Best Selling Chorals
When Lucy Jones was in the fifth grade in 2013, she penned the words for this engaging essay. The piece, which was written for unison voices and piano, is a beautiful addition to Maribeth Yoder-White’s series stress on child voices.
Animal Imagination is part of our Hinshaw Accent On Young Voices Choral Series.
This liturgical text has been arranged by middle school music instructor and composer Tom Shelton for unison voices, piano, and oboe (or flute or violin). It’s a terrific idea to teach your kids the fundamentals of Latin diction. Church musicians might like to give Pie Jesu a try during Lent or Holy Week.
Numerous opportunities exist in this poetic piece to advance both musical and non-musical knowledge and comprehension. Although it was written for the 2014 North Carolina Elementary Honors Chorus, adult women can certainly enjoy it.
My Mother’s Love
On Mother’s Day or the Festival of the Christian Home, this beautiful work for children and their mothers will elicit tears instantly. Even just the text is quite moving. This is yet another fantastic entry from our Hinshaw Music Accent On Young Voices Choral Series, which is edited by Dr. Maribeth Yoder-White.
My Mother’s Love is easily put together with limited rehearsal.
The Bee is the ideal chance to impart vocabulary and diction rules to young singers in a sumptuous poetic performance. This work dramatically sets the text in a memorable style that your pupils are sure to enjoy, starting with the opening swell in the piano accompaniment.
Try The Bee during American music month.