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Latin American Choral Series

The Latin American Choral Series brings the exciting sounds of Latin America to choirs throughout the world. Selected by Oscar Escalada, the series includes a tremendous variety of styles ranging from the first polyphonic music composed in the New World, to traditional folksongs, tantalizing tangos, love songs, original compositions, and a mass.

Latin Pop Hits

A new and fun series that will get your choir bailando! The rhythm of the music of these hit songs by top Latin arts is infectious and will get boih the singers and the audiences swaying. Great additions to any choirs repertoire!

Leonard Bernstein Choral Series

Few composers capture their time and become the iconic voice of their age. Writing for small ensembles, symphony orchestras, Broadway, film and opera houses, Leonard Bernstein projected a simple message of understanding and hope employing both complex and simple forms and styles.

While his music finds its spiritual home in his world view, his music speaks with a New York accent, even though he was born in Massachusetts. His love affair with Europe and his sensitivity to his Russian and Jewish roots are never far from his lyrical expressivity, with its fragile sense of optimism, its loneliness, its humor and its demand for acceptance. All of this is wrapped in the rhythmic propulsion of a great American urban landscape. He has left us an aural image of his time and place and, at the same time, an eternal voice of humanity

Little Voices

Each themed book in the Little Voices series contains five songs that make a perfect introduction to part-singing for beginner groups.

Mary Goetze Choral Series

High quality repertoire for children's and youth choirs, specially selected and arranged by the leading US educationalist Mary Goetze. Dr. Goetze is recognized for her work as a clinician, composer and conductor. Her arrangements and compositions for treble voices are published by Boosey & Hawkes in the Mary Goetze Choral Series. In addition to degrees from Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Indiana University, and the University of Colorado, she holds certifications in Kodaly and Orff Schulwerk.

Masterworks for Young Choir

Why should grown ups have all the fun? Introduce the joys of the choral classics to your younger singers with these arrangements especially created for aspiring youth choir. Mozart, Haydn, Handel, Purcell and many other of the great composers of the past are included in the series.

Moses Hogan Choral Series

African-American spirituals comprise one of the world’s greatest and best loved bodies of music, appealing to performers and audiences across all boundaries and Moses Hogan was considered to be a master of genre. His arrangements and compositions can be considered the definitive expression of the musical form and this series is a collection of his finest works.

Music For Women's Voices

A new and growing collection of interesting pieces arranged for three part treble voices. Far from run-of-the-mill these arrangements will prove to be both rewarding and satisfying.

Music of Aaron Copland

For nearly four decades, American composer Aaron Copland achieved a distinctive musical characterization of American themes in an expressive modern style. He was concerned with crafting sounds that would be seen as “American” in its scope, incorporating a range of styles in his work that included jazz and folk and connections to Latin America.

Copland was a renowned composer of film scores as well, working on Of Mice and Men (1939), Our Town (1940) and The North Star (1943)—receiving Academy Award nominations for all three projects. He eventually won an Oscar for The Heiress (1949).

Music of Alice Parker

Alice Parker, internationally renowned composer, conductor and teacher, studied composition and conducting at Juilliard School where she began her long association with Robert Shaw. The many Parker settings of American folksongs, hymns and spirituals form an enduring repertoire for choruses all around the world.

Music of Audrey Snyder

Audrey has published numerous original choral compositions and arrangements spanning the entire spectrum of choral music from Top 40 pop to the classics and from elementary through high school levels. Her creative work along with her arrangements and editions place her in the forefront of writers for the school market.

Widely recognized as one of the top educational choral writers today, Audrey composes music with rare beauty, simplicity and charm. She is a highly regarded educator, clinician, editor and producer.

Music of Cristi Cary Miller

Cristi Miller is highly regarded across the United States as a master teacher, conductor and composer. Cristi has served as the Elementary Representative on the Oklahoma Choral Directors Association Board of Directors as well as the Elementary Vice President and President for the Oklahoma Music Educators Association. Along with her educational responsibilities, Mrs. Miller authors and co-authors a column for a national music magazine entitled Music Express! and was a contributing writer for the Macmillan McGraw-Hill music textbook series, Spotlight on Music. Mrs. Miller is frequently in demand as a clinician and director across the United States and Canada. She has numerous choral pieces and books in publication through the Hal Leonard Corporation and has also been the recipient of several ASCAP awards for her music.

Music of Emily Crocker

Emily Holt Crocker, Director of the Milwaukee Children's Choir is recognized nationally as one of the leading experts in children's choirs. After a successful 15-year career as a music teacher and choral director in her native Texas, she joined the music publishing industry, and now holds the position of Vice President of Choral Publications for Hal Leonard Corporation.

She holds degrees from the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's University, and has done additional study at UNT (choral conducting), Westminster Choir College (conducting and voice-building), TWU (vocal pedagogy) and Sam Houston State University (Kodaly methods).

Music of John Leavitt

John Leavitt currently serves as Director of Choral Activities and Professor of Music at MidAmerica Nazarene University. An extraordinary composer, performer, and clinician for church and school music literature, Dr. Leavitt continues to teach, lecture, and guest conduct numerous workshops, festivals, and symposia. He has served as a regular guest conductor in major venues throughout the United States, including New York’s Carnegie Hall and Washington DC’s Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Dr. Leavitt’s compositions are represented in nearly every major music catalog. His music is regularly featured on public radio stations and has been performed in more than 30 countries across the world.

Music of Joyce Eilers

Joyce Eilers is recognized as one of the top choral composers in the country, with hundreds of compositions and arrangements in her catalog, best-selling methods for teaching sight-singing, and for her mentoring of young composers.

Music of Kirby Shaw

Kirby Shaw is one of the most prolific vocal harmony arrangers in the business with many, many hundreds of published arrangements to his credit. Directors like Kirby's approach to a song which can often both challangesand delight the performers.

Music of Mac Huff

Mac Huff is one of the leading choral arrangers and composers in the music industry with over 1,700 published arrangements.

His academic background includes degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Texas-Austin, as well as summer study at the Aspen Music Festival and doctoral work at the University of Southern California.

Over the years he has composed, arranged and musical directed award winning shows for ABC-TV, NBC-TV, The Walt Disney Co., Hallmark, Inc., Colleco, Inc., Canon, Dow Inc., the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Six Flags Show Productions, Union Station Main Stage Shows (Indianapolis), JB Robin Co. (Los Angeles), Howard Lanin Productions (New York) and TMJ Productions (Las Vegas) among others. In addition, he is in demand as a lecturer and as a guest artist for various music festivals and workshops throughout the world.

Music of Philip Lawson

Philip joined The King’s Singers in 1994 and sung for over 18 years with the group and performed more than 2,000 concerts, co-presented over 300 workshops and appeared on 25 CDs, several DVDs and numerous radio and television programs. He was also the group’s principal arranger, contributing over 50 arrangements to the repertoire, including 10 for the 2008 album “Simple Gifts”, which went on to win the 2009 GRAMMY award for Best Classical Crossover Album.

Music of Philip Stopford

Philip Stopford is a composer of choral music, conductor and organist from England. Philip began his musical career as a Chorister at Westminster Abbey under the direction of both Simon Preston and Martin Neary. After winning a major Music Scholarship to Bedford School, Philip composed a setting of the Responses which later won the Federation of Old Choristers' Composition Prize.

Music of Roger Emerson

Roger Emerson is a professional composer and arranger with over 900 choral titles in print and over 30 million copies in circulation. He is the most widely performed composer/arranger of popular choral music in the world today. Mr. Emerson has been the recipient of ASCAP's Standard Award for 20 years running and his works have been performed at the White House, Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. He is in constant demand as a lecturer on pop music and the changing voice and has appeared at numerous MENC and ACDA conferences.

Music of Rollo Dilworth

Rollo A. Dilworth is Professor of Music and Director of Choral Activities and Music Education at the North Park University School of Music in Chicago, Illinois. Dilworth established himself at a relatively young age as a leading arranger and composer of African American spirituals and his work has been performed by prestigious choirs for many years.

Norman Luboff Choral Series

With a call from Hollywood to be choral director of The Railroad Hour, a radio weekly starring Gordan McRae, Mr. Luboff entered a period of enormous artistic growth and accomplishment, including the scoring of many television programs and more than eighty motion pictures. He also recorded with America's most noted artists, including Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford, and Doris Day. In 1950, he formed Walton Music Corporation to make his works available in printed form.

The Norman Luboff Choir became one of the leading choral groups in the world, recording a wide variety of music on more than seventy-five LPs and touring yearly from 1963 to 1987. As an educator, Mr. Luboff was in much demand, guest conducting all-state, clinic, and festival choirs of every description in the United States and abroad

Pop Choral Series

This series features many of the top hits of the day and also classic popular songs from recent decades. Almost all the top arrangers of contemporary vocal harmony are represented here and these are songs known and loved my many.

Randy Stenson Male Chorus Series

Randolph C. Stenson is on the music faculty at St. Mary’s International School in Tokyo, Japan, where he conducts the St. Mary’s Men’s Choir, Varsity Male Ensemble, and International Show Choir. With more than twenty years experience in developing male ensembles, his groups have gained international recognition, winning top honors and awards at competitions and festivals in Japan and abroad.

Mr Stenson’s choirs have appeared with such diverse performers and musical organizations as Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras, John Ken Nuzzo, John Denver, Perry Como, Yuzo Kayama, Alexander Mikhalov, John Rutter, and the Covent Garden and La Scala Opera Companies. They have performed for Japanese television and radio audiences, members of the Japanese Imperial Family, government ministers, visiting dignitaries including former President Reagan, and have been featured guests the world over.

Robert Young Choral Series

As an award-winning member of ASCAP, Dr. Young had more than 100 choral compositions published by some of the most prestigious publishing companies in the United States. It was his work with the Baylor Chamber Singers and the beautiful performance venue of the Armstrong Browning Library that provided much of the inspiration for his numerous choral compositions.

Ron Kean Multicultural Choral Series

Dr. Ronald Kean, Emeritus Professor of Music at Bakersfield College, spent six years as ACDA Repertoire and Standards Chair for Ethnic and Multicultural Perspectives at state, division, and national levels. He is frequently called upon to adjudicate festivals, lecture, and to conduct workshops and honor choirs in the US and abroad.

Rosephanye Powell Choral Series

Dr. Rosephanye Dunn Powell has been hailed as one of America’s premier women composers of choral music. She has an impressive catalogue of works published by some of the nation’s leading publishers. Her work has been auctioned by Chorus America and her compositions are in great demand at choral festivals around the country, frequently appearing on the regional and national conventions of the American Choral Directors Association, as well as Honor Choir festivals. Dr. Powell’s compositions include sacred and secular works for mixed chorus, women’s chorus, men’s chorus, and children’s voices.

Sacred Christmas Choral

Satisfying arrangements of sacred Christmas music for choirs of all abilities.

Setting the Standards

A truly great songs will last forever as exemplified in this series of some of the all-time popular favorite songs, both modern and decades old. Fresh arrangements by top arrangers have been created for intermediate and developing choirs who will have lots of fun performing these classic songs

Shawnee Press Christmas

Since 1939 Shawnee Press has led the way in providing music of the highest quality to schools, churches, choirs and vocal ensembles. Here is a collection of their most popular Christmas music perfect for beginning to intermediate choirs.

Shawnee Press Pop Series

Since 1939 Shawnee Press has led the way in providing music of the highest quality to schools, churches and ensembles of all abilities. This series feature pop hits from some of the top performers of the day.

Sing in the Barbershop Quartet

These great collections let men sing four-part a cappella harmony with a professionally recorded barbershop quartet. The books include tenor, lead, baritone, and bass parts (TTBB) and the CDs feature full performances. Just turn on the CD, open the book, pick your part, and sing along!

Sounds of a Better World

Sounds of a Better World = small voices calling is a series of songs focusing on children. It examines their world and how small steps can be made to improve it.

When this journey began for me almost five years ago, I was very disturbed to learn of various incidents around the world where children were subjected to adverse conditions. I began to wonder how they could possibly develop into caring, responsible adults, with such hardship defining their childhood.

As I read more and explored our attitudes as a society toward children, I began to feel that we (as Dr. Martin Luther King said) "must ask ourselves how responsible we are for the well-being of others". Do we have the courage to feel responsible? What ideals do we strive for? How can we find innovative ways in which the personal and social problems of childhood can be overcome? Can music be utilized as a potential bridge to reach out and address these issues?

What I have come to understand is that we must send the best part of ourselves into the future through our children. If we want society to evolve, we need to understand the importance of childhood, and how vital our role should be in doing whatever we can to nuture every child. We should all be aware of our powerful influence on their minds. Through this incredible journey that Sounds of a Better World has taken me on, I hope to have somehow addressed these issues and to have embraced the joy that children can bring into this world. - Jim Papoulis

SSA Showcase

An excellent collection of accessible arrangements of classics songs that are particularly suited for female voices. These familiar songs are fun for both singers and the audiences and will indeed showcase your singers at their very best.

The Music of Christmas

A series of fresh holiday arrangements of both traditional and modern songs from some of today's top arrangers.

Transient Glory

Transient Glory introduces newly commissioned choral music by the world's major composers created to celebrate the profoundly transcendent nature of young singing voices. This series is designed and developed by its editor Francisco J. Nunez of tthe Young People's Chorus of New York, as a commitment to young voices singing glorious music during that short, transient period of childhood.

TTB Showcase

An excellent collection of accessible arrangements of classics songs that are particularly suited for male voices. These familiar songs are fun for both singers and the audiences and will indeed showcase your singers at their very best.

Vocal Jazz Series

Every vocal ensemble should surely have some vocal jazz songs in their repertoire and this series offers a great many of the great jazz standards arranged for either small ensembles or larger choirs. Get in the groove!

Voices Rising

For intermediate ensembles who are who are growing and improving and who wish to expand their repertoire then this series is just perfect. Slightly more challenging arrangements and added voice parts helps take the singers to another level.

Walton Choral Series

Walton Music was established in 1950 by Norman Luboff as a publishing house for Luboff's choral arrangements and compositions. Today, Walton serves the choral community by publishing works by noted composers such as Eric Whitacre and Ola Gjeilo, and promoting both new composition and the preservation of classics. Gunilla Luboff (spouse of the late Norman Luboff) worked for many years as the owner and editor of Walton Music. During Gunilla's tenure, she maintained and expanded the Walton catalog, helping it to become one of the leading choral catalogs in the United States and a well-respected catalog across the world. Originally from Sweden, Gunilla helped to establish Walton as a champion of Scandinavian choral music, making Scandinavian works more readily available in the United States.

World Music Series

Harmony singing is found in every culture around the world, each with it's own distinctive style and sounds. This series features local songs from across the spectrum and will be a special treat for your singers to perform and to also perhaps help them learn more about other countries and their people.

Worship and Praise

Delightful settings of praise and worship songs that are singable and engaging. Suitable for choirs of all abilities.

Yale Glee Club New Classics

The Yale Glee Club is Yale’s principal undergraduate mixed choir and oldest musical organization. Since the days of Marshall Bartholomew, the Yale Glee Club has been recognized throughout the world for its new contributions to the choral repertoire.

Youth Sings Out

Your young singers are developing nicely so now is the time to encourage them further by performing these arrangements especially created for the emerging choir. Energetic and fun these songs have a light-hearted joy that will please singers and audiences alike.

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