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I know this is a broad question, but what are your favorite unison and two part pieces? All genres. What has worked well with your young choirs? (I'm having the most trouble finding quality rep for my 5th and 6th graders.) ... See MoreSee Less

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Kate DupuisYonder come day is a great piece that you can cater to the ability of your choir

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Lisa JohnsonPromised Land by Sleeth

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Lisa JohnsonDormi, Dormi - Goetze (I think)

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Lisa JohnsonWaters Ripple and Flow (don't remember composer), A Distant Shore - Donnelly, Strid

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Lisa JohnsonNo Dulci Jubilo - Gilpin (has sign language with it)

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Lisa JohnsonDreams that Children Dream - Schram, Goliath - Martin

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Natalie MillerPath to the Moon is always a hit with my kiddos. As is Mary Had a Little Blues.

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Rebecca Gregorio HammacGrow Little Tree by Andrea Ramsey. Love this piece!

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Jennifer Prigodich HelwigPath to the moon is my absolute favorite! Al Shlosha by Allan Naplan is another. Dodi Li, arr. Rao is great, too. Birdsong by Paul Read, so many others. Look at Boosey and Hawkes. Also many arrangements by Rollo Dilworth...Shine on Me, Little David Play on your Harp, etc.

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Lisa JohnsonFestival Alleluia - Pote

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Lisa JohnsonUnder the Calico Tree

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Amanda CampbellUnison - Winter Changes, David Brunner

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Laura DelauneyFor the Beauty of the Earth, Shiru, yonder Come Day, Mozart Alphabet Song (backwards!), Shine On Me

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Sharon Herzogfollow

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Dena Carper AdamsO Colored Earth

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Jessica E. TaylorI give you a song.

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Sarah GiordanoA Boat Beneath A Sunny Sky, Jensen . (Poem by Lewis Carroll)

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Marcia HempelPeter and Mary Alice Amidon have some good songs, like Brotherhood and Sisterhood. amidonmusic.com

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Marcia HempelI also like the piece "Song For the Mira".

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Janelle Doddfollowing

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Lucy SwansonPath to the Moon, Eric Thiman (unison)

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Rick RamseyVelvet Shoes by Randall Thompson.

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Teresa ScogginsDream Keeper-Dillworth, Mary had a little blues(can't remember), path to the moon-thiman, al shlosha, yonder come day, ken berg has some nice things out there, The World is Full of Poetry-Brunner, jaberwocky-Brunner,

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Mary Jane Self PhillipsI use lots of solo repertoire for unison pieces. Song of Peace (can't remember the arranger) and Some Folks Do - arr.Gallina) are good partner song arrangements.

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