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Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home? Bill Bailey, Won't You Please Come Home?
arr. Greg Gilpin - Shawnee Press

What a great idea to arrange this for a cappella voices! A classic of Dixieland jazz since it was first published in 1902, the song has been recorded by all the great jazz singers. Now it sounds fresh as new... view details
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Cuckoo Cuckoo
Debra Morton - BriLee Music Publishing

Cuckoo is an excellent developmental teaching piece for treble choirs and provides a fun introduction to two-part singing. With a whimsical text, this delightful piece can be performed a cappella

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$1.95
I Know an Old Woman I Know an Old Woman
arr. Debra Morton - BriLee Music Publishing

Here's an a cappella novelty that's perfect for women's voices. It's the popular children's song with clever lyrics about the old woman who couldn't help swallowing things - a fly, a spider, a bird, a cat, a... view details
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Mouse Madrigal Mouse Madrigal
arr. Steven Porter - Phantom Music

Three Blind Mice has never sounded like this before! Steven Porter's "sophisticated tongue-in-cheek" treatment of the familiar folk song is perfect for the serious treble choir looking for a bit of fun!... view details
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MEMedium Easy
$2.25
Si njay njay Si njay njay
Traditional / Dorian Kelly - Modal Music

A happy and upbeat traditional Zulu wedding song for acapella SSA and optional djembe. Also suitable for a childrens or community choir.... view details
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Too Fat Polka (She's Too Fat For Me) Too Fat Polka (She's Too Fat For Me)
arr. Deke Sharon - Hal Leonard Corporation

The Andrew's Sisters had a hit in 1947 with this lighthearted, playful ditty that's more relevant now than ever! ... view details
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