The choral and vocal works of Mozart and Haydn represent the finest examples of music from the Classical period—music that embodies directness of speech, balance of form, and clearly stated homophonic textures. These arrangements have been carefully written with the unique qualities of the young voice in mind. Most of the works in this collection use original texts, and a few have been rewritten with new, school-friendly lyrics. Of the eight titles included in this collection, two of them have been adapted from keyboard or orchestral works.
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