Jimmy Baas and Randy James' arrangement of "Lil' Liza Jane" for two-part treble chorus is sure to excite singers and the audience while also showcasing and strengthening the developing treble voices. Also available for TB voices (BL816). #twoparttuesday


Uplifting harmonies and a lyrical melody are the foundation of Steve Kupferschmid’s “Like a Bird on a Wing,” which reflects the importance of companionship and friendship in our lives. An original song written for SATB choirs with limited range, this octavo is a great addition to your next contest or festival repertoire. #FestivalFriday

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Did you know we make score videos for our chorals? They are now available right here in Facebook-land as well as on YouTube!

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“Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul” – Plato

To all our music educators, happy World Teachers' Day!

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Looking for new repertoire for this Fall? BriLee Music editor, Denise Eaton and Donald Beebe from Sheet Music Deals share selections from the Carl Fischer Music and BriLee Music collection that are ideal for junior high and high school voices. These works focus on harmony, range extension, rhythm, and more. Follow the link to learn more and to get an exclusive discount:

As summer is coming to a close, repertoire selection is topmost in Choir Directors’ minds. Selection of engaging, challenging and stimulating pieces is one of the most important decisions that Choir…

It's that time of year again! Being a new music teacher can be daunting at first. Here's a few tips from National Association for Music Education along with some materials to help you get started.

The First Year: Practical Advice for Surviving and Thriving in Your First Music Classroom In pages 110-116 of “The First Year: Practical Advice for Surviving and Thriving in…

Why is music education so important? Hear what BriLee Music composer, Greg Gilpin has to say about practicing and composing in this exclusive interview with J.W. Pepper Sheet Music!

Music education is a pivotal part of keeping our culture alive, and the teachers who carry out this mission need the support of other musicians to secure the
BriLee Music updated their cover photo.

New 2017 BriLee Music Titles

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Break It Down

Become Yourself

The Star-Spangled Banner

Mister Zombie's Jazz Club

Wade in the Water

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Sure, you can hit a low C. But who actually remembers?
Expressing music into mathematical formulae can help us understand why some pieces and performances can send shivers down your spine.

Five ideas on how to teach a song your choir already knows!…/5-ways-to-keep-things-fresh-…

5 ways to keep things fresh when you’re being taught a song you already know
BriLee Music added a new photo to the album: Choral Collections and Methods.
July 7, 2017

Sight-Reading Skill Building Flashcards in a "Snap!"
By Theresa Pritchard
Choral Teaching Materials
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SnapCards, a series of carefully curated skill building flashcards, is a classroom tool conceived by Theresa Pritchard and designed to help students confidently learn to sight read while having fun as a class. After years of learning which intervals and patterns are consistently challenging for emerging singers, Pritchard has developed a reliable method for simplifying this typically intimidating subject. Educators will find fun and exciting suggestions for utilizing the cards in the classroom for both teaching and assessing reading skills. SnapCards features intervals inherent to the given voice sight reading skill set (upper treble clef [soprano and tenor]; lower treble clef [alto]; and bass clef), grouped into ten groups of five, with each pitch set building upon the previous one.

BriLee Music Flashcards for Upper Voice Treble Clef Flashcards for Lower Voice Treble Clef Flashcards for Bass Clef

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Happy 4th of July from BriLee Music!
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To purchase or for more information: Three-Part Mixed Voices with Piano Strong, singable, and superbly arranged, Vicki Tucke...