This fun-to-sing piece is a wonderful introduction to vocal jazz for developing choirs.
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Here's a quintessential bossa nova on just three Latin words from the Kyrie mass text. Bossa nova is a musical genre that began in Brazil in the 1950s that consists of the combination of samba rhythms, jazz
Developing mixed and treble choirs will enjoy performing this jazz inflected doo-wop song written in the 1930s, but made popular in 1961 by the Marcels. With careful attention to range and voice-leading,
A wonderful choice to expose younger choirs to elements of vocal jazz style in this swingin' tune by Louis Prima. With a careful approach to voice leading, range, jazz rhythms and even notated simple scat
Here is an original jazz suite that is perfectly suited to treble choirs or developing mixed groups in middle school and high school. The lyrics for all three songs are about the joy and fun of singing and
Here is a song written in the big-band era, first recorded by jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald in 1939 and ideal for introducing beginning and developing groups to swing style. In the Discovery Series, it's
This fun vocal-jazz piece "talks" about the stylistic jazz vocal idiom. Based on the twelve-bar blues form, it offers variety and flexibility to sing call-and-response and written-out scat solos, all
This Discovery Jazz series edition of Stevie Wonder's 1973 song packs all the joyful Latin energy you would want into an accessible arrangement that is super cool and fun to sing. Great for building skills
Your singers will love developing style and technique while performing this jazz arrangement of the famous Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer song. Includes a fun, notated scat section and authentic piano
Here is the perfect way to introduce your young singers to the Brazilian jazz samba, or bossa nova. Just enough repetition, some simple scat singing, and English subtext are a recipe for success. There's
Introduce your young singers to the blues with this Robert Johnson classic from 1937, memorably covered by The Blues Brothers. With a shuffle-style rhythmic feel, vocal fall-offs and accessible jazz
From the opening strains, everyone will recognize Vince Guaraldi's jazzy theme as featured in the popular animated Peanuts television specials. This well-crafted accompanied arrangement includes "scat"
Four fantastic hits combine in this four-and-a-half minute medley of fun! Perfectly for choreography, it even includes a kazoo interlude. You couldn't ask for more! Included are: I Got Rhythm; How High
Here's a well-crafted arrangement featuring the song used as the building block for what many have called the best tap routine in movie musical history. The short, notated scat section is perfect for
Here is a swinging arrangement of the great American standard in a style reminiscent of the Count Basie big bands of the 1950s. Opening in a spare style with unison vocals over a bass line, the texture
This childhood favorite makes an exciting, super-fast vocal jazz showcase for younger choirs. Inspired by Ella Fitzgerald, the vocal lines are easy, making it a great vehicle for developing jazz inflection
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Was it red? No no no. Was it brown? No no no. The famous Ella Fitzgerald rendition of a classic nursery song is a sassy, jazzy twist on the familiar lyrics. A great choice for developing jazz style in your
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