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The Saints Sing Hallelujah The Saints Sing Hallelujah
David Frost - E.C. Schirmer Music Co.

Mister Handel will forgive you for performing this hilarious spoof on The Hallelujah Chorus mixed up with The Saints Go Marching In, and your audience will be laughing all the way... view details

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SATB 
$2.25
The Argument The Argument
Francis Nesta - Shawnee Press

Choirs will have fun dramatizing a very familiar situation: two people who simply cannot agree.  After finally working out a compromise, one says the wrong thing, and the argument begins all over again!  Great... view details
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MMedium
$2.50
Balm in Gilead Balm in Gilead
Negro Spiritual / M. Roger Holland, II - M. Roger Holland II

Negro Spiritual arranged for Solo, SATB Choir, with piano accompaniment.... view details
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Banquet Fugue Banquet Fugue
John Rutter - Oxford University Press

Beginning with the lyric, "Guzzle, guzzle, guzzle, munch, munch, gobble, gobble, chomp, pass the salt and pepper...," you can immediately see the possibilities for a delightful, tongue-in-cheek fugue! Recorded... view details
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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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Can You Can-Can? Can You Can-Can?
Jacques Offenbach/arr. Michael Geiger - Alfred Music Publishing

A clever parody of Offenbach's most famous work, this hilarious send-up, from the Grammy-nominated Beethoven's Wig: Sing Along Symphonies, is a blast to sing. "Yes, oui, oui, we can Can-Can!" ... view details
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Canon! Canon!
Johann Pachelbel/arr. Alan Billingsley - Alfred Music Publishing

Would Pachelbel approve? Who knows. But singers and audiences surely will! This rhythmic rendition presents the famous "Canon in D" with nonsensical scat syllables. Sing a cappella or with the optional... view details

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Chili Caliente! Chili Caliente! (Hot Peppers)
David Giardiniere & Joseph Martin - Shawnee Press

When it comes to jalapenos, serranos, habaneros or chili peppers, some like it hot, and some like it even hotter! This hilarious novelty number blends the spicy sound of Rossini's The Barber of Seville... view details
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Ching a Ring Chaw Ching a Ring Chaw (and Great Gettin' Up Mornin')
arr. Linda Spevacek - Heritage Music Press

These two traditional songs fit together amazingly well in this excellent concert/festival selection! Each voice part becomes more independent as the arrangement progresses, and when all the parts do their... view details
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Coffee Coffee (In a Cardboard Cup)
John Kander & Fred Ebb/arr. Kevin Robison - Hal Leonard Corporation

"The trouble with the world today, it seems to me, is coffee in a cardboard cup!"  There's no denying it - this zany novelty for mixed choirs is highly caffeinated!  The manic tempo, clever lyrics and coffee... view details
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MMedium
$2.50
TTBB 
$1.80
Cold and Fugue Season Cold and Fugue Season
J.S. Bach/Foncannon - John Rich Music Press

This is hilarious!  Ellen Foncannon has created a clever parody on Bach's famous "Fugue in G minor" that will have your audience in stitches!  Your students will have a blast singing such funny words with such... view details
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MEMedium Easy
$2.25
Two-Part Mixed 
MEMedium Easy
$2.25
Three-Part Treble Equal 
MEMedium Easy
$2.35
SSAA 
MEMedium Easy
$2.10
TTBB 
MEMedium Easy
$2.10
Two-Part 
MEMedium Easy
$2.25
Do You Feel the Rhythm? Do You Feel the Rhythm?
Greg Gilpin - Shawnee Press

This is sensational! Not a note is sung. Rhythm speech and drums (part included) make it all happen in this fresh, exciting opener. It's a wonderful way to teach rhythm, dynamics, style and choral energy, and... view details
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Four-Part 
$2.50
P/A CD 
$26.99
The 50 States in Rhyme The 50 States in Rhyme
arr. Don Wyrtzen - Hal Leonard Corporation

Looking for a bit of light-hearted humor for your next concert? This cute novelty piece (based on the familiar folksong Turkey In The Straw) will not only help students learn the names of the fifty... view details
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MEMedium Easy
$1.95
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$26.99
Galop Galop (from "Solfege Suite")
Ken Berg - Pavane Publishing

Have you ever tried to ride an accelerating horse while singing solfege?  That's what your singers will feel like as they negotiate their way through this quickly-paced song with only solfege syllables for... view details
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Green Eggs and Ham Green Eggs and Ham
arr. Andy Beck - Alfred Music Publishing

"I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am..." This swingin' novelty number is taken from the 2000 Broadway musical "Seussical," and Andy's arrangement includes a ready-made encore... view details

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I Bought Me a Cat I Bought Me a Cat
Aaron Copland - Boosey & Hawkes, Inc

Copland's sparkling, light-hearted work is now available in a simplified voicing that brings the humorous children's song to younger voices.  The short solos and comical animal sounds are always well-received... view details
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MMedium
$2.75
SSA 
MMedium
$1.95
Unison 
EEasy
$1.95
TBB/TBB 
$3.25
I Will Sing I Will Sing
Michael Engelhardt - Michael Engelhardt

This medium tempo gospel-style piece invites the singers and the audience contemplate the "song" that they will sing on this earth during the short time we've been given. Written for the 2014-15 All-State... view details
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