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Women's Light Concert Music (6)
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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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Give Me a Choral Medley! Give Me a Choral Medley! (A Singer's Spoof)
Andy Beck - Alfred Music Publishing

Touching on every possible style of choral music, this tongue-in-cheek send-up is very entertaining! With plenty of punch lines, a few familiar favorites, and a showbiz kick line, it's a riot on the risers!... view details
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Grandma's Feather Bed Grandma's Feather Bed
arr. Sally K. Albrecht - Alfred Music Publishing

Yee-haw!  Fans of John Denver will remember this - it's one of his biggest pop-country hits.  The best darn thing about this arrangement is, well, it's just outright fun to sing, with lots of silly "oinks,"... view details
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$27.99
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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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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The Pink Panther The Pink Panther
Henry Mancini/arr. Jay Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

This is phenomenal!  Everyone knows the catchy "Pink Panther" theme as an instrumental, but... for choir?  Of course! Scat syllables do the trick!  The familiar opening riff becomes "Ba dop ba da, ba dop ba... view details
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