Anyone interested in having copies of this for one of your choirs to perform? I’ll give it away free. I was commissioned by NDMTA as ND composer of the year. Email me if interested. email@example.com
Eager to hear what people think about these two pieces I’ve written over the last few years for 600-700+ voice massed choirs. They are basically classical choral music with a metal edge (electric guitar, drum kit, etc.). Not the best sound quality – it was someone’s cell phone – but
The theme of my November 2nd concert is “home”. We have changing ideas of what “home” means during our lives., and I am looking for a wide variety of styles and perspectives on the subject. Any suggestions you can offer will be greatly appreciated. Some pieces I have programmed already
Hello colleagues, I’m sure many of my repertoire questions have already been posed (and answered) in this forum. Is there a way to search the forum to find these topics, rather than clog up the list with repeat queries? Thanks! Kim Rankin
Hello all! I have a beginning choir high school choir. Most are completely new to choir and choral singing. I am focusing a great deal of vocal development: good breath support, vowel alignment/production, resonance, open throat. It seems like I am trying to tackle too much at once, though. When
HI, I would like for a men’s quintet to sing the King’s Singer’s “Born on a New Day” I can only find an SATB arrangement and I am wondering if it can be sung as TTBB ? I don’t have a lot of experience with this, so I would appreciate
Dear colleagues, I’m hoping someone can lend or rent me “I Am Woman,” by Helen Reddy and Ray Burton, arranged for SSA by Jeff Funk and published by Alfred. Thank you!
Dear All: I am looking for the score of Jubilanten, a work for female choir. I have not been able to find it online. Would you please send me information so I can purchase it? Please find below a link to a great version by Bella Voce Young Women’s Choir.
Hello, ChoralNet community, I’m a late-20’s choral arranger/composer who has been in the field for more than 10 years. Hal Leonard controls the copyright to publishing sheetmusic for the majority of pop-music in today’s pop-market; and, it is where I would obtain the copyright to publish the following song in
This is a little off-topic for the forum, but I have a challenge I’ve been experiencing since our organist began 6 years ago. He (I’ll call him George) has a 40-year career as an organist and has average playing skills. He came to our church when our previous organist retired.