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Rosarium Resources


  • African Choral Music Resources
    African choral-related websites with predominantly English language pages. This is not meant to be an exhaustive list - just a helpful one!

  • The American Choral Directors Association
    Founded in 1959, the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) is a nonprofit music-education organization whose central purpose is to promote excellence in choral music through performance, composition, publication, research, and teaching. In addition, ACDA strives through arts advocacy to elevate choral music's position in American society.

  • Choral Music and Ensembles
    Selected list of miscellaneous choral ensembles.

  • ChoralNet
    THE Internet Center for Choral Music

  • The Choral Public Domain Library
    This archive consists of modern editions of public domain music. I try very hard to confirm that all the editions on this site are derived exclusively from public domain sources.

  • Chorus America
    Chorus America is the national service organization that promotes the highest artistic quality, development and growth of vocal ensembles, advocates the fair remuneration of professional singers and choruses that provide professional services, and stimulates greater understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of choral music throughout North America.

  • The Contemporary A Cappella Society
    The Contemporary A Cappella Society is a non-profit organization formed in 1990 to foster and promote a cappella music of all styles. Our members include thousands of fans and vocalists as well as professional, collegiate and recreational a cappella groups from around the world.

  • International Federation for Choral Music
    The International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM) was founded in 1982 for the purpose of facilitating communication and exchange between choral musicians throughout the world. Through its world and regional symposia, conducting master classes, World Youth Choir, Choral Music Database (MUSICA), ChoralNet Website, World Choral Census, International Choral Bulletin, World Day of Choral Singing, and many other projects, IFCM is fulfilling its purpose.

  • Internet Choral Connections
    Exhaustive list of choral websites hosted by ChoralNet.

  • GALA Choruses
    GALA Choruses, the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses, Inc., is the world's only association committed to serving the lesbian and gay choral movement. Our 180 member choruses and 10,000 singers look to us repeatedly for support and leadership. We are dedicated to providing that support and helping our choruses to be strong--artistically and professionally.

  • Multicultural Hymns
    Compiled in 1996 by Denise Weber, The Riverside Church, New York. Professor C. Michael Hawn, Perkins School of Theology, and Tom Witt, Bread for the Journey, also contributed to this list. The Riverside Church does not offer these resources for sale. Please check with your local bookstore or music dealer.

  • Musica
    International database of choral repertoire.

  • Musica Russica
    Choral Conductors! Church Musicians! Music Librarians! Lovers of Russian culture! Audiophiles! Musica Russica is your one-stop source for the vast and varied world of Russian choral music.

  • Unitarian Universalist Musicians Network
    UUMN is a continental organization and is an affiliate organization of the UUA. It was founded in 1983 to support our denomination's musicians, professional and volunteer, and welcomes all musicians, ministers, music committee members and others who are want to make a "joyful noise." UUMN members are music directors, conductors, singers, instrumentalists, composers, ministers, music committee members, and members of congregations. We are amateurs and professionals, ranging from highly experienced to novice. Our membership also includes congregations who support the UUMN's work and purposes.

  • Yelton Rhodes Music
    The publisher of "Rosarium, a drama for chorus". Yelton Rhodes Music and Barton Rhodes Press publish lyrical music with a message that promotes inclusiveness and tolerance of the broad spectrum of human nature. This catalog reflects a wide variety of points of view with respect to religion, sexuality, entertainment, gender, history, death, life, love, and society.

  • Zam'ru:The Jewish Choral Music Database
    Zamir is funded in part by a grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency which also receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts.