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"Give me the beat, boys, and free my soul, I wanna get lost in your rock and roll..." Dobie Gray's pop hit from 1973 takes on a unique character in this a cappella arrangement. Include the foot stomps and
The 1978 hit from the rock band Kansas, with its melancholy melody and philosophical lyrics, is hauntingly arranged for men's voices, complete with bass guitar and string quartet on the recorded
A fantastic men's choir arrangement of the Beatles hit, perfect for your developing men's chorus. With accessible ranges and high performance value, this song will be a favorite of your guys and your
This vibrant a cappella setting of the classic song by Sting opens gently with a solo voice, expanding to a duet, then the full chorus, before moving into tempo. Vocal percussion creates a colorful texture
From the Barbershop Harmony Society, these four-part a cappella arrangements of the Rachel Platten breakout hit are a superb women's or men's choir feature for your next concert. Available in Sweet Adelines
Everyone will love this '70s hit that continues to be heard in today's pop culture of musical artists, movies and television. The classic sound of the original recording is captured in the hot, vibrant
This gorgeous arrangement of Hoagy Carmichael's pop standard will wrap your ensemble in warm jazz harmonies. You'll also want to consider using the newly-produced accompaniment track, to give your
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Your guys will love jamming to this #1 hit from 1969 by The Beatles, with its iconic guitar riffs and fun lyrics. It's perfect for younger choirs, and it would be easy to add a student rhythm section for
From the Beach Boys' 1966 album Pet Sounds, this is arguably one of the top rock songs of all time. The unconventional orchestration, harmonies, vocal textures and recording techniques make it a perfect
American Idol winner Phillip Phillips topped the charts with this single from his debut album. Easy voice-leading and appropriate ranges make this arrangement a perfect choice for developing men's groups.
"Goodnight, sweetheart, well, it's time to go..." Now TTBB choirs and barbershop groups can enjoy this song made famous by The Spaniels back in the 1950s, and later featured in the movie "Three Men and a
From its hushed opening, this choral lament for a cappella choir and male soloist grows in sound and intensity to a powerful outpouring of sorrow. The song, originally performed by the Dave Matthews Band,
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