Swedish pop group a-ha had a worldwide hit in 1985 with this synth-pop song. A cappella sensation Pentatonix created a stellar a cappella version where all those cool pop effects are moved to the voices.
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Faith Hill's heartwarming ballad from the 2000 adaptation of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" was arranged and recorded by a cappella super group Pentatonix on their album Christmas Is Here. This
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First recorded by Ben E. King and the Drifters in 1960, this singable love song is set in a flexible choral arrangement that can be a cappella with finger snaps, a doo-wop bass line and a feature for a
"Ho, ho, ho! Who wouldn't go?" Pentatonix has been synonymous with the holidays since they exploded onto the scene. Their fresh take on this tune will have your audience bouncing in their seats. This
Written and performed by a cappella supergroup Pentatonix, this gentle ballad presents an inspirational text in a setting with close harmonies and exquisite phrasing. This arrangement is unique, as the
Exciting and fresh, this a cappella setting of the timeless carol is adapted from the hit Pentatonix version and will provide a challenge your choir is sure to enjoy. The arrangement includes an optional
Choirs will love re-creating the warm harmonies and soulful vocals of Pentatonix's Take Me Home, with its hymn-like cadences and steady finger snaps. A wonderful and accessible a cappella choice
This setting is arranged after the amazing Pentatonix version from the 2014 album That's Christmas to Me and may be sung a cappella or accompanied. Ideal for pop/jazz or concert choirs, the beautiful
Keep the joy of family and Christmas in your heart with this simply beautiful original from Pentatonix! Full harmonies and a straightforward lyric style make this a wonderful selection for all types of
Pentatonix covers this song by Fleet Foxes in their signature a cappella style, with only body percussion as accompaniment. With a repeating vocal phrase that gradually extends and a wordless contrasting
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