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Ward Swingle: Swingle Folk

Song NameArrangerVoicing
Pastime with Good CompanyWard SwingleSSAATTBB
The Agincourt Song Ward SwingleSSAATTBB
L'amour de moiWard SwingleSSAATTBB
Country DancesWard SwingleSSAATTBB
El paisanitoWard SwingleSSAATTBB
Music History 101Ward SwingleSSAATTBB

'Pastime With Good Company' is an evocation of Renaissance vocal and instrumental styles in which some of the singers are asked to imitate recorders, tabors and shaums. 'The Agincourt Song' recounts the victory of Henry V over the French at Agincourt. As in 'Pastime with Good Company,' the singers must imitate the sounds of Renaissance instruments. 'Country Dances' is a fast-moving potpourri of traditional country tunes. One theme that recurs is that of the Arkansas Traveler. The accompanying sounds evoke various country-music instruments: fiddles, banjos, jugs, etc. 'Music History 101 is a trip through Music History to the tune of "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," treated as a Gregorian Chant, a Medieval Round, a Madrigal, a Bach Chorale, a Schubert Lied and many other styles including jazz and rap. El paisanito features an alto duet with an accompaniment that imitates strumming Spanish guitars. In the men's version, the duet is sung by two male altos. 'L'amour de moi' features a soprano solo with a string-like accompaniment along with vocalized bass and drums. The three melodies in 'Tour garcon qui sert bien son maitre' come from the province of Quebec. These arrangements were commissioned by the McGill Univeristy Chamber Choir in Montreal.

Item code: 6287B | Sheet Music | $13.95 |add item to cart
Vocal Jazz | A Cappella | SSAATTBB | France
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