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SAB and Three-Part Mixed Pop Tunes (6)
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Coconut Coconut (Put the Lime in the)
Harry Nilsson/arr. Kirby Shaw - Hal Leonard Corporation

Harry Nilsson's 1971 novelty song tells the story of what happens when you put the lime in the coconut: it helps you feel better when you have a bellyache!  Set at an "island rock" tempo, it's a fun,... view details

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Ja-Da Ja-Da
arr. Linda Spevacek - Heritage Music Press

Here's a nice change of pace - the hit tune from the early 1900's has been brought up to date in this tasteful light-concert arrangement. It's just plain fun from beginning to end, and adding movement or... view details
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Lydia, The Tattooed Lady Lydia, The Tattooed Lady
arr. Jay Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

Harold Arlen and E.Y. Harburg wrote this tune for comedian Groucho Marx to sing in the 1939 movie, "At the Circus."  It's a tour de force of comedic writing, in the style of Gilbert and Sullivan.  As a lighter... view details
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Monster Mash Monster Mash
Bobby Pickett & Leonard Capizzi/arr. Greg Gilpin - Alfred Music Publishing

Triadic harmonies and several spoken solos are perfect for younger groups in this fun novelty song. Compare dance moves with Frankenstein, Wolfman, and Dracula, and maybe add a few of your own!

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Moon River Moon River
arr. Ed Lojeski - Hal Leonard Corporation

This Henry Mancini favorite comes to new life in a warm, expressive concert setting, which features an inventive harmonic approach and a gently arpeggiated accompaniment. This is sure to be warmly received by... view details
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On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe
Harry Warren/arr. Jay Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

Here's one of the great, swingin' "train songs" from the 1940s. Jay's arrangement features a tight, rhythmic "chug-a, chug-a, oo-woo" section straight from the lyricist Johnny Mercer's own hit recording with... view details
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