Downloads – Recent Additions

Single Shopping Cart

We are using a single shopping cart for downloadable products and for  Books and CDs.  This page is for accessing pdfs and mp3s of individual songs,  a feature often requested by choral music directors.  We will be adding digital download versions of some cds soon – they will be listed on the Books and CDs page.

How Our Sheetmusic Store Works

Click song title for full description and translation.
All packages include a pdf Pronunciation Guide where appropriate.
You choose the pdf only or the pdf plus mp3 package.
These packages include your license to print out 10 copies.
Check the “additional copies” box if you need more than 10 copies.
In the box, enter the number of additional copies you will print.

If you need 11 copies, you would enter “1” because the first 10 are included.

Once you have the files, you can come back to this page to purchase the license to print additional copies, simply uncheck the main checkbox, check the additional copies box and enter number of additional copies you will be printing.

After payment is complete you will get an email with links to the files you have purchased. You can access the link for 48 hours and you can download the files up to 3 times.

Sheetmusic by Categories

By default you’ll see All Songs in Alphabetical Order.

You can view the last 15 songs added:  Recent Additions

You can access a single page that lists all sheetmusic organized by categories.  Or..  you can use these links to access a single category.

 

REMINDER: If you’ll be making more than 10 copies, you need to add licenses for additional copies.

A lively song from the northern Serbia region, Vojvodina. Here's a ten my gypsy! Play for me and I will listen to you! We'll open a bottle of…

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A beautiful 3 part girl’s song from the village of Ražanac on Dalmatian coast of Croatia. This song has a beautiful circle dance that accompanies it. O, Ražanac,…

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A short, two-part village wedding song from Bosnia. The song has many major seconds which is great fun to sing! Welcome, o bearers of good fortune! You have…

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A sweet, easy, two-part love song from Croatia for women’s voices. Oh how beautiful it is in our area. The stars are shining and the bachelors are singing.…

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A beautiful two part village song sung by young girls from Bosnia honoring the beauty of their home, their village. O village, my village, surrounded by green mountains…

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A short two part village wedding song from the region of Slavonija in Croatia. The song is typically sung with joking, improvised verses made up by anyone at…

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A sad song with an upbeat tempo from the Bosnian sevdalinka tradition arranged in two voices to be sung by either same gender or mixed voices. Sevdalinka are…

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A Macedonian folk song in the melody/drone tradition learned at our Village Harmony Macedonia camp in 2011. Expanded into three part harmony - two of the voices provide…

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A sweet village love song sung by unmarried girls in Bosnia. Sajma set out to the spring. Ibro set out after her on his horse. Give me a…

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A lively dance song from eastern Serbia in 9/8 rhythm in two-part harmony. Can be sung with same gender or mixed voices. There are hot springs in the…

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A beautiful, three-part, midsummer carol from Croatia. On  midsummer day, a group of girls go around the village wishing good crops and good luck to farmers. People give…

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A sweet 2-part love song I collected in the Croatian community in southern Hungary. I hear that someone from England has choreographed a circle dance to this recording!…

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A hauntingly, beautiful song from Macedonia in 7/8 arranged in three parts by Bajsa Arifovski, one of our Village Harmony leaders in Macedonia. The song can be sung…

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This French folk song is also found in Quebec. The melody is in the alto line and verses can be layered. You can add a band as we…

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A slow, soulful folksong from the Bulgarian part of Macedonia called Pirin learned at our Village Harmony Macedonia camp in 2011. Easy, rich harmonies with a repeating refrain,…

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