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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...
As in the first movie, this mash-up weaves together several great songs and story lines from throughout the film, with a twist of an ending. Songs include: Run the World (Girls); Where Them Girls At; We...
The Bellas are back for their senior year, and better than ever with a modern pop medley fit for the President - until Fat Amy ruins everything. Sing the arrangement that the Bellas sang, wardrobe...
Practice your beatbox skills with this 2014 pop hit from the indie rock band American Authors. The upbeat folk/pop acoustic sound, with a fun chorus, transfers beautifully to "vocals only."
This a cappella Celtic Woman song is a sensitive, tender reflection of the love between two people and their gratefulness for each other. A wonderful tribute to love! "In the morning when you rise, I bless...
Originally created for Vancouver's Elektra, this concert arrangement features a soloist as it weaves the melody through every section in the ensemble. Multiple key changes add to the musicality of this...
Feature your a cappella women's voices on this Miley Cyrus song. It's easy enough for high school girls, and it offers an inspirational message that's especially appropriate for pop and spring programming!...
From Contemporary A Cappella Publishing, this is Deke Sharon's arrangement of the Burt Bacharach song made famous by the Carpenters in 1970.
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!
"Give me the beat, boys, and free my soul, I wanna get lost in your rock and roll..." Dobie Gray's pop hit from 1973 takes on a unique character in this a cappella arrangement. Include the foot stomps and...
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Celebrate the awesome '80s with this Cyndi Lauper hit from 1984, and develop some great a cappella singing skills at the same time!
This well-crafted a cappella arrangement emphasizes the plaintive, haunting melody written by Leonard Cohen, and alternates between a four-part texture and more fully voiced chords. Mesmerizing!
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