• Variety of composers, including Bob Chilcott, Alan Bullard, Howard Skempton, Cecilia McDowall, and Will Todd
• Accompanied and unaccompanied settings
• Well-known Shakespeare texts, including 'It was a lover and his lass', 'If music be the food of love', and 'Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?'
• Beautiful arrangement of Walton's 'Touch her soft lips and part'
• Moderate difficulty - ideal for adult and youth choirs
Shall I compare thee? is an exquisite collection of ten settings for mixed voices, specially commissioned to celebrate the four hundredth anniversary of William Shakespeare's death. The volume pays tribute to Britain's greatest writer, presenting a selection of his finest texts set to music by some of today's most accomplished choral composers.