You'll find an extensive selection of vocal and choral music on our website for all abilities and for all age groups from many popular composers including Bob Chilcott and John Rutter. We have some fantastic new material for schools, children and younger choirs as well some interesting and more challenging pieces for the advanced and established adult traditional music choir.
The best way to find the choral music you're looking for is to type the title or author name (or part of the title/author name) into the search box at the top of the page and click the search button. Alternatively, you can select from one of the categories below.
Remember to also check out our range of Vocal Warm-up Exercises, essential to prepare your choirs minds and voices for the singing ahead!
Some of the newest Vocal and Choral music items now available
Popular Musical Theatre Songbooks and Collections
The Ultimate Vocal Sing-Along Series
The Rockschool Vocals Series
You may also be interested in these Audition Songbooks with CDs
Popular Red Hot Song Library series
Little Voices series
Choral arrangement formats explained
The most popular types of choirs are Mixed Choirs as these contain both male and female voices. Typically, the voice types in a mixed choir usually consist of Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass voices which is abbreviated to "SATB" (with "S" relating to "Soprano, "A" for Alto and so on).
Understanding this standard arrangement naming format when viewing the choral music on our website will help you choose the most appropriate version of the music for your choir, since most choral music follows this arrangement code naming pattern.
Other popular types of choral arrangements include SSA (2 soprano voices and 1 alto voice) and TTBB (2 tenors, baritone and bass). Children's choirs often consist of 2-part SA or 3-part SSA (and sometimes even more voices).
For many children and adults alike, singing in a choir can be a very rewarding experience for those prepared to put in the practice. Choir singing can also be a great way of socialising and meeting people and, thanks to the recent successes of choir groups appearing on television and in the media, the popularity of choir singing looks set to continue over the coming years.
Choral abbreviations and descriptions:
2-PART: For two part mixed voices
3-PART: For three part mixed voices
SATB: Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Bass
SSA: For 2 Soprano and Alto voices
SSAA: For 2 Soprano and 2 Alto voices
TTBB: For 2 Tenor and 1 Baritone and 1 Bass voices
UNIS: Unison voice