Frothy fun for caffeine lovers everywhere! From the swingin’ echoed phrases of the catchy chorus to the tasty "with extra foam" ending, this creative chart is equal parts education and fun. Extend the
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"I don’t wanna work. I wanna bang on the drum all day!" This super-fun arrangement for developing choirs features singable harmonies and a vocal percussion section where performers mimic the sounds of
"Strike a key and begin with do, do-re-mi and the rest you know; one-two-three, come along, let’s go climbing up the scales." The classic Irving Berlin ragtime style is perfectly captured in this
"Eat your veggies: Grilled or chilled or steamed or fried. Eat your veggies: Sliced or diced or spiralized." A cleverly conceived litany of forty-two vegetables, this selection is sung in patter-style to
Young singers will love this short cycle of three pieces based on popular tongue twisters from Spanish-speaking countries: Pablito Clavo un Clavito; Tres Tristes Tigres and Como Poco, Coco
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
This lively arrangement finds all the charm and humor of the classic American folk song. An intro of the phrase "Uh-hum" is followed by the familiar melody and text, with verses combined to create the story
This pop hit from 1964 features opportunities for solos or section features. Syncopated vocal lines and a light swing feel add to the fun in this easily learned novelty number. Add the optional rhythm parts
This lively arrangement of the Hank Williams classic is easily learned and lots of fun. Students will enjoy the Cajun dialect, finger snaps, and accessible syncopation. Rhythm parts and an accompaniment CD
Your choir will have a lot of fun with this humorous pop novelty hit from the '40s. This arrangement has a relaxed swing feel, a hint of jazz harmonies, and crazy lyrics that make it an ideal lighter
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
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
This original by Mark Hayes is loads of fun to learn and perform, complete with spoken sections and popping sounds! Add the optional riser choreography and cool acoustic accompaniment track and you're sure
The unforgettable melody from Offenbach's operetta, "Orpheus in the Underworld," has been inventively adapted into a lesson on solfege and the life of the composer himself. This upbeat piece is perfect for
Young singers will really eat this up! Many kids will already be familiar with the goofy lyrics from the viral video about this favorite fast food. "Shell, meat, lettuce, cheese." Quick to learn and fun to
A clever take on a favorite childhood game provides a lesson about cooperative and compromise packaged with a rockin' feel that is sure to be a hit! A fun layered ostinato section near the end allows your
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
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
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
"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!
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