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The Jacksonville Children’s Chorus sings Domine Deus


From: ncmaestro YouTube Channel

Jacksonville Children’s Chorus
Directed by Darren Dailey
Domine Deus from Mass in G Major by J.S. Bach

Vois Sur Ton Chemin sung by Les Choristes


From: ssdyuko YouTube channel

Thanks to William R. Adams of the Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas for suggesting this piece to me.

Title: Vois Sur Ton Chemin
Composer: Christophe Barratier
Voicing: SA accompanied
Publisher: Hal Leonard #08744850

Give Us Hope sung by San Fransico Boys and Girls Choruses

From LaurieO YouTube Channel

“San Francisco Boys Chorus and San Francisco Girls Chorus Inaugural sendoff concert at San Francisco City Hall – January 15, 2009”

Title: Give Us Hope
Composer: James Papoulis/arr Nunez
Scoring: SSA accompanied
Publisher: Boosey And Hawkes #48004977
JWPepper # 3294676

Thanks to William R. Adams of the Fort Bend Boys Choir of Texas for suggesting this.

Vesna Children’s Choir sings Aglepta

Aglepta
Composed by: Arne Mellnäs
Instrument: A cappella
Scoring: 3-Part Choir
Treble Choir
Product Type: Sheet Music Book
Product #: BKHL8500328
Published by Walton
I purchased the music for this to have a peek at how the composer notated it. It isn’t that frightening.

The Tygerberg Children’s Choir sings Go Tell It On The Mountain

Tomorrow Shall Be My Dancing Day – Birmingham Children’s Choir – Una Vocé

Ching-a-ring Chaw??? sung by Pleasanton Middle School Choir

from 2soccergrl94 YouTube Channel
More info please!

Throw Open Your Shutter sung by Okemos Kinawa Middle School Varsity Choir

Performed at the MSMVA State Middle School Choral Festival on May 13, 2010 under the direction of Debra Borton

Cleveland Middle School Dynamics sings Dies Irae from Beethoven’s Requiem

Miller Middle School Vocal Jazz Sings A’Capella

HCS Middle School Choir sing Alleluia

Roosevelt Middle School Sings O Sifuni Mungu

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