What is Sing!?

Sing! was launched in 2014 by Choristers Guild with Mary Lynn Lightfoot as the editor. The idea behind Sing! is to help enable the musical growth of children in the classroom. The line has performed beautifully since its launch, and has won great acclaim with our members and strategic partners. More recently, Sing! has borne fruit by producing a number of crossover pieces for sacred choral use.


Browse all Sing! octavos on the Choristers Guild Website

Download Sing! Catalogs (PDF)

2019-2020 Sing! Catalog of new Choral Releases for Concert, Contest, and Festival


2018-2019 Sing! Catalog

2017-2018 Sing! Catalog

2016-2017 Sing! Catalog

2015-2016 Sing! Catalog



About the Editor

Victor C. Johnson, the editor of Sing!, has been involved in music in one fashion or another for most of his life. As a composer, Victor published his first piece in 1994 and since then has composed over 200 octavos while winning numerous composition contests and ASCAP Awards along the way.

Victor is also an experienced music teacher. From 2001-2018 he was a choral music educator at the Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg for him. Additionally, he's a talented editor, music and worship arts director, children’s handbell director, musician, conductor, and mentor. Victor took over as editor of Sing!, a line that was launched five years ago to expand Choristers Guild into the world of school and festival music, in May of 2019.

Victor is a native of Dallas and attended University of Texas at Arlington where he majored in Music Education (Choral) with a concentration in organ.



Sing! Choral Education Resource Links

Sing! Titles with Learning Resource Pages

Glossary of Key Vocabulary - Sing!


About Sing! Learning Resource Pages

Learning Resource Pages are a unique feature available on the inner front cover of selected Sing! octavos. Learning Resource Pages provide students with focus questions and suggested learning experiences to become engaged with the work and the newly developed National Core Arts Standards for Music Ensembles (2014).

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Resources for Choral Teachers:


Does your organization offer resources of interest to classroom teachers? Please email us at pharris@choristersguild.org and we'll review them for inclusion on this listing.