The links that follow take you to modules designed by teachers (both inservice and preservice) to relate the National Standards for Music Education to specific pieces of choral literature.

        Now is the Month of Maying - Thomas Morley
        *Introduction to 16th century Choral Compositional Techniques (Standards 6,7)
        *Late Renaissance Singing Style (Standards 1, 9)
        *Renaissance Madrigal Characteristics (Standards 6, 9)

        El Grillo - Josquin des Prez
        *Renaissance Music and Science (Standards 1,8,9)

        The Storm Is Passing Over -Tindley, arr. Baker
        *Online Articulation Workshop (Standard 5)
        *History and Context of Gospel Music (Standards 8, 9)
        *Improvisation (Standards 3,4,5,7)

        Agnus Dei - Samuel Barber
        *Composing and Arranging (Standards 4, 5)

        Shut de Do' - arr. Randy Stonehill
        * Practicing Rhythms and Improvisation (Standards 2, 3, 9)

        Candlelight Carol -John Rutter
        * Applying Music Theory Skills to Score Analysis (Standards 5, 6)

        Do Re Mi - Richard Rodgers
        *Curwen Hand Signs (Standards 1, 3, 5)

        I'd Enter Your Garden - Johannes Brahms
        *Agogic Stress (Standards 6, 9)

        Des Colores -arr. John Leavitt
        *Folk Songs as Oral History (Standards, 6, 8, 9)

        Simple Gifts -arr. John Leavitt
        *Sightsinging and Analysis (Standards 1, 6, 9)

        Ave Maria --Anton Bruckner
        *Latin Diction and IPA (Standards 1,5)

        Red Top --arr. Kynard/Hampton
        * Vocal Jazz Basics (Standards 1, 6)

        Froggie Went A Courtin' --arr. Audrey Snyder
        *Social History-Comparative Musical Analysis-Notation(Standards 1,5,6,9)

        Swing Low, Sweet Chariot -arr. William Dawson
        *Spirituals and the National Standards(Standards 1, 9)

        Sing Me to Heaven -Daniel Gawthrop
        * Score Study and Analysis(Standards 5,6,8)

        Kyrie Eleison -Earlene Rentz
        *Diction and Score Study (Standards 1, 5, 6, 9)