Women's Voices

A Hundred Million Miracles

This charming song from Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Flower Drum Song" makes an excellent addition to Broadway repertoire for a women's chorus.

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Cantate Domino

One of a number of short motets written by Italian composer, Claudio Monteverdi, this madrigal style for six voices has been set for SSA, carefully weaving selected vocal lines from the original to create this stylistically authentic edition using both energized and legato singing.

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Die Lotusblume

Music for Young Singers Series Jill Gallina has done a masterful job of arranging this piece of classic literature in a new, lush arrangement for women’s voices. This pristine setting of Shumann’s Die Lotosblume is a wonderful spring concert, contest or festival piece.

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I Got Love

This feel-good song from the musical "Purlie" brims with enthusiasm from beginning to end! Well-crafted for middle school and beginning high school women's groups, this is the song that won Melba Moore the Tony Award in 1970! 

  

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I Enjoy Being a Girl

SSA groups will have a blast with this classic Rodgers & Hammerstein song from "Flower Drum Song." It's cute, campy, and lots of fun!

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Mister Santa

A Christmas nod to Mister Sandman, this Pat Ballard song is a must for the holidays. Perfect for either your 2-part choir or women's ensemble. Complete with “bum bum bums”, this letter to Santa is sure to entice your listeners - even Scrooge! Available: SSA; 2-Part; StudioTrax CD.

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Pie Jesu

This famous movement is the soprano aria from Fauré’s Requiem in D minor, Op. 48. Beautifully arranged for SSA voices, Jill Gallina retained the serene melodic sound while adding full, three-part harmonies, keeping the harmonic intent of the original. A lovely addition to your women’s choral library. Available Separately: SSA, PianoTrax CD. Duration: ca. 2:49.

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Put On a Happy Face

This popular standard from the Broadway musical "Bye, Bye, Birdie" is arranged for younger voices using its original bright and bouncy feel. A great number to showcase both pop and concert choirs! 

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Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree

How about a little rock-n-roll this holiday? For mixed ensembles, women's groups, or children's voices, this Johnny Marks favorite will have your audience in a '50s rockin' mood! “Everyone dancin' merrily in the new, old-fashioned way!” Available: 3-Part Mixed; SSA; 2-Part; StudioTrax CD.

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Sanctus-Faure

From his best known larger work Requiem in D minor, Fauré’s Sanctus is set here for 3-part mixed and SSA voices. Many of the movements from the Requiem have been used in movies and television, making it likely that your young singers have heard parts of it before. This choral arrangement makes a beautiful selection for concert and festival.

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Sing to the Lord With Joyful Spirit

In this celebratory choral, each part sings its own melody which later combine in partner-style form. It’s an excellent choice for smaller choirs and younger singers learning to harmonize as well as to sing independently and in unison. The lyric uses English and easy Latin phrases to make learning quick while giving the opportunity for musical development.

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Someone Like You

Here is the standout ballad from the dark, dramatic Broadway musical "Jekyll & Hyde" in an accessible setting for mixed and women's chorus.

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Sonntag

Brahms’ radiant Lieder is crafted into this lovely SSA choral work. Unison singing establishes the melody then breaks off into three-part harmony. Individual part-singing in the second verse makes this small masterwork an excellent teaching piece as well as a performance gem.

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Twistin’ at the Hop

Showcase your young choirs and demonstrate their dance moves with this 4-minute medley of classic fun favorites! Easy to learn and highly entertaining, this sock-hoppin' medley includes: At the Hop; Let's Twist Again; The Loco-motion and Peppermint Twist.

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Venga Nel Nostro Coro

Venga Nel Nostro Coro, alternatively called Canone, was originally a 4-part canon or round written by Antonio Salieri from Canons for Unaccompanied Voices. Loosely translated it means “come to the choir.” The lyrics invite those with “difficulty to come to the choir with the promise of happiness and peace.” A joyful statement indeed for the happiness that singing together can bring!

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