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Ronald Corp's 1997 cantata for upper voices + orchestra / piano: OUP archive. Previously set for ABRSM Examinations Singing Grade 4 (Weep you no more:...
Copland [Old American Songs], arr Irving Fine for SA or TB + piano accompaniment. B&H M051419036, 1950.
Paul Sartin's collection of folk songs from the British Isles are arranged for a capella / unaccompanied choirs in various configurations, with...
John Clements' arrangement of this traditional Lancashire sea song for SA / 2 part choir + piano accompaniment. English lyrics only. OUP, 1961.
Bob Chilcott's 1995 piece for SATB and piano accompaniment written for the Association of ~British Choral Directors: a n accompaniment for chamber...
The "Carols for Choirs" series is a classic resource for Christmas choral singing, edited for OUP by David Willcocks & John Rutter....
Giulio Caccini's setting of the Ave Maria arranged by Jonathan Wikeley for 2-part Choir and piano accompaniment. Latin text only. Novello, 2009.
Cecil Broadhurst arr. Malcolm Sargent for SA + piano accompaniment. OUP, 1962. English lyrics only.
A new edition from Chester of 3 songs for upper voices + piano accompaniment written by Benjamin Britten - his first published work in 1932. English...
Benjamin Britten's "The Ride-by-Nights" for 2-part voices + piano accompaniment + solfa. English lyrics only. OUP, 1932.
Benjamin Britten's "The Rainbow" for 2-part voices + piano accompaniment + solfa. English lyrics only. OUP, 1932.
Britten's 1959 Mass setting was written for boys' choir (SSA) and organ, for George Malcolm & the boys of Westminster Cathedral Choir. B&H....
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