Spice up your choral warmups with this second collection of echo songs, call and response, and rounds! This volume picks up in level of difficulty where Volume 1 left off, and is most appropriate for ensembles who have some experience singing in harmony or have completed Volume 1. Formatted like a choral octavo, this collection gradually progresses in difficulty and allows singers to gain confidence as they learn harder repertoire.
Features of this collection include:
** Reproducible choral octavo for all of your choral ensembles, from 5 singers to 500!
** Clearly marked measure numbers and page numbers to make it easy for singers to find their place in the score
** Like the selections, but not the keys? This collection features MULTIPLE KEYS that can be interchanged before photocopying.
Includes arrangements of the following:
++ “Choir Round” - a simple round with solfege syllables
++ “Russian Vesper Hymn” - a simple introduction to a round with Latin text
++ “The Nonsense Song” - includes spoken and sung parts, as well as a big tongue twister!
++ “Caney Mi Macaro”
++ “Kaeru no uta ga” - Japanese round with English and Japanese lyrics
++ “The Princess Pat”
++ “Purple Light” - a cowboy echo song with a challenging rhythm
++ “Venite Adoremus” - a minor round with Latin text
++ “Why Shouldn’t My Goose” - a fun round notated with an alternate melody
++ “Tongo” - a Polynesian echo song
Like this collection and want more? Check out the other two volumes in my TpT store, also featuring multiple keys and progressive difficulty. Or, save money by purchasing all 3 volumes together!
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