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collection for choir & piano.

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by Ludwig van Beethoven for choir & piano.

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by George Frideric Handel for choir & piano.

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by George Frederick Root for voice, choir & piano.

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by George Frideric Handel for choir & orchestra.

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by Jason Robert Brown for choir (SATB: soprano, alto, tenor, bass).

released on November 9, 2018

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by Aretha Franklin for choir (SATB: soprano, alto, tenor, bass).

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by Aretha Franklin for choir (SAB: soprano, alto, bass).

released on November 9, 2018

Most Popular Bass Voice Titles
Giovanni Perluigi Da Palestrina: Ascendo ad Patrem (COMPLETE)
Ascendo ad Patrem (COMPLETE)
Don't wait to play the terrific compositions for five voices or choir by Giovanni Perluigi Da Palestrina. It includes high quality PDF sheet music files with audio Mp3 and Mp3 accompaniment files plus interactive sheet music for realtime transposition. What are you waiting for?
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Miscellaneous: Christmas Carols, coll.1 (COMPLETE)
Christmas Carols, coll.1 (COMPLETE) Rating: 5
Discover these excellent arrangements of the brilliant Christmas Carols for choir and piano. It offers high quality PDF sheet music files with audio Mp3 and Mp3 accompaniment files as well as interactive sheet music for realtime transposition. Start playing it now.
What our users say about this title?
"Well done arrangements for choir. We sang different arrangements last year but this time we'll give these a try. You should also look at other choir arrangements on this site, they are all well done."
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Miscellaneous: Christmas Carols, coll.2 (COMPLETE)
Christmas Carols, coll.2 (COMPLETE)
Have fun playing these remarkable arrangements of the renowned Christmas Carols for choir and piano. It offers high quality PDF sheet music files with audio Mp3 and Mp3 accompaniment files as well as interactive sheet music for realtime transposition. Your audience will be amazed!
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Johann Sebastian Bach: Christmas Oratorio, part I (COMPLETE)
Christmas Oratorio, part I (COMPLETE) Rating: 5
Start dreaming fantastic colors and emotions with the outstanding works for choir and orchestra by Johann Sebastian Bach. It gives you high quality PDF sheet music files with audio Mp3 and Mp3 accompaniment files. It also includes interactive sheet music for realtime transposition. What are you waiting for?
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"Very clean edition of the great Bach's Christmas Oratorio. We'll play it with our orchestra this coming Christmas!"
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Ludwig van Beethoven: Fantasie Op.80 in C minor, Finale (COMPLETE)
Fantasie Op.80 in C minor, Finale (COMPLETE)
Amaze your audience with the popular works for choir and piano by Ludwig van Beethoven. It offers high quality PDF sheet music files with audio Mp3 and Mp3 accompaniment files. Your audience will be amazed!
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Comments, Questions, Requests:

Dan Lors on October 29, 2018 @4:42 am PST
Would like to see far more in the sacred music category for bass voice, small SATB ensemble and choral. I have extremely little interest in anything outside of the sacred music category.
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Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on October 29, 2018 @9:22 am PST
Of course Dan, that's something we can work on.

Do you have any specific title you'd like to see here first? Any suggestions are very welcome.

Thank you again for your feedback.
Dan Lors on October 29, 2018 @2:46 pm PST
Thanks, I would have to research for specific titles, but something along the lines of Jack Schrader's arrangements of "Order My Steps" or his "Lord, Listen to Your Children" which can be found on YouTube would be excellent starting points. I'm likely prejudiced, but I think sacred music has all the really good music.
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on October 30, 2018 @9:29 am PST
Thank you Dan for getting back to me with more details. Unfortunately music by Jack Schrader is still copyrighted, and we are unable to work on it, but I understand the style you like and we'll see if we can do something for you. Would you prefer something for choir and a solo bass voice, or just choir?

Also, we have a Christian collection for voice and piano:

https://www.virtualsheetmusic.com/score/ChristianCollection.html


Is that a kind of repertoire you'd like to have re-arranged for choir and bass solo?

I am sorry for so many questions, but I am trying to find the best way to really make it for you.

Thank you again.
Dan Lors on October 30, 2018 @10:22 am PST
I am aware that Schrader is still copyrighted, was using it as an example. Choir, choir with solo bass voice or just solo bass are all something I would welcome. I am a fan of a wide range of styles as long as the piece has quality. Moody Church choir is an example of many different styles done well, although most of their pieces are of a higher difficulty than could be done easily in the church I am in now. Looked at your Christian collection above, but, unfortunately I am not a great bass so they are in a key about a third too high. Frank Boggs later albums (Best of Frank Boggs) are excellent, but I've no idea where one could find the piano accompaniment. He is the best bass I've ever heard. Don't apologize for your questions I've been very pleasantly surprised by your level of interest.
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on October 30, 2018 @11:04 am PST
Thank you Dan! Wow, I love to correspond with musicians like yourself

So, it is my understanding that even transcriptions for bass voice and piano would work for you. That'd be easier for us to work on, and I am wondering if a transcription of the Christian Collection for bass and piano would be something we could start with, or any other piece we have already published for voice and piano, (all transcription from pieces we have already published are very easy to do for us).

Otherwise, of course, we'll look at your other suggested repertoire, for choir as well.

Thank you so much!
Dan Lors on October 30, 2018 @2:33 pm PST
You're being generous labeling me a musician. Although at my current church, I might allow that label, at Moody Church in Chicago, the choir had a few with Masters in Voice and several with Bachelor's in Voice and the pianist/organist had a Doctorate in piano. Amongst them, there is no way I'd consider myself a musician! I always say I took far more years of lessons at the college level than I sound like.... Yes, transcriptions would be a help and very welcome. We have two different hymnbooks but most are in a higher key than I prefer. I've downloaded a program that is supposed to be able to scan a page and then transpose it to whatever key is wished, but I haven't attempted to use it yet.
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on October 30, 2018 @3:55 pm PST
Well, please, let me labeling you as an "enthusiast amateur musician" then

Sounds good then. We'll work on a version of the Christmas collection for bass and piano, and I'll get in touch with you via email to find the best transposition for you.

Please, let me know if you have any further questions about this.

Thank you again!
Dan Lors on October 30, 2018 @10:29 pm PST
Thank you! I certainly fit the amateur musician category since a professional gets paid! Just to give you a little handle of where I am at: I've 7 years of voice lessons, a year of theory (although I've forgotten a bunch) and a year of conducting, all at college level. As far as transpositions, if C or D is the highest note, it'll likely be OK. I did once in college sing a piece that went to E flat, but college was a long time ago.... I injured my voice about 15 years ago and have been working on and off trying to get it back in shape. I do so appreciate your efforts at increasing your bass solo and your choir repertoire.
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on October 31, 2018 @3:40 pm PST
Dear Dan, you more than welcome!

And thank you so much for telling me more details about yourself and the best key for your voice. I am sorry to know though you injured your voice 15 years ago. That's pretty bad. I hope you could actually get back into shape as you have described. I know a couple of singers who had similar issues, and it took a long time indeed for them to recover.

Just one last question: Do you prefer to read in treble clef or bass clef? I am asking this because some basses are used to bass clef, and we certainly include both versions.

Thank you again.
Dan Lors on October 31, 2018 @7:33 pm PST
I'm more accustomed to reading treble clef for solos, however, I've been reading the bass part in that clef and singing bass (SATB) for about 48 years, so that would not exactly be a problem.... But thanks for asking. I injured my voice by getting hit in the throat by a shoulder playing basketball. Couldn't speak above a whisper for a week, and it took a long time just to get back to normal speaking volume. I finally let it rest for a few years and then a few years ago with a lot of vocalizing it came back almost to where it was. Strangely enough, my range since has moved upwards at both ends by about a step.
Fabrizio Ferrari - moderator and CEO, on November 1, 2018 @2:27 pm PST
Thank you Dan for letting me know about your favorite clef. As I said, we'll publish them both anyway

About your injury, well, that's something really interesting and sad at the same time, how unfortunate you have been in that circumstance. But I am glad you could get back almost completely to where you were before, that's good news. And it is actually amazing that your range moved upwards of about a step because of that incident. First time in my life I hear something like that, but it is understandable from a physical stand point.

Anyway, I'll proceed to make a new Christian collection for you in the coming days, so we'll be in touch. I'll keep you posted on everything.

Have a great weekend.

All the best,