sets an anonymous 16th-century text of supplication to St Cecilia. From the cascading imitation of its opening to the monolithic triads of its close, it remains spellbinding and invokes a powerful sense of the divine. Inspired by the great motets of the Eton Choir Book, this is seriously beautiful music with particular appeal for committed choirs.
for SATB and piano or orchestra to words by William Morris Instrumental material is available on hire.
for SSA and organ or piano The haunting melody of the verses and the reflective refrain of 'Ave Maria' have made this an immensely popular carol. It is also available in a version for SATB.
"The Circle of Fifths is a schematic diagram of the well-tempered tonal system. The 12 major keys and their parallel minors are arranged around the circle like the numbers denoting the 12 hours on a clock. The root notes of neighboring keys are separated by the interval of a fifth, clockwise a fifth up and counterclockwise a fifth down. The AMA Circle of Fifths emphasizes important harmonic interrelationships that can be easily recognized using the wheel."
This exquisite setting for SSA unaccompanied voices of a well-known Marian motet (in Latin) was the first of Rebecca Clarke's choral works ever to be published.
Accompaniments are for piano or chamber ensemble (using one player per string part) or chamber orchestra Instrumental material is available on hire.
Suitable for SATB, 2 flutes, and harp or piano OR SATB, 2 flutes, 2 oboes, strings, harp or piano. This is an arrangement featuring flutes and is useful for even the smallest of choirs.
Contains an atmospheric setting of a Northern Thai folksong for SATB choir with optional wind chimes. This work provides a non-singing English translation together with notes on pronunciation.
This latest addition to the Sound At Sight series provides a wealth of approachable and attractive sight-reading pieces for the guitar. Each piece has been carefully graded to match exam requirements and is presented in a clear attractive layout. This book offers invaluable practice material for guitarists and is vital in preparation for examinations.
for SATB unaccompanied This beautiful and spacious Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis setting of the Canticle of Mary is pure Jackson. Alternating stripped back, plainchant-style sections with homorhythmic passages for full choir, this music possesses an understated emotional intensity. The glorious key changes at the end of both the Magnificat and the Nunc Dimittis are spine-tingling. Appropriate for both Evensong and concert performance, this piece is well within the reach of most choirs.
Suitable for double SATB chorus unaccompanied, this work contains Stanford's extended Latin setting written in 1918.
Presents the most commonly used scales and modes with fretboard
diagrams for four-string bass. A beautiful photo of a four-string
electric bass is labeled with string numbers, open string names,
and the fret location of all the natural notes on the fretboard. A
must-have for every bassist's studio, practice room, or bedroom
Architecture is often thought to be a diary of a society, filled
with symbolic representations of specific cultural moments.
However, as Craig L. Wilkins observes, that diary includes far too
few narratives of the diverse cultures in U.S. society. Wilkins
states that the discipline of architecture has a resistance to
African Americans at every level, from the startlingly small number
of architecture students to the paltry number of registered
architects in the United States today.
Come Let's Rejoice, is suitable for unaccompanied SATB.
People around the world and throughout history have used music to
express their inner emotions, reach out to the divine, woo lovers,
celebrate weddings, inspire political movements, and lull babies to
sleep. In "Music as Social Life," Thomas Turino explores why it is
that music and dance are so often at the center of our most
profound personal and social experiences.
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