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Grove Music is TTBB choral music for the Male Voice Choir. (TTBB music is arranged for two Tenor parts, Baritone and Bass).
There are currently135 male voice music arrangements of mostly well-known and much-loved male choir music in TTBB form, including a few arranged in either two parts (TB) or three parts (TBB). They are professionally written and grouped into five categories:-
Music of the Masters - Folksongs - Spirituals, Hymns & Gospels - Popular - Miscellaneous & Christmas
The music meets the needs of male voice choirs looking for a broader variety of styles in their concert repertoire, particularly TTBB arrangements.
Nearly all the music has been rehearsed and performed in many concerts before being selected for publication.
Most of the TTBB arrangements have been written by Gwyn Arch, a specialist in the field, and one of the the most frequently published and performed choral arrangers in the UK. He has over 40 years as a male voice choir director, male voice music arranger, and choral adjudicator.
Two publishers are involved in the listings. More than 90 titles are Grove Music publications - all those with catalogue numbers beginning 15.... Order those titles from THIS website.
The other 42 items, (mostly in the Popular category), are from Roberton Publications, and are invariably 53... numbers. These songs cannot be ordered from Grove Music but Roberton Publications will be happy to supply. You can click on the link within each of the song descriptions to take you through to the appropriate webpage, most of which have scores and sound clips. See the Contact/Order page for further details.
In order to keep prices as low as possible, the music is offered in standard sets, (20 chorus parts plus 2 full scores), making the minimum purchase. Extra chorus parts are also available together with additional full scores. For further details see the price list page.
Grove Music arrangements can also be bought as pdfs. If you wish to do this, state the number of men in your choir and you will be charged 85% of the hard copy price. You will also avoid (high) postal charges