HL35030101 8 Steps to Harmonization


HL35030101   8 Steps to Harmonization Laying the Foundation for Successful Part-Singing by Catherine LeLanoy

Lay the foundation for successful part-singing with this unique and valuable resource designed to aid music teachers by providing a step-by-step path for teaching young choirs how to sing harmony, building a bridge that transitions between elementary and high school music reading. Perfect for middle school, this resource can be easily adapted for younger and older singers. Each step in this book offers several songs that will give choirs the practice they need to master each type of harmonization. The enclosed CD-ROM includes mp3 recordings of piano accompaniments and PDFs of the piano/vocal scores for projection or printing. The progressive steps used to teach harmonization involve these familiar song styles: unison, ostinato, echo songs, descants, partner songs, rounds, polyphonic songs and homophonic songs.


  • African Noel
  • All Through The Night
  • Au Clair De La Lune
  • Battle Hymn Of The Republic
  • Coffee/With Laughter/All Things Shall Perish
  • Every Night When The Sun Goes Down
  • Ezekiel Saw The Wheel/There’s A Little Wheel A Turnin’
  • Farewell Dear
  • Frere Jacques (Are You Sleeping?)
  • Gloria
  • Good Night Ladies/Someone’s In The Kitchen
  • Goodnight To You All
  • I Love The Mountains
  • Joshua (Fit The Battle Of Jericho)
  • The Little Bells Of Westminster
  • Mary Ann
  • Missus O’Grady
  • More We Get Together
  • Poor Wayfaring Stranger
  • Sarasponda
  • Shenandoah
  • Spring Has Come
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot/All Night, All Day
  • This Old Hammer
  • Tina Singu (Sing It!)
  • Wade In The Water
  • Water Is Wide
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  • When The Saints Go Marching In
  • When The Saints/This Train
  • Where Is John?
  • Zum Gali Gali