No Solos Allowed
Arranger: Cliff Duren
- Sets the stage for your choir by providing 10 solo-free arrangments
- Overflowing with songs made popular by Michael W. Smith, Laura Story, Keith Getty, Mandisa, Selah, and The Martins
- Unifies the sound of many voices to proclaim the majesty and glory of our God in song
Choral Book 645757195977
Split-Track Accompaniment CD 645757195939
Listening CD 645757195922
Soprano Rehearsal Track CD 645757196004
Alto Rehearsal Track CD 645757196059
Tenor Rehearsal Track CD 645757196066
Bass Rehearsal Track CD 645757196073
CD Preview-Pak 645757195915
They might enter the sanctuary to the sound of a majestic pipe organ or elegant orchestra, wearing long, flowing robes; or they just might saunter into the choir loft wearing jeans and t-shirts, accompanied by the groove of a great praise band; With both extremes, or somewhere in-between, there's nothing quite like the sound of a choir on Sunday morning.
Big choirs, smaller choirs, traditional choirs, contemporary choirs, all choirs the same -- that unified sound of many voices joined as one voice to proclaim the majesty and glory of our God in song. Regardless of the style of music or the repertoire, there is an unmistakable sound and energy that emanates from all of those individuals singing out at the top of the lungs, with the sound somehow coming out as one amazing, powerful, voice of praise.
No Solos Allowed, the new choral collection from the Benson Choral Club, sets the stage for your choir by providing 10 all-choir-all-the-time, 100% solo-free arrangements by Cliff Duren. If you find it a challenge to find new choral arrangements designed for choir alone, with no solos, then look no further. No Solos Allowed is a bold new choral project overflowing with songs made popular by Michael W. Smith, Laura Story, Keith Getty, Mandisa, Selah and The Martins, with EVERY Arrangement of EVERY song 100% solo-free.
So this next Sunday forget what you heard on the radio. Forget the cool riffs your church soloist heard some artist do and now they're trying to include it in every song they sing, on every other phrase. Forget the solos, bring on the Choir! And none of this let the soloist sing while the choir does some polite, anemic BGV's! I said bring on the choir...all-choir-all-the-time, No Solos Allowed!