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21 Guns 21 Guns
arr. Roger Emerson - Hal Leonard Corporation

From the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "American Idiot" by Green Day, this vivid, emotional song reflects the intensity of a new generation of young Americans as they struggle to find meaning in a... view details
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Ain't Misbehavin Ain't Misbehavin
arr. Larry Shackley - Alfred Music Publishing

Here's a lazy, bluesy treatment of the title song from "Ain't Misbehavin'," the Broadway show that celebrates the immortal music of the great Thomas "Fats" Waller. This is one of the all-time great jazz-show... view details
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All Good Gifts All Good Gifts (from "Godspell")
arr. John Leavitt - Hal Leonard Corporation

This most popular song from "Godspell" becomes a sweeping anthem of gratitude in this stunning choral setting. Stephen Schwartz's wonderful music takes the classic hymn text to a new level, making it equally... view details
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All I Need Is an Angel All I Need Is an Angel
arr. Greg Gilpin - Alfred Music Publishing

Performed by Carly Rae Jepsen in the Grease Live television special, this new ballad has a touching message for today's youth. "Yeah, all I need is an angel, here today, who will help me find my way... and... view details

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Another Op'nin', Another Show Another Op'nin', Another Show
Cole Porter/arr. Kern - Alfred Music Publishing

From the musical "Kiss Me, Kate" comes this quintessential Broadway opener, spectacularly arranged for today's choirs.  It's a classic "show-biz" two-beat song, complete with unforgettable lyrics about the... view details
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Anthem Anthem
arr. John Purifoy - Hal Leonard Corporation

Whether or not you are familiar with the musical "Chess," you will want to include this beautiful song from the show in your patriotic repertoire.  "I cross over borders but I'm still there now... My land's... view details
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Anything Goes Anything Goes
Cole Porter/arr. Kern - Alfred Music Publishing

From Cole Porter's landmark 1934 musical "Anything Goes" comes this rousing showstopper, brilliantly arranged by Philip Kern.  It features an opening female solo, outstanding choral scoring, and a classic... view details
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As Time Goes by As Time Goes by
Herman Hupfeld/arr. Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

No one can resist this classic song made famous in "Casablanca," one of the most famous motion pictures of all time!  This rich arrangement, equally appropriate for jazz, show and concert choirs, features... view details
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Bellas Back to Basics Bellas Back to Basics (from "Pitch Perfect 2")
arr. Deke Sharon - Hal Leonard Corporation

The Bellas have lost their sound, and to find it again they sing this medley of songs by some of the greatest, most iconic women's harmony groups from the past, from The Andrews Sisters to En Vogue. Songs... view details

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Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep
arr. Cristi Cary Miller - Hal Leonard Corporation

This is perfect for young voices! Irving Berlin's beautiful song was performed by Bing Crosby in the movie "White Christmas" back in 1952, and it is just as meaningful today. This will make your choir sound... view details

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Cups (When I'm Gone) Cups (When I'm Gone) (from "Pitch Perfect 2")
arr. Deke Sharon - Hal Leonard Corporation

Sung around the campfire, this sweetly emotional arrangement features a very different take on the quadruple-platinum song from the first movie: close harmonies and absolutely no plastic cups!

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Cups Cups
arr. Roger Emerson - Hal Leonard Corporation

This irresistible breakout hit by Anna Kendrick from the "Pitch Perfect" soundtrack has a sweet, folky flavor, and the fun "cup" accompaniment will be a hit with your choir! Now crossing over to YouTube and... view details
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Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend
Leo Robin & Jule Styne/arr. Hayes - Shawnee Press

This clever song was first introduced by Carol Channing on Broadway in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes," but Marilyn Monroe perhaps made it most famous in the movie version.  Recently, it was sung by Nicole Kidman... view details
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$2.50
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$2.50
P/A CD 
$26.99