Recorded by "The Kingston Trio" and "Rockapella," this spooky song is a great novelty change of pace! "And they were singing: Back to back, belly to belly and I don't really care 'cause I'm stone dead
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"Sometimes they're in the corner, sometimes they're by the door, sometimes they're all a-standing in the middle of the floor..." This child-like poem by Eugene Field recollects the fear we all had of going
This text-driven setting of Rossetti's treasured poem is top-tier. A well-developed choral interlude sounds like swirling winds with round vowels and captivating harmonies. The masterful text painting
This gorgeous vocal jazz arrangement combines Autumn Leaves with When October Goes in an artful setting that is unified both textually and musically. The sumptuous choral harmonies and
Don't be scared! This Purple People Eater only wants to play in a rock and roll band! Have some fun performing this crazy 1958 chart topper, complete with optional kazoos and hilarious solo opportunities
Vampires, zombies and monsters abound in this novelty piece that offers the opportunity to introduce jazz, swing, and the concept of scat singing to developing singers. Perfect for fall concerts and
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
From ethereal to sublime, the range of choral sonority is offered here in a magnificent setting of an Emily Bronte poem that is ideal for developing treble voices in high school and beyond.
The American girl group Fifth Harmony is featured in a fun, gothic style on this single from the animated film "Hotel Transylvania 2." The "fright-rock" thump of the track makes this a sensational selection
A stark fifth in the piano represents a chill in the air and frames the opening of this sensitive setting of the popular Rachel Field poem. Nuanced dynamics, tempi, and phrasing invite expressive singing. A
"It doesn't matter much how old I grow, I hate to see October go." A cappella choirs will enjoy the lush jazz harmonies in this tasteful arrangement of Barry Manilow's 1985 hit. Impeccable voice leading and
This haunting contemporary a cappella work features a wistful text about the departure of summer and the coming of winter. Rich harmonies and thoughtful dynamics heighten the mood of this stunning piece.
"My Sorrow, when she's here with me, thinks these dark days of autumn rain are beautiful as days can be..." Robert Frost's beautifully sorrowful poem is treated with loving care in this superb setting. Use
Here's a novelty number that's perfect for Halloween. "Just as eyelids start to close, just as you begin to doze, there in the hall a resounding thump, things that go bump in the night...." Douglas Wagner's
Absolutely beautiful, this a cappella original was inspired by the colors and nostalgia of the Kansas prairie in autumn. Lonely, empty spaces in the fading landscape evoke conflicting feelings of
Delightfully delicate, A Merry Autumn should be sung in a lilting meter of two. The text by Paul Laurence Dunbar reminds us of the beauty of the fall season with its kaleidoscope of colors.
A true fall concert piece, this is easy to learn at the beginning of the school year. Based on a traditional English folk song, it is ideal for building the important choral skills of blend, balance and
Here's a unique choral setting of a spine-tingling poem by Edgar Allan Poe. Jay's riveting music is a perfect complement to the unconventional text. With a mysterious quality that makes it appropriate for
This lyrical view of the beauty of autumn as it it changes into winter features a chorus of cascading vocal lines imitating the motion of the colorful leaves as they "rain" down to the ground. Vivid word
"Leaves of gold, red and brown, glories past now lie down, leaving branches bare to weep and moan..." Picturesque and melodically lovely, this is an excellent winterscape piece for middle school
Younger choirs will build important choral skills with this tender setting of a poem by Robert Louis Stevenson. Alternating between modal and major key tonality, the part-writing is carefully crafted,
The #1 title song from the 1984 mega-hit movie, this is a great feature for Halloween or anytime you just want to have some fun! It's a fantastic pop/show choir feature with super choreography potential!
All the colors of autumn are right here in this lilting, dance-like original. With charming lyrics and well-crafted voice parts, this simple, pretty piece is full of teachable moments and easy enough for
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