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HCCS

The successful choral series HCCS, “Helbling Choral Concert Series” provides choir directors with the kind of repertoire that they have always asked for: easy for amateurs to sing, up-to-date, with a great diversity of style and content, and above all suitable for the widest variety of performances – concertante, festive, contemplative or informal. As both editor and composer and arranger, Lorenz Maierhofer has created a choral series which year after year meets every conceivable demand with an inspiring new programme of 30 choral pieces. At the beginning of every year, a presentation CD with 70 minutes of choral music is released, accompanied by a choral catalogue containing detailed information on every piece.

Already tremendously popular in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, the HCCS choral series has also found its way into the repertoires of many choirs in other countries. Today, HCCS already ranks as one of the most successful choral series, and well beyond the German-speaking area.

The content of this choral series includes both sacred and secular music – mainly a cappella – for a variety of formations and levels of difficulty, for mixed choir, female-voice choir and male-voice choir. The HCCS programme spans a broad range of styles, from selected pieces from earlier centuries to numerous compositions for concertante and festive occasions, from compositions and arrangements in the areas of rock, pop and evergreen to ethno, folk and gospel.


HCCS-HELBLING CHORAL CONCERT SERIES

Complete Catalogue SATB SSA TTBB

HCCS Category Groups

Category "Concert & Festive" SATB SSA TTBB
Category "Popular" SATB SSA TTBB
Category "Folk & Multicultural" SATB SSA TTBB
Category "Gospels & Spirituals" SATB SSA TTBB
Category "Sacred" SATB SSA TTBB
Category "Christmas & Seasonal" SATB SSA TTBB

NEW RELEASES


Handl (Gallus), Jacobus:
Jerusalem gaude (SSATTB)
Order no.: C5933

FROM THE CATALOG


Guglhör, Gerd:
Stimmtraining im Chor
Order no.: C5609