This well-crafted a cappella arrangement emphasizes the plaintive, haunting melody written by Leonard Cohen, and alternates between a four-part texture and more fully voiced chords. Mesmerizing!
The debut single from 2009 by Mumford & Sons, from their debut album Sigh No More, packs a folk-rock punch in this arrangement for unaccompanied male voices.
It's been performed by Elvis, Stevie Wonder, and a host of others, but it was the Tennessee Ernie Ford recording that brought this song to national attention and the top of the Billboard charts. Great...
Men's choirs and quartets will "dig" the hip sounds of Brian Setzer in this setting for unaccompanied voices! You'll love the way the vocal parts trade riffs - and the audience will rave!
"Tempted by the fruit of another, tempted but the truth is discovered..." Chris Difford's tune enters the world of choral singing with this fine setting for a cappella men's voices with solo lead.