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Karl Jenkins, female choir (SSA) + piano accompaniment ( + recorder, optional). B&H, 1999. As with many of his choral works, the text is written...
Barenreiter Urtext Edition of Pergolesi's "Stabat Mater" for soprano & mezzo-soprano soloists + piano reduction accompaniment by Malcolm Bruno,...
Michael Neaum's arrangements for SSA + piano accompaniment. Roberton, 1988. Spanish & English lyrics.
A La Rurru Nino
Julie Knowles' arrangement for SSA + piano accompaniment of Amanda McBroom's 1977 film theme. Alfred archive, English words only.
Ralph Vaughan Williams' "Linden Lea" arr. SSA + piano accompaniment, + Solfa, by Julius Harrison. B&H, 1938. English lyrics only.
"Lieder aus der Kindheit / Songs from Childhood ", a selection of Arvo Pärt's music for children from the period 1956-70, when he was involved with...
Percy Fletcher's arrangement of 2 Italian folksongs for 2-part choir + piano accompaniment + solfa. Curwen, 1911. English lyrics only.
UMP 1994 edition of the duet "Viens, Mallika!.... Sous Le Dome Epais " from Act 1 of Delibes' opera " Lakmé " for 2 sopranos (or soprano & mezzo)...
Mendelssohn's op.63 no.3 for 2 part voices (SA) + piano accompaniment + solfa. Novello archive. English lyrics only.
Charles Gounod's "Repentir" arranged by Leigh Kingsmill for soprano & contralto + piano accompaniment. Cramer, 1999. English lyrics only.
The famous duet from Engelbert Humperdinck's opera "Hansel & Gretel" for 2-part female voices + piano accompaniment + solfa. English lyrics only....
Gustav Holst's "The Corn Song" for SA + piano accompaniment + solfa. Novello archive, 1918. English lyrics only.
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