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Pre-2015 Catalog

“Music for Changing Voices”
“Music Providing Better Balance for Adult Choirs with More Women than Men”

“Cambiata Press is committed to providing quality music for adolescent choirs containing changing voices and for SSAM (“M” = Men) and SAM voiced choirs. We view these as our two primary reasons for being. And—we believe we fulfill these purposes better than any other American choral music publisher.” – Don Collins, founder and past managing editor

SSAB

ARS

music

jinglebells

americabeautiful

gladchristmas

christmasis

deckhalls

deepriver

early

liberty

world

keeper

praise

silentnight

teacher

giftchristmas

sylvia

singfestival

spirituals

cooperseries

masters

patriotic

mansmusic

terrifictunes

atempo

SATB

twotuneful

singingboys

nostalgia

SchubertGMass

ARS

seasonal

atempo

MixingMelodies

nostalgia

voicingmenus

guides

Post-2015 Catalog

In 2015, Dr. Don Collins, the founder, owner, and managing editor of Cambiata Press, invited me to become the “new” managing editor. Because of our successes with the Cambiata Institute, our work with the 2014 Cambiata Composition Initiative, and the impact Cambiata Press had in my own early teaching, I accepted his offer.

We have much to do. Organizationally, we plan to maintain the pre-2015, “original” catalogue, as we establish a new collection, the post-2015 catalogue. In the immediate future, we will work through all the pre-2015 titles to verify clarity and to revitalize musical quality. Simultaneously, we will begin to publicize the new Cambiata Press to the nation’s middle school choral teachers and to invite new composers to contribute exciting, quality choral music for the voices of early adolescent boys.

Mission: “Cambiata Press strives to provide quality choral literature that fits the vocal ranges and the literary imagination of early adolescent boys.” — Alan McClung, managing editor