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Treble: by Mozart

Mladen Stanev
mstanev(a)dir.bg

Thanks for all responds!
I find and will use for my purposes KV 346
But I'm sending the compilation, and i will use it in the future!
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If your choir is sophisticated enough, there is an incredible 5-part
"Kyrie" (a capella) which is completely magical in its sound. It is a
canon, although written out in the edition which I used many, many
years ago (I'm sorry, I no longer recall the publisher). I would
recommend it highly.

Alex Ruggieri
First Congregational Church of Los Angeles
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Try "Regina Caeli"-also "Alleluia"-
I believe Mozart may have as many as four arrangements of "Regina
Caeli"- You may find one that is suitable.
The Alleluia may be in three parts.
Ann Nichols
Florence,SC
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You could perform the Scene with the Three Spirits and Pamina from Die
Zauberflote.

Emily Crocker
Milwaukee Children's Choir
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Mladen,
There are several nice arrangements of the Alleluia. I have even added
the origianal solo over the arrangement for an extravaganza.
S

Stephen A. Stomps, Director
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Dear Mladen,

I have many works for Girls choir by Mozart, some I have arranged, some
I have found arranged by others. Most works have keyboard
accompaniments.

Do you have his Canons? Sie ist dahin - Alleluia - Ave Maria - Kyrie -
etc. Mosart has lots of canons. Some are even complicated. I arranged
"Bona Nox" canon for SSSS and piano, we performed it in Dresden this
year.

I have arranged longer works too, like Mozart's Te Deum.
Joan Yakkey
Scuola di Musica di Fiesole
Florence Italy


Success for all!