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Arranged for SAB Choir and Piano (and optional Instrumental accompaniment) by Ed Lojeski.
A sacred oratorio arranged for SATB with piano part.
An arrangement of Sting's 1993 single for Soprano, Alto, Bass and Piano. Arranged by Roger Emerson. A ShowTrax CD is also available for this piece (sold separately).
Songs on the lighter side for mixed voice choirs, selected and edited by Ralph Allwood. Includes The Way You Look Tonight, Lullaby Of Birdland and Satin Doll.
A fantastic medley of selected hits from this ever popular stage musical by Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg. This version is arranged for SSA Choir and Piano (with optional instrumental accompaniment) by Ed Lojeski.
Vocal coach and choral director Mark De-Lisser, who has edited and arranged the highly acclaimed Sing Out! series, here turns his attention to the a cappella repertoire, with five uplifting songs for SATB choir in this sixth pop repertoire book in the series.
The feel-good classic What a Wonderful World was first recorded by Louis Armstrong in 1968. His version was later inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame. This arrangement includes that original sentimental vibe, but also adds a re-harmonized section for a unique jazz feel.
Caccini's Ave Maria is an exquisite setting of the traditional Latin text and its beauty and simplicity has led to performances by Andrea Bocelli, Katherine Jenkins, Hayley Westenra and many others.
A definitive score for this masterpiece of Tudor polyphony, edited by Henry Washington, using reference to the original part-books in the British Museum.
This songbook contains 17 Vocal selections from Lin-Manuel Miranda's critically acclaimed musical about U.S. Founding Father Alexander Hamilton.