Despite all of the current restrictions, it’s very encouraging to hear and read that choirs are continuing to get together and rehearse however they can and plan music for Remembrance and Christmas services and concerts, albeit in a more limited way…. all the pieces in the Accessible Choral Library Series are designed to be appealing and accessible enough to be learned quickly and suit smaller groups of singers so can easily be slotted into a programme at very short notice and with minimum rehearsal required… you can view the whole Series on our website… here is an enduring favourite from Peter Thompson which continues to be a best-seller year in, year out….
Our group has 38 pieces which we will not use gain. These were all purchased since 2014 and are in very good condition (most notes erased). Most are SATB, some SSA and TTB. Here is a par We have up to 150 copies of each (some less), as well as 1 copy of the accompaniment/practice CD, and instrumental parts for some as well. We are willing to donate them to an groups that might need them. Contact us for a complete list. You can have as many copies as you need, no need to take them all. Here is a sample of the titles and arrangers:
Christmas Baby Please Come Home Shaw
Christmas Pops Trio Medley Althouse
Christmas Time Is Here Zegree
Being Alive Huff
Hooray for Hollywood Beck
If My Friends Coud See Me Now Brymmer
In Love with Rodgers and Hart Shaw
Moondance Van Cleave
I am looking for a sacred Christmas choral piece that has parts for handbells, rhythm section, and orchestra. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
The mantra of the Accessible Choral Library Series is that the pieces are accessible, affordable and appealing and, in these current times we find ourselves in, they are perfect for smaller group singing. Our latest release in the series meets all the criteria and is the perfect piece to learn for Christmas! ‘How lies this little child’ is an arrangement by Tim Knight of a simple Flemish Christmas Carol, written for Solo Voice or small Unison choir of voices (any range), together with an optional Flute part, and piano accompaniment. Available in printed or digital format…
80 brand-new, unmarked copies of Quartel’s SATB arrangement of How Can I Keep from Singing? at reduced price ($2.50/copy), with free shipping. Listen to the arrangement here: https://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/media-player.jsp?&productID=10879525&type=audio
From the publisher’s website: “Sarah Quartel’s setting of How Can I Keep From Singing? is a lively reimagining of the 19th-century hymn. Opening with a solo verse, the piece proceeds with a soaring soprano melody supported by the rhythmic vocal accompaniment of the ATBB voices, with occasional alternation between 4/4 and 7/8 meter. Together, these elements capture both the gentle hope and the profound joy of the text.”