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CoverAlways Keep This Close [level: Medium]
Zachary J. Moore | Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series
RELEASED: March 2024
voicing: TTBB | catalog number: SBMP 1785 | duration: 3'30 | price: $2.70
accompaniment: piano, opt. strings

A strong unifying text from Colleen Carhuff will be dear to the hearts of singers with its sentiments such as “No notes are as connected as the souls that sing them, and no soul is happier than when surrounded by their friends. We are one!” A wonderful choice for graduation or spring concerts, this is a beautiful original work with a flowing piano accompaniment, optional strings, and a soaring melody that will resonate powerfully.

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CoverAmezaliwa Tushangilie! [level: Medium]
Robert J. Begisen
RELEASED: March 2024
voicing: TTBB | catalog number: SBMP 1762 | duration: c. 3'58 | price: $2.70
accompaniment: optional drum

Perfect for holiday concerts or any time of year, this original a cappella piece is great fun and quick to learn. Written in Kiswahili, in the Maasai idiom in East Africa, it includes a phonetic pronunciation guide and translation. Feature a tenor soloist, and include the optional notated percussion parts for a dynamic performance!

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CoverMingulay Boat Song [level: Easy]
arr. Stuart P. O’Neil
RELEASED: March 2024
voicing: TBB | catalog number: SBMP 1782 | duration: 2'46 | price: $2.20
accompaniment: piano, flute

The melody for “Mingulay Boat Song” is based on a traditional Gaelic folk tune. The text was written by Sir Hugh S. Robertson, Scottish composer, and it speaks of a fisherman’s longing to return home to his family. Scored for TTB choirs with piano and flute, this gently lilting ballad is well suited for developing middle level ensembles as well as high school and collegiate level choirs. The haunting a cappella ending will keep your audience in suspense!

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CoverSantiana [level: Medium]
arr. Sean Barnette | Kyle Pederson Choral Series
RELEASED: March 2024
voicing: TTBB | catalog number: SBMP 1764 | price: $2.80
accompaniment: percussion - Timbales, Congas (2)

“Santiana” is a sea shanty dating back to the 1850s, and is most likely inspired by the events of the Mexican-American War. The shanty gained a newfound popularity recently with a rise in sea shanties on social media. This awesome new Tenor-Bass choir arrangement contains an opening duet and is accompanied by rocking percussion (Timbales and Congas). Sung in both English and French, an IPA pronunciation guide is included in the score. Great fun for any concert or honor choir festival!

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CoverThe Dawn’s Awake [level: Medium]
Nancy Hill Cobb | Robert J. Ward Choral Series
RELEASED: March 2024
voicing: TTBB | catalog number: SBMP 1763 | duration: 2'35 | price: $2.40
accompaniment: piano

An exciting, rhythmic new concert opener for Tenor-Bass choirs with piano. With a fiery, optimistic text, this fanfare-like piece begins with stately unison lines, growing steadily to two parts, then three, then four, for a bright and bold conclusion.

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CoverIm Ein Ani Li [level: Easy]
Ross Fishman
RELEASED: August 2023
voicing: TBB | catalog number: SBMP 1751 | duration: 2'33 | price: $2.40
accompaniment: piano

A new introspective piece for Tenor-Bass choirs with an empowering message in Hebrew: “If I am not for myself, who will be for me?” Highly accessible ranges, repetitive and catchy vocal lines, and a supportive, stylish accompaniment. Tenor-Bass choirs will love singing and discussing the meaning of this piece. The Hebrew translation and pronunciation guide is included in the octavo. 

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CoverThe Light I Cannot See [level: Medium]
Brian A. Foy
RELEASED: August 2023
voicing: TTBB | catalog number: SBMP 1752 | duration: c. 4'04 | price: $2.40
accompaniment: piano

“Play me the music I cannot hear…” A beautiful and heart-warming new piece about neurodiversity for Tenor-Bass ensembles with piano accompaniment. Written in the form of a conversation, this popular-song style choral work flows along with plenty of rhythmic interest and dissonant harmonies. As the piece goes on, the audience learns that the “light” being described represents the unseen value of those who are neurodivergent, and that we can work  through this disconnect in communication if we stand together, regardless of cognitive identities. 

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CoverIt All Will Come Out Right [level: Easy]
Matt Carlson | Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series
RELEASED: July 2023
voicing: TB | catalog number: SBMP 1747 | duration: c. 3’20 | price: $2.40
accompaniment: piano

A comforting new piece for Tenor-Bass choirs with piano accompaniment. With speech-driven rhythms and a rhythmic piano part, this feel-good piece is enjoyable for singers and audiences alike. Written in mostly two-parts throughout, with some occasional splits, this is highly accessible and very singable! Great for Tenor-Bass choirs of all ages. 

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CoverWait With Me [level: Medium]
Coleman Peterson
RELEASED: July 2023
voicing: TTBB | catalog number: SBMP 1744 | duration: c. 3’55 | price: $2.50
accompaniment: a cappella

Powerful harmonies. Captivating lyrics. High school and college Tenor-Bass ensembles of all sizes will bond together singing this ballad and creed of true friendship. With glorious suspensions and modern parallel a cappella movement, this choral piece explores the promises we can make to the people we love -- that when life's storms set in, we'll be right at their side, waiting with them for the wind to stop howling and the sky to open.

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Just One Step
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