This highly accessible 8 minute mini-musical for unison / two-part children's choir tells the story of the final week of Jesus' life from Palm Sunday through Easter. (Anthems may also be done separately during Holy Week.) Weaving traditional melodies with original melodic material, and providing charming narration in verse form, Ruth Elaine Schram has created a lovely work well suited to the abilities of children, yet rich in meaning for all who hear.
Russell, Poetry by Eliza Cook The Forget-me-Not - Translated from the German of Muller, and adapted to a German Air The Gallant Troubadour - Poetry by Sir Walter Scott, adapted to a favourite French Air The Galvanic Ring - Irish Melody, Moore's 'O Nothing in Life can sadden us,' Poetry by L. Far from treating it as an academic exercise, the composers responded with a collection that is interesting, varied, stimulating, and above all singable by Scotland's young singers.
These payments are referred to as "sides." As well as providing an opportunity for good music making and wonderful training, it's also loads of fun! The signature line in the chorus, "for the old man is awaitin' for to carry you to freedom," could not possibly have been sung by escaping slaves, because it was written by Lee Hays eighty years after the end of the Civil War. (1) Walther, the Poetry translated from Goethe If my Song can fondly move thee - Mozart, Poetry by D. Another resource, though not as user-friendly, is MusicaLion.
Optional Flute part included in score is the perfect complement to this Partner song. There is no charge, everyone is invited just to turn up on the night for a hour of enchanting music, followed by refreshments in the Dirleton Kirk hall. The Accompaniment Edition features two 8 1/2" X 11" spiral bound books with 10% larger print than the pew edition. Excerpt: These works are issued by Messrs. Beadle & Co., of New York, in virtue of an enterprise started in the year 1859. Obtaining a new book for these singers was made more difficult by the fact that B.
Accordingly, works first published in 1923 or later, which would have fallen into the public domain after 75 years (a 1923 work would have become PD on January 1, 1999), will now remain protected under the Bono Extension for 95 years, instead of 75 years. The book even includes five hymns by Lowell Mason, long ago the implacable enemy of the tradition that The Sacred Harp has preserved to this day.  The description just given is based on The Sacred Harp, 1991 edition, also known as the Denson edition.
Haugen) The Best of Bukas Palad Vol. 1 The Best of Bukas Palad Vol. 2 The Following User Says Thank You to NikNoK For This Useful Post: A. Weatherly - 104 John Brown's Body - Charles S. The book also includes extensive and insightful notes on the songs, the sources and traditions, plus a bibliography and discography for those who want to explore this powerful, passionate music in greater depth. in the rich gospel tradition, Move On Up contains 25 soulful spirituals and gospel songs from African American and South African traditions, arranged in four-part harmony for quartet or choir. (A4, 80 pp) Check this link for updated information, revisions to the songbooks and more a cappella, choral and Black gospel links and resources: To obtain the items above, try the Australian Music Centre if you're in Sydney: The songbooks and Rehearsing For Heaven CD are available from Allans Music and other music shops in Australia.
Journey with the "Fourth Wise Man" Artiban (Artie, for short) to Bethlehem as he goes in search of the Newborn King of kings. Furthermore, registration is actually a prerequisite for instituting a copyright infringement suit in federal court. While you are thinkging of all of these, these songs may help you out... Williams; 194 Oh, had I the wings of a Bird; �; D. Move to the Beat is a unique collection of activity based songs that will have your class or choir praising the Lord.
The singers reply with the opening notes of their own parts, and then the song begins immediately. Gill, and arranged Cruise of the "Tiger", The - A. This web site from the fascinating 'Messenger Project' seeks to put the Bible to music. The sound of this musical layer, as well as to some extent The Sacred Harp in general, can be observed by comparing versions of the well-known hymn " Amazing Grace ", which is familiar to many Americans in a form such as the following: A familiar harmonization of "Amazing Grace".
In the ensuing decades, the practice of using such instruments has evidently died out. ^ The harmony and form of Sacred Harp music are discussed in Cobb (1978, chapter 2) and in more technical detail in Horn (1970). ^ Sources for this paragraph: Marini (2003, 77), Temperley (1983), and the essay "Distant Roots of Shape Note Music" by Keith Willard, posted at the fasola.org web site (  ). ^ Dick Hulan writes, "My copy of William Smith's Easy Instructor, Part II (1803) attributes the invention [of shape notes] to 'J.
Metropolitan choral societies often maintain a smaller group for performing this kind of repertoire, and in recent years dedicated groups such as the Contemporary Singers and the Song Company have made significant contributions. Frazer; 35 Song of the Volunteers of 1782; Boyne Water; Thomas Davis; 36 Tyrol and Ireland; The Dawning of the Day; Theta; 16 Up for the Green; The Wearing of the Green; Fermoy; 218 Was it a Dream; Then in came the Miller; John O'Connell, M.