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Andrea Ramsey Choral Series

Dr. Andrea Ramsey is a composer, conductor, music educator and native of Arkansas. Her teaching experiences range from work with adolescent and children’s voices to frequent guest conducting of all-state and honor choirs, to her current position as the Associate Director of Choral Studies at the University of Colorado Boulder. An active member of ACDA, ASCAP, and NAfMe, Andrea believes strongly in the growth of young people as musicians and human beings through the experience of performing meaningful choral music.


Betty Bertaux Series

Betty Bertaux's works have expanded the body of quality repertoire for young singers. Her original compositions are tonally based and characterised by 20th century freshness. Her folk song arrangements are carefully conceived to capture the essence and spirit of the song material. Betty Bertaux's music combines the best elements of musicality and pedagogical concerns.

Compositions and arrangements are characterized by tonal and rhythmic variety. Often, specific aural and vocal needs are addressed. Compositions encourage singers to explore the expressive elements inherent in all music.

Text choices are made with the young singer in mind. Ranging from children's poetry to traditional folk texts in a variety of languages, they capture the imagination of the young vocal artist.


Brookfield Christmas Choral

A collection of both traditional and sacred Christmas music for intermediate mixed voice choirs. Ideal for worship during the Advent season.


Brothers Sing On!

Dr. Jonathan Palant teaches choral music at the University of Texas at Dallas and is founder and conductor of both Credo and the Dallas Street Choir. From 2007 to 2011, Dr. Palant served as Artistic Director of Dallas’ Turtle Creek Chorale. Dr. Palant made his Carnegie Hall conducting debut performing with renowned artists Frederica von Stade, Harolyn Blackwell, Jake Heggie, and Broadway composer Stephen Schwartz.


Canadian Brass Choral Series

Canadian Brass has performed Christmas music for brass quintet and choir in concert for many years and have made many of those arrangements available.


Cantus Music for Men's Voices

One of the nation's leading male a cappella vocal ensembles present a series of some of their most popular arrangements.


Carols for Christmas

Traditional Christmas carols are given modern interpretations by some of today's leading choral arrangers. Not the same old arrangements here!


Choral Explorations

A new series for developing choir. Additional titles are being added soon.


Choral Treasury Series

The Choral Treasury Series focuses on presenting many of the great early music choral compositions in an accessible style for your intermediate ensembles. Works by Brahms, Mozart, Palestrina, Byrd and many others.


CME Advanced Repertoire

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


CME Beginning Repertoire

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


CME Building Bridges

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


CME Conductors Choice

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


CME Holiday Lights

Fresh contemporary arrangements of Christmas music from around the world. Most arrangements in this series are a cappella and are perfect fro your Holiday concerts.


CME in High Voice

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


CME in Low Voice

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


CME Intermediate Repertoire

The Choral Music Experience library is a culturally diverse and distinctive repertoire appropriate for study and performance. Based on the concept of "education through artistry" the choral series is organized in levels of musical challenge spiraling upward in complexity from Beginning to Advanced.


Concert Festival Series

This series has something to offer for choirs of all levels and features a wide selection of songs both modern and classic.


Contemporary Festival

A series of fresh arrangements of well known anthems and standards suitable for concerts of intermediate choirs.


Contemporary Secular Christmas

Add some swing and sizzle to your holiday program with these modern arrangements of secular Christmas songs. Your concerts will be lively with these well-crafted standards and originals that are bound to please both singers and audiences.


Craig Hella Johnson Choral Series

Renowned as one of today’s most influential voices in choral conducting, Craig Hella Johnson brings unparalleled depth of knowledge, artistic sensitivity, and rich imagination to his programs. As Grammy®-winning founder and Artistic Director of Conspirare, Johnson assembles some of the finest singers in the country to form a world-class, award-winning ensemble committed to creating dynamic choral art. A composer and arranger, Johnson works with G. Schirmer Publishing on the Craig Hella Johnson Choral Series, featuring specially selected composers as well as some of his original compositions and arrangements.


Dale Warland Choral Series

The distinguished career of choral composer and conductor Dale Warland spans more than six decades and has made a profound contribution to the music of our time. Founder and music director of the The Dale Warland Singers, Warland developed an ensemble known for its flawless sound, technical finesse, and stylistic range. With the Dale Warland Singers, Warland commissioned over 270 new choral works and fostered the careers of an entire generation of composers. Warland’s compositions and arrangements have been performed and recorded by choruses throughout the world.


Discovery Christmas Choral

A series of secular Christmas songs especially arranged for developing choirs.


Discovery Concert

An extensive series of choral music arranged for beginning and intermediate choirs of all ages.


Discovery Series for Men

Your beginning male voice choir will enjoy these popular songs that have been arranged for two part singing. Easy yet rewarding arrangements by some of the top choral arrangers.


Entertainment Showcase

An older series of arrangements of classic pop songs for intermediate choirs.


Eric Whitacre Choral

Probably the most talked about choral composer of modern times these arrangements are challenging and rewarding to perform.


Eugene Rogers Choral Series

Eugene Rogers Choral Series features emerging composers who specialize in contemporary classical and folk music traditions.


Gentry Choral Series

When Fred Bock left Word Music to strike out on his own in 1968, he decided to name his new company after one of the streets on which his apartment building was located: Gentry Street inspired Gentry Publications. Such was the beginning of what would prove to be a legendary career. He chose wisely, for the other street would have derailed his publishing fate before it even began: Klump Avenue. From the beginning Gentry was an imprint designed for the school market – specifically those higher-end High School, College and University choirs. Gentry Publications continues its long tradition of publishing choral music from some of the finest American composers, arrangers, editors and conductors.


Henry Leck Creating Artistry

An internationally recognized choral director, Henry Leck is a professor emeritus in choral music at Butler University, where he served on the faculty for 27 years. He is the Founder and Conductor Laureate of the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, which he served as Artistic Director for 30 years. Under his leadership. the organization grew to and continues to be one of the largest and most respected children’s choir programs in the world.


Jameson Marvin Choral Series

Jameson Marvin was Director of Choral Activities, Senior Lecturer on Music at Harvard University for 32 years. From 1978 to 2010, Harvard's Choral Program garnered a distinguished national reputation. Under his conductorship, the Harvard Glee Club, Radcliffe Choral Society, and the Harvard-Radcliffe Collegium Musicum, rose to be among the premier collegiate choruses in America. These ensembles appeared at nine Eastern Division and seven National Conventions of the American Choral Directors Association, and the Choral Program at Harvard was named by Classical Singer magazine the top collegiate choral program in the United States.


Janet Galvan Women's Series

Dr. Janet Galván, Director of Choral Activities at Ithaca College, conducts the Ithaca College Choir and Women's Chorale. Galván has been recognized as one of the country’s leading conducting teachers, and her students have received first place awards and have been finalists in both the graduate and undergraduate divisions of the American Choral Directors biennial National Choral Conducting Competition.


John Purifoy Choral Series

John Purifoy is an ASCAP composer and arranger with various published choral anthems and works recorded by Carol Lawrence, Anita Kerr, the Chicago Master Chorale and other artists.


Jon Washburn Collection

Jon Washburn is the Conductor and Artistic Director of Canada's outstanding professional vocal ensemble, the Vancouver Chamber Choir. Well known internationally for his mastery of choral technique and interpretation, Washburn travels widely as guest conductor, lecturer, clinician, and master teacher.


Judith Clurman Series

Emmy and Grammy nominated conductor, educator, and choral specialist Judith Clurman is driven by a passion for vocal music in all its forms and styles. Equally at home with repertoire from the classical canon to the American Songbook, musical theater and contemporary compositions, Ms. Clurman’s performances are marked by dynamic interpretations and effortless panache.


Karl Jenkins Choral Series

Sir Karl William Pamp Jenkins, CBE is a Welsh musician and composer known for "Adiemus", The Armed Man and his Requiem. Jenkins has won many awards in the field of advertising music with credits for Levi's, British Airways, Renault, Volvo and Pepsi to name but a few, but it is for his concerts that he has achieved critical acclaim.


King's Singers Choral Series

The King's Singers are probably the most acclaimed a cappella male vocal ensemble in the world who are not only great performers but have had as members some of the most highly regarded arrangers in the business. Although a sextet they offer arrangements for several different voicings.


Laura Farnell Choral Series

Laura Farnell is an active choral composer, clinician, accompanist, and adjudicator who resides in Arlington, Texas. Laura especially enjoys working with middle school students, as well as composing and arranging for this age group.


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


Mark Foster Choral Series

A long-established series of choral arrangements suitable for choirs of all abilities.


Marks Choral Library

An older choral series that have been delighting audiences for many years.


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.


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 Heather Sorenson

Heather Sorenson entered the church music industry in her twenties, and her name quickly became a welcomed fixture in the publishing world. Heather is hired by the largest and most respected publishers in the world, and her pieces remain at the top of Bestsellers lists and Editor's Choice selections.

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