Choral Music: Hot Off the Press!

Looking for a great last-minute addition to your spring concert?  Here are some BRAND-NEW octavos guaranteed to help you end your school year in style:

POP
I’m Yours – This reggae-infused hit by Jason Mraz received a Grammy nomination for Song of the Year.
Open Arms – Made famous by Journey in 1982, this heartfelt ballad is a great nostalgia feature.
You Pulled Me Through – A soulful, uplifting ballad performed by Jennifer Hudson at the 2009 Grammy Awards.
BROADWAY
I Believe from “Spring Awakening” – A powerful plea for love and acceptance, sure to strike a chord with your singers.
When You’re Home from “In the Heights” – A Latin-flavored choral filled with energy, exuberance and a freshness that is instantly appealing.
JAZZ
As Time Goes By – The classic movie theme from Casablanca, appropriate for jazz, show, and concert choirs.
Come Fly with Me – Your group will shine with this swinging big band style arrangement.
CONCERT
I Once Had a Dream – This rich and expressive concert piece quotes the Declaration of Independence and America.
Remember My Song – Memorable music and a moving text combine flawlessly in this inspiring choral work, encouraging singers to let their song be heard.

Still want more ideas?  We’ve got even more great recommendations, so call the choral department at 1-800-426-8742, extension 1, or email us. Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!

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