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(new) Music for TTBB

To all those who compose music or know of music for male voices (TTB, TTBB, TTBBB, TTTBBB)
Next year my vocal ensemble (Voces Capituli, Belgium) will celebrates it's 10th anniversary.  We will have some festive masses to sing, some special concerts (a.o. one 'Marian' and one 'Requiem') and will go on concerttour to Switzerland (Abbaye of Sankt Gallen) and Italy (Firenze, Rome, Milan). 
As I am always looking for new music, I would like to ask all of you to send me your music as to see wether it could be incorporated in our program.  As we are a 'liturgical' choir, it would have to be sacred music, but I am interesting in any music we could sing in churches (during masses and/or concerts) : masses, motets, psalms, ... preferably a capella.  We have 7 singers, and can sing anything from 3 - 6 voices.
Many thanks,
Dirk Maes
on October 12, 2012 4:10am
Please consider my setting of Psalm 117 - (English, Translation by the composer- TTBB - 2000 - ECS Publishing #5754. Click here and then click on "Listen" to hear a performance by the University of Michigan Men's Glee Club, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Paul Rardin, director. The music of ECS Publishing is distributed by Canticle Distributing. <> You can purchase scores from Canticle Distributing, or license this title electronically directly from ECS Publishing.
Thank you for your time and attention.
Stanley M. Hoffman, Ph.D.
on October 12, 2012 7:09am
Dear Mr. Maes,
I would like to recommend my AVE MARIS STELLA wich is for SSAA but works perfectly for TTBB also (one tone higher).
Here is the YouTube link and 
it is published by Alliance Music Inc.
on October 13, 2012 1:18pm
A Christmas selection:
I have several decades of experience singing in, conducting and composing for choirs (with degrees in vocal performance and composition) and love to work on new material, if you have any texts you're looking to have set, please contact me mryan(a)
on October 18, 2012 2:53pm
Dear Dirk: 
Please look and listen to my O Magnum Mysterium for TTBB.
Thank you,
on October 20, 2012 8:36am

Quaker Peace Testimony (TTBB + Piano). Contemporary; Quaker. Advanced. Octavo. Composed 2012. 16 pages. Duration 5:15. Published by De Stijl Music (D1.SM-12-0001).

George Fox and the Quakers wrote this pacifist manifesto to King Charles II in 1660. Harmonically rich, angular, and complex.

on October 21, 2012 4:38am
If you're up for something in Hebrew, I have a setting of the last verse of Psalm 19 TTBB a capp (trans. "May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be acceptable unto You, my Rock and my Redeemer"). I have scores/audio/video if this would be of interest.
Robert A.M. Ross
Finalist, 2012 American Prize for Choral Composition
on October 22, 2012 5:57am
Hi there Dirk
I have a couple of pieces that might be suitable:
Hodie Christus Natus Est (it says it's an 8-parter, but there are only ever 4-parts singing at once, and it's often been done in four parts!)
You can hear versions of these pieces for high voices here:
If you decide to obtain scores, they are also available from
Hope you like one or both of them.
on October 31, 2012 10:28am
Hi Dirk,
You can find sacred Russian pieces for male choir by composers such as Rachmaninoff, Gretchaninoff, Tchaikovsky, and Chesnokov (among many others) here. We also offer some wonderful sacred pieces for male choir in english.
I hope this helps you find something that suits your needs,
Nazo Zakkak
Assistant to the President
on January 7, 2013 4:48pm
I have written a variety of works for the group I currently sing with, Cantus.  I have two works you might be interested in:
1. For the Beauty of the Earth - an arrangement I wrote for a radio special, and it worked out very well.  You can hear the recording of it on my media page here.
2. Cantate Domino - They premiered my setting of the Cantate Domino text last Christmas.  I have a recording of that as well, though not posted on my site yet.
If you'd like a perusal score of either (or the recordings), please email me at paulrudoi(a), or visit my site
Thank you, and good luck with your search!
 - Paul
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