Index to Nina Gilbert's Music in Print

SATB Arrangements

Arrangements for Men's Voices

Arrangements for Women's Voices

Spirituals

Christmas

Historical Editions and Transcriptions

See Works-in-progress list at bottom of page

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Arrangements for SATB

America the Beautiful. Dignified yet flashy. Medium. Santa Barbara Music Publishing, 2000. See the music, or visit Santa Barbara's online catalog.

Down by the Riverside. Festive, Dixieland-style arrangement for unaccompanied mixed choir. Houston: Alliance Music Publications, 1994. Medium-Easy. E-mail Alliance Music to request a perusal copy.

I Got a Robe. Jazzy spiritual arrangement for unaccompanied mixed choir. Commissioned by Atlantic Union College, Maryland. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. Medium-easy; walking bass for "walk all over heaven." E-mail Oxford University Press to request a perusal copy.

Irish Carol. Traditional (but unfamiliar) carol arrangement for unaccompanied mixed choir. Commissioned by Woodbridge [Virginia] Choral Boosters for a madrigal dinner. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Easy; conservative ranges. E-mail Oxford University Press to request a perusal copy.

Joshua fit the battle of Jericho. Festive, jazzy arrangement for unaccompanied mixed choir; for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association 1993 District 5 Chorus. Champaign: Mark Foster Music Company, 1992. Easy. You may be able to E-mail Shawnee Press to request a perusal copy.

The Star-Spangled Banner. Festive, majestic, medium-easy arrangement of the national anthem, suitable for concerts, occasions, and sports events. Santa Barbara Music Publishing, 2001. Visit Santa Barbara's online catalog. See my Star-Spangled Banner Trivia Page for historical background information on the song.

Swing low, sweet chariot. Arrangement for unaccompanied mixed choir with solo (any voice, could be shared by different soloists for each verse). Tustin, California: National Music Publishers, 1987. Easy. E-mail National Music Publishers to request a perusal copy.

We will walk with Mother and mourn. Shaker spiritual, slow 6/8 meter, modal sound. Arrangement for unaccompanied mixed choir. Alcoa, Tennessee: Roger Dean Publishing Company, 1988. Easy. Out of print; re-issued for SSAA within Shaker Suite.

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Arrangements for TTBB

Away in a manger. Arrangement for two-part men's choir and French horn. Tustin, California: National Music Publishers, 1994. Easy. E-mail National Music Publishers to request a perusal copy.

J. S. Bach, Sinfonia in D. Transcription for 3-part men's choir (scat syllables). Champaign: Mark Foster Music Company, 199o. Easy. You may be able to E-mail Shawnee Press to request a perusal copy.

Didn' my Lord deliver Daniel. Slightly jazzy spiritual arrangement for men's choir. New York: Lawson Gould/Music 70, 1994. Medium-Easy.

Pandangguhan. "Dancing the pandanggo," Tagalog (Filipino) folk song for men's choir; clear pronunciation guide included. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004. Medium-Easy.

Dowland, Say, Love and Burst forth, my tears. Transcriptions of lute songs for men's voices. New York: Oxford University Press, 1992. Medium-Easy. E-mail Oxford University Press to request a perusal copy.

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child. Mellow arrangement for unaccompanied men's choir. Also available for SSAA. Champaign: Mark Foster Music Company, 1993. Easy. You may be able to E-mail Shawnee Press to request a perusal copy.

The Star-Spangled Banner. Festive, majestic, medium-easy arrangement of the national anthem, suitable for concerts, occasions, and sports events. Santa Barbara Music Publishing. Visit Santa Barbara's online catalog. See my Star-Spangled Banner Trivia Page for historical background information on the song.

This Train. Jazzy spiritual arrangement for men's choir and trombone. Santa Barbara, California: Santa Barbara Music Publishing (Jerry Blackstone Choral Series), 1997. Medium-Easy. See the music, or visit Santa Barbara's online catalog.

Wade in the Water. Jazzy, funky spiritual arrangement for men's choir and tuba. Santa Barbara Music Publishing (Jerry Blackstone Choral Series), 1997. Easy. See the music, or visit Santa Barbara's online catalog.

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Arrangements for SSAA

Artsa alinu (We have come up to the land). Israeli pioneer song, in Hebrew; a macho syncopated march! Treble Clef Music Press. TTBB and SATB versions due soon from Plymouth Music.

K'wae-jina ching-ching nah-neh. Korean folk song, for SSAA. Treble Clef Music Press.

Sometimes I feel like a motherless child. Mellow arrangement for unaccompanied women's choir. Champaign: Mark Foster Music Company, 1997. Easy, based closely (but not identically) on my TTBB arrangement. You may be able to E-mail Shawnee Press to request a perusal copy.

Shaker Suite Three relatively unknown Shaker tunes: Oh the Beautiful Treasure, We Will Walk With Mother and Mourn, and Hop Up and Jump Up. Easy. First in my series at Treble Clef Music Press, 1999.

The Star-Spangled Banner. Festive, majestic, fairly easy arrangement of the national anthem, suitable for concerts, occasions, and sports events. Santa Barbara Music Publishing, 1997. See the music, or visit Santa Barbara's online catalog. See my Star-Spangled Banner Trivia Page for historical background information on the song.

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Edition for SATB

Jacob Handl (Gallus), Veni sancte spiritus. Houston: Alliance Music Publications, 1994. First installment in a series of editions of early music. Medium Easy. E-mail Alliance Music to request a perusal copy.

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Works in Progress

Melchior Vulpius, Lo, how a rose. Renaissance canon with added words.

Jacob Handl (Gallus), Resonet in laudibus. Double chorus transposed for TTBB.

Artsa alinu. Israeli pioneer song, in Hebrew, arranged for TTBB 1998, rearranged for SATB 1999, rearranged for SSAA 2000. SATB due soon from Colla Voce, SSAA now available from Treble Clef Music Press.

Oh, Susanna! A concert arrangement of Stephen Foster's song, with quodlibet references to Brahms' Lullaby, Waltzing Matilda, Dixie, madrigal and barbershop styles, and I forget what else, for SATB.

Joy in the Gates of Jerusalem . Six-part anonymous canon, from The Catch Club, 1762. Fourteen notes long! Click on the title to see and hear it.


E-mail me with any questions about the above list.

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Updated June 27, 2006. Some links are still out of date. Mark Foster is now an imprint of Shawnee Press.