DescriptionFavourite songs of Africa for children to sing and play, in easy piano arrangements by Caroline Hooper. Illustrations by David Meldrum.SonglistAunt Hessie´s White HouseDeep RiverDown By The RiversideE, Ie, IeFhola Li Na MulandaGbodiGo Down, MosesHush! Somebody´s Calling My NameI´m Goin´ Chop CrabImadwaJoshua (Fit The Battle Of Jericho)Joshua Fit The Battle Of JerichoKhoe LiKum Ba YahLittle DavidManthi´kiMfene SandhleniMofe Moni S´mo Ho GbekeMy O L´on NancyNobody Knows The Trouble I´ve SeenOzibane! Ozibane! Ozibane!Rana DjinakShellila Shek ,SsemusotaSteal AwaySteal Away (Steal Away To Jesus)TangishakaTole Ya Wati
Le Hit de Toto numéro 1 en 1983 ici en superbe version a capella dans un arrangement de Philip Lawson avec de fantastiques harmonies et effets vocaux, comme chanté par les King´s Singers, en version SATTBB.
Mike Brewer´s Choral World Tour brings together traditional songs from around the world in exciting a cappella arrangements that will both challenge and stimulate your choir. Each piece is accompanied by a translation and pronunciation guide.Feel the pulsing rhythms of South Africa, experience the solid harmonies of a Namibian chorus, and experiment with the vocal techniques used in Tunisian song.
Banning Eyre, a recognized expert in African guitar music, guides you through a variety of important styles, including congolese, mbira, Malian blues, and juju. Learn about the history of this music, the pioneering musicians that developed each style, and the dominant characteristics and techniques necessary to play this remarkable music. All material is presented in standard notation and TAB. A CD demonstrating examples and compositions in the book makes learning easy and trouble-free for all players.
Ulla in AfricaAfro-funk, arranged for 2 B flat clarinets, Eflat alto clarinet (or B flat clarinet) and B flat bass clarinet. Compatible with saxophone edition. MediumNombre de pages :38
Ulla in AfricaHeiner Wiberny has written this joyful composition for his wife Ulla, who has a special affinity for African Music. The listener recognizes immediately the sound and flavor of African Highlife and Latin Funk.The composition consists of the following parts:chorale-intro, prelude, ABA-theme, transition, violin- and violasolos with ´break´-intros, prelude, AB-theme, Coda.The soloists may play either the written transcriptions or their own improvised solos, whereby the corresponding ensemble sections can be repeated. The phrase markings offer help in the correct stylistic interpretation of the piece, but they can also be changed according to the individual preferences. Klaus the fiddler (Klaus der Geiger) gave the world premier of this work with the String Quartet of the Cologne Kunst-Salon Orchestra (Streichquartett des Kolner Kunstsalonorchesters). Klaus and the string quartet deserve my special thanks.Nombre de pages :24
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Ulla in AfricaThis Afro-Funk in our new BIG BAND+ SERIES features, in addition to the standard 5/4/4/4 instrumentation, optional parts for flute, clarinet, French horn, marimba, and aux. percussion. A real audience pleaser and one of the most popular arrangements from the repertoire of the WDR Big Band. Peter Herbolzheimer´s arrangement features the lead alto, the piano and an optional percussion/drums solo. MediumNombre de pages :106
South AfricaFor Bb soprano saxophone or clarinet and viola or Eb alto sax South Africa was originally written to feature the texture of the soprano saxophone with viola, the performance can be adapted to other instruments as indicated on the score or others within the written range. Although the piece is not specifically by African music, it is dedicated to Nelson Mandela upon his release from prison. The writing alternates between counter and synchronized lines - the same is true for other pairings such as dissonance/consonance, changing tempos and dynamics. The challenge is to get the piece to flow through these many shifts of texture. Towards the conclusion there is some space (optional) for improvising using the suggested written notes and intervals as the source material for both instruments. Medium advancedNombre de pages :48