Repertoire

IL-ACDA Choral Repertoire Resources

 


IL-ACDA Recommended Choral Repertoire (2014-2018)
(Contains a list of suggested titles from various IL-ACDA sources.
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Reading Sessions at IMEA
Reading Sessions at Fall Conventions
Reading Sessions at Summer ReTreats
Repertoire & Standards Chair Recommendations


Music & Worship Repertoire List
(A list of sacred choral works for a wide variety of church choirs)


All-State and All-State Honors Choir Repertoire (2005-2018)
(A list of all choral works performed at Illinois All-State since 2005)

All-State and All-State Honors Choir Repertoire (1967-2018)
(Repertoire Performed by IMEA All-State Choirs since 1967)

Illinois All-State and All-State Honors Conductors
(A list of all conductors of the Illinois All-State choirs since 1967)


Vocal Collections for HS Voices
(Suggestions from our Historian, Bob Boyd)


National ACDA Repertoire Listings
(Link to the National ACDA Repertoire & Standards Committee page)


National ACDA Repertoire Reviews
(Link to the National ACDA list of reviewed repertoire, which lists and analysis of many choral works along with a difficulty level assignment)


ChoralNet Forums
(VAST list of a variety of choral literature with discussion from expert choir directors)

 

Musica Virtual Choral Library

(Search engine for choral music)

Analysis of many choral works along with a difficulty level assignment,
often containing a translation, pronunciation examples, MIDI files, performance mp3s and more!
**Note: Must sign up for a free username/password**

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IL-ACDA Chestnuts
(A list of suggested choral works from our members that have been “tried & true” choral gems!)


IMEA Music Lending Library
(Borrow music from IMEA!)

The Illinois Music Educators Association has been accumulating music from District and All-State Festivals for many years. This music has been sorted, catalogued, and is being made available to IMEA members as a lending library. Click above to see the procedures involved in borrowing. If you are interested in participating in this program, please review the titles, composers, arrangers and publishers represented in the Library.  The Library holdings are available on the IMEA website as “pdf” files.  Call or email the IMEA State Office to confirm that the repertoire selected is currently available.  Then download, print, complete and submit (by mail or fax) the Music Library Application Form.