The SingFree.net website offers complete contemporary choral arrangements created specifically for middle school choirs. Selecting music for emerging singers in this age group is always challenging. My goal is to ensure every teacher and student has the support and resources to excel at concert and festival performances.
SingFree.net is my personal project after having published more than 200 songs throughout my career. The imagination which created those songs is now the inspiration that allows choir teachers and students to download and enjoy great music. Every arrangement includes a PDF score, lyric sheet, mp3 recordings of the complete ensemble plus each individual voice and piano accompaniment. Everything needed to learn and perform a song is included.
While teaching choir fulfills the dream for many middle school music teachers, it’s also a challenging position due to time constraints and limited budgets. Easy and free accessibility to choral arrangements gives students the opportunity to learn the music outside the classroom, while allowing teachers more classroom rehearsal time.
I designed the choral arrangements as downloadable files for easy accessibility to students and teachers. You can download these PDF and mp3 files to any electronic device, including:
The system can be completely paperless, so students have instant access to scores, lyrics and recordings wherever and whenever they want. This empowers students with a unique practice tool even when their teacher is not available.
I want to help young vocalists expand their love of music and performance skills. Resources accessible from electronic devices will forever change the way students prepare for concerts and festivals.
Digital music files are an excellent addition to any substitute teacher lesson plan package.
With materials from SingFree.net, substitute teachers, at any skill level in music, can provide rigorous and engaging musical lessons. Not only will the substitute teacher feel more confident and prepared, but the choir students will benefit from valuable music instruction in the teacher’s absence.