Come Away, Sweet Love Early 20th-Century Madrigal, arranged by Donald Moore
TTB Voices a cappella
This early 20th-century madrigal with 17th-century text has been skillfully arranged and edited by Donald Moore for TTB a cappella voices. A great choice for concert or festival, your male singers take on the role of a young man asking his love to leave with him, in case “grief and care betray you.”
Herb Frombach explores the mysteries and wonder of ancestry and family trees in this text set by Vicki Tucker Courtney for TBB voices. From the perspective of a young man, the realization that “he's [his ancestor] now a part of me" makes a connection that resonates within us all.
A Sailor's Life Traditional, arranged by Gary E. Parks
TBB Voices with Keyboard
Gary and Cathryne Parks work together to bring a rollicking sea chantey to life for TBB voices. The descriptive text of the elements of a sailor's life paints a full picture of not just the challenges and joys, but of the loneliness as well. A great choice for your concert program.
The Sword of Bunker Hill Bernard Covert & William Wallace, arranged by Matthew Armstrong
TTB Voices with Keyboard
Originally written during the Civil War era by William Wallace and Bernard Covert, the text references one of the famous battles of the Revolutionary War, and a souvenir taken during that war. This beautiful arrangement by Matthew Armstrong for TTB voices features an optional solo section for both Tenor and Baritone. This majestic work will show of the skill of your male singers.
Thulalila Lele Traditional African Song, arranged by John Englert
TBB Voices a cappella with optional Keyboard and Djembe
Thulalila Lele is a traditional African song with text translating to: "What have we done to deserve this life and what will we have to say about it when the time comes?" This work is widely performed by Zambia’s own Zambian A Cappella Group, and sounds best when accompanied only by simple percussion such as a Djembe drum.