It is difficult to determine the specific difficulty of choral music as it can vary widely depending on the specific piece and the skill level of the choir performing it. Some choral works may be considered “medium difficulty” for one choir but may be more challenging for another choir with a different skill level.
In general, choral music can be classified into different difficulty levels based on factors such as the range of the vocal parts, the complexity of the harmonies, the rhythmic challenges, and the musical style. For example, a piece with a wide vocal range and challenging harmonies may be considered more difficult than a piece with a narrow vocal range and simple harmonies.
It is important for choir directors to consider the skill level and experience of their choir when choosing music to perform. Choosing music that is too difficult can lead to frustration and discouragement for the singers, while choosing music that is too easy can lead to boredom. Finding the right balance of challenge and enjoyment is key to creating a successful and rewarding choral experience for the singers.