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"Way up yonder above the moon, a bluebird sits in a silver spoon. Kitty alone and I..." This Irish nonsense song is a whirling, twirling kaleidoscope of sound - an excellent showcase for treble choirs in
Honest, authentic, heartfelt. These are the words that come to mind with this plaintive folk setting for SSA voices. Whether performed a cappella or accompanied by guitar or piano, this selection will
This Woody Guthrie children's song unfolds into a sonic celebration of rhythm and melody! Repeated phrases, nonsense syllables, rattles, temple blocks, tambourine, rhythm bones and foot stomping will
This simple Sephardic folk song offers a tender message over a gentle and flowing accompaniment. With particularly lovely vocal lines, this makes an exceptional teaching tool as well as a wonderful concert
"So fill to me the parting glass. Good night and joy be with you all." Opening with a male solo, this setting of a traditional Celtic song makes a wonderful closer or encore number. Enhance the Celtic feel
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Clap, stomp, shake and sing this lively arrangement of the American folk tune Old Joe Clark. With rhythmic twists, percussion, and movement suggestions, this is a fun showstopper that will be a
Now a cappella choirs can sing the popular American folk song in this beautiful, expressive arrangement. It's faithful to the deep feeling of the original, with rich dynamics and some fresh harmonic touches
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