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SSAA a cappella pieces

Hello, I am a senior music education major and I direct the a cappella women's ensemble at my University. We do a wide variety of rep (not just the contemporary/pop stuff that a lot of these groups focus on!) and I am looking for some med/advanced pieces to round out our set for this spring. The concert is going to be my senior presentation, so any suggestions would be much appreciated!
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on February 3, 2013 10:15pm
Dear Tara,
 
I have more suggestions than I could type here, but here are some highlights.  If it's helpful, please visit www.elektra.ca and click on Repertoire Resources. You might try the "Top Canadian Picks" under "Collections" where there are some sound excerpts.
 
Da Pacem by Jeffrey Enns
Os Justi by Eleanor Daley
Psalm Trilogy by Srul Irving Glick
Solitude by Stephen Smith
Scarborough Fair, arr. Stephen Smith
Wood River by Connie Kaldor, arr. Willi Zwozdesky
Ave Maria by David MacIntyre
Magnificat by Christine Donkin
Le Ruisseau by Gabriel Faure
 
Please feel free to contact me for more information about any of these or anything you find on the website.  Best of luck with your recital.
 
 
 
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on February 4, 2013 12:40pm
Thanks very much to both of you!! I will definitely look into these. Mrs. Thomas: we actually did "How Can I Keep from Singing" last spring, what a beautiful piece. I also happen to know one of your Seattle Pro Musica members, Joseph Husband. I've heard so many good things!
on April 7, 2013 9:49am
Wonderful! These are so very helpful. Next year's seasons will be full of great music!
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