A stunning arrangement of s standad by John Rutter. Flute with a cappella voices creates a distinctive sound the reflects the true nature of the song. Misty, thought provoking and timeless.
This is a new setting of a rolicking English pub song lyric. It is a celebration of the cameraderie of men singing and drinking together: "If you have a song, sir, as we go along, sir, you're next to sing,
Set to a text by the English composer William Byrd, this piece is a comically earnest list of the many health and social benefits of learning to sing. The conclusion: "Since singing is so good a thing,I
A fun, energetic piece based on the American folk song - but this version has some very different and fun additions thanks to a wonderful text by Noble Cain. A great novelty piece for the middle of a
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
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This classic but little-known Stephen Foster melody has been arranged in a way that takes full advantage of the drama and humor in the Cooper lyrics. Your men will love hamming it up, bringing these lyrics
This hilarious tune from the Mel Brooks movie "Robin Hood: Men in Tights" is full of "manly" comedy, show-biz style, and masculine punch (literally!) Your men's choir will bring down the house!
At last, a women's choir setting of this longtime best-selling work! The humorous poem by Lewis Carroll from Through the Looking Glass is brought to life with wit and marvelous choral effects in
For better a cappella choirs, here is a whirlwind of bright harmonies, dance pulses, and syllabic play - a full-fledged theme and variations on absolutely nothing! The words are pure nonsense, but the
Totally cheeky and irreverent, this tune from Monty Python's "Spamalot" is a terrific concert feature, complete with whistling and a kick-line ending! "When you're chewin' on life's gristle, don't grumble."
Copland's sparkling, lighthearted folk song setting is available in a variety of voicings that makes the humorous children's song accessible to any choir. The short solos and comical animal sounds are
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