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Hello, I am looking for unison (or possibly two part) Alleluias - not terribly long - to do with a small women's choir.
The vocal part does not have to be simple, as the singers are quite good, and the piece can be unaccompanied or accompanied, as long as the organ/piano part is not terribly difficult.
Latin language or simply the word 'alleluia' preferred!
Thank you.


on July 23, 2011 6:18am
Hi Lisa - My top performing group of treble boys loves, "Alleluia" by Georg Philipp Telemann  2-part from Hal Leonard Publishing # 08551880.  It uses only the word Alleluia and has an easy piano line with two [optional] flute lines at the back.  Really a nice piece - good luck!
Bill Adams
Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas
on July 23, 2011 6:05pm
David Conte's Alleluia will be perfect for you.  EC Schirmer publishes it and you can listen to it on YouTube.
on July 24, 2011 9:18pm
I've heard the Tallis Canon done with repeating the word "Alleluia."  It puts the accent on the wrong syllable, but it still ends up sounding gorgeous!  
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