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Amy Bernon has cleverly utilized the traditional French melody and lyrics along with her own original material to create a swingin' jazz style partner song for young and developing treble choirs. Laid-back...
Kids will love this fun partner-song arrangement of a turn-of-the-century American parlor song. After crooning through the familiar melody, singers will delight in the stylized vocal slides that shape the...
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Your singers will have fun with this novelty song from the 1940's and develop their vocal jazz chops at the same time! Opening in a happy-go-lucky 6/8, it sounds like an Italian street song full of nonsense...
It's a partner-song arrangement of You're a Grand Old Flag and Colonel Bogey, and it's the most enjoyable patriotic salute available for young choirs! Complete with kazoos, this is a...
What a fantastic way to teach the names of famous composers! This ingenious little piece uses tunes from three traditional rounds to teach the names of master composers throughout music history. It's so...
A memorable melody and clever interplay between voices make this original piece a ghastly grim and gloriously gleeful change-of-pace concert offering for Halloween or any time of year. Perform with piano or...
Dream of joyous summers at the beach and salty air, and discover a world of seaside delights with this jaunty and upbeat original work. "Oh, won't you come with me down the shore, where the cotton candy...
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