Here are some wonderful pieces that are well written and not too difficult with some good work.
The Eyes of All Wait Upon Thee, Jean Berger
SATB—Augsburg Publishing 0800645596
A classic a cappella setting of Psalm 145:15-16
Followers of the Lamb, Phillip Dietterich
SATB—Hope Publishing AG 7223
American folk tune, a cappella
Even When God Is Silent, Michael Horvit
Available SATB/SSAA/TTBB—Transcontinental Music Corp.
The text was found written on a wall in a basement in Cologne, Germany by allied troops after World War II. Jewish, a cappella.
Jesus Christ the Apple Tree, Elizabeth Poston
SATB—Hal Leonard HL 08300514
A cappella (Christmas) with rich text imagery and metaphoric language.
My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord, Hank Beebe
SATB—Hinshaw Music HPC7011
Magnificat setting with piano, brass (3,3,3,1) or organ, bass and drums
For the Mountains Shall Depart, Hank Beebe
SATB—Hinshaw Music HMC144
Jazz piano, bass, perc, flugel horn, soprano or tenor solo
Praise His Holy Name, Keith Hampton
Black Gospel with piano, bass, percussion
Hark! I Hear the Harps Eternal, arr. Alice Parker
SATB—Warner Brothers Publications LG51331-W
A cappella American folk hymn arranged for the Robert Shaw Chorale
Praise the Lord, arr. Ralph Johnson
Traditional Cameroon melody used as a processional song in West Africa.
A cappella or accompanied, percussion
Salmo 150, Ernani Aguiar
Rhythmic a cappella piece in Latin from Brazil
The Lamb, John Tavener
A cappella setting of the famous poem by William Blake
Originally posted October 2005.