This enduring children's classic, made famous by Peter, Paul and Mary as well as John Denver, is full of fun and whimsy. It is complete with sound effects of a toy that we can't identify on the track,
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With lyrics by the great Maurice Sendak and music by the great Carole King, this piece is a winner for your young and developing singers. With references to each month, this is a fun selection for any time
Containing three movements: Scrolling; Their, There, They're; and Selfie, this tongue-in-cheek novelty number features plenty of fun along with sophisticated vocal harmonies. Your
This delightful choral arrangement of Johann Strauss' famous Tritsch-Tratsch-Polka features a tongue-in-cheek text about gossiping. Musically satisfying, the piece provides opportunities to
Drawing heavily upon Latin American traditions of syncopation, staccato movement, and rhythmic expression, this piece practically begs you to get up and dance. With a text that teaches solfege in a minor
This iconic 80s techno pop hit from Men Without Hats is back! The steady eighth note groove forms a basis for the singable melody and fun harmonies. But the real excitement begins with the surprise addition
The library is a place full of creativity and adventure! Celebrate literacy and literature with this upbeat and clever song from Tom Chapin that your students will love to sing! Add string bass and
A unique and lighthearted original that sings the praises of tasty Southern barbecue! In a Zydeco style, which is a combination of blues, R & B, and Louisiana Creole tradition, these crazy, fun lyrics
No, this is not the Muffin Man you thought you knew. This is a swingin' adaptation that is appropriately titled for young treble singers. The mostly unison setting will be a quick learn with simple
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
This classic from Disney's "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" will be a delightful showcase for men's voices. With clever lyrics, fun handclaps and clever rhythmic devices, this is sure to be great
Your developing singers can perfect their solfege skills while learning classical music with this audience pleaser! Melodies (in solfege with moveable do) include fragments from Eine Kleine
One of The King's Singers top songs, this Albert Hammond folk classic in a brilliant arrangement by Peter Knight will give advanced ensembles a diction workout! Train noises, melodic fragments and vocal
"Cod" almighty, you'll get a chuckle from the anglers in your choir and audience with this clever country-style salute to fishing lingo! A fun change-of-pace for mixed and male choirs!
From "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" comes this clever song from the cantina scene - an infectious reggae-style tune co-written by the film's director, J.J. Abrams, and Lin-Manuel Miranda of "Hamilton" fame.
Immortalized in pop culture history as on the CBS television series The Big Bang Theory, where it's sung repeatedly by the show's stars Sheldon and Penny, this humorous theme-and-variations arrangement will
Even tough guys have dreams! This hilarious song from Walt Disney Pictures' "Tangled" will give your men's choir a chance to show off and get some laughs! Solo and choreographic options abound.
This delightful song from "Frozen" is an ode to buzzing bees, dandelion fuzz, sandy beaches and blue skies. Olaf, everyone's favorite song-and-dance snowman, imagines a life that's not frozen in this
Harry Nilsson's 1971 novelty song tells the story of what happens when you put the lime in the coconut: it helps you feel better when you have a bellyache! Set at an "island rock" tempo, it's a fun,
This English folk tune tells a story from the Victorian era of a girl who sewed and was delighted to receive a "paper of pins" from her suitor along with a host of other gifts, though all she wished for was
If you are looking for a spooky selection for Halloween or any other occasion, look no further! This trio of tunes drawn from the classics will provide all necessary goosebumps and even a chuckle or two!
Originally recorded by Patsy Montana in 1935, this was the first country song by a female artist to sell more than one million records. Subsequently covered by Suzy Bogguss, the Dixie Chicks and LeAnn
This is very funny! It's a mad, mad, mad, mad madrigal indeed when the "fa-la-la's" get mixed up with the "shoo-bee-doo-bee-doo's" and the "rama-lama-ding-dong's"! Novelty madrigals are rare, and this is
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