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This debut single from American Idol winner Phillip Phillips quickly went Platinum as it climbed the Billboard charts. "Just know you're not alone, 'cause I'm going to make this place your home."
This infectious Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen pop hit is now available for pop a cappella groups. "We don't even have to try, it's always a good time!"
This appealing 1983 hit by Toto is perfect for pop a cappella groups. Starting with an optional vocal percussion intro, the energy of the original builds to the finish!
Sara Bareilles doesn't let lost love get her down in this charming single from the album Kaleidoscope Heart. Tight harmonies and a nonstop rhythmic pulse make this pop a cappella arrangement a winner!
A cappella groups will enjoy this Reba McEntire top hit as they sing about a relationship gone bad. "So listen Romeo, when you're feelin' kinda lonely, let me tell you where to go: turn on the radio!"
Originally written as an up-tempo number for the musical Oh, Kay!, Ira convinced George that it was better as a ballad. The lush, challenging harmonies in this arrangement prove that Ira was right!
No Christmas season would be complete without hearing this well-loved song. Kern's fresh a cappella approach, featuring a world-rhythm drum part, really makes the classic shine. "Pa-rum-pum-pum-pum!"
This poignant story about making the most out of whatever time you have to live, touched listeners around the world when released by The Band Perry. Ben's contemporary a cappella setting is an appropriate
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An aleatoric sounds and syllables section opens to a rousing ostinato in this rhythmic a cappella setting. With superb choral writing and an energy that naturally grows throughout the piece, this work is a
After racking up over a million views on YouTube, this unique a cappella stunner by Brigham Young University's Vocal Point and the All-American Boys Chorus is now available for SATB divisi choirs.
Originally released in 1945, this standard continues to touch hearts. Langford's advanced vocal jazz setting, dividing into multiple voice parts, really brings the melody and lyrics to life. Worth the
From a festive opening to a rousing finish, Festival of Praise blends mixed meters and a variety of choral textures, resulting in a tour de force for advanced church, college, or community
"How do I love thee? Let me count the ways..." This artistic setting of the classic Elizabeth Barrett Browning poem features a whimsical piano motif that flits around like a little bird amid the sweeping
Michael Buble's upbeat sound and fresh harmonies shine through in this fresh a cappella setting. Feature a soloist or two over the fun-to-sing vocal accompaniment!
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