The lyric delivery in this Pentatonix a cappella original from 2013 allows the harmonies to swell naturally through the vocal blend for a satisfying moment in concert, making the song an ideal selection for
This setting of Leonard Cohen's classic song is for a cappella voices. It is striking for its range of texture, dynamic contrast and sheer harmonic beauty. Your experienced ensembles of all sizes will enjoy
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Featured on the 2013 season of NBC's The Sing-Off, the #1 hit by Michael Jackson has a sweetness that speaks directly to the heart. Lending itself to multiple soloists and vocal pairings, this is a perfect
This debut single from American Idol winner Phillip Phillips quickly went Platinum as it climbed the Billboard charts. "Just know you're not alone, 'cause I'm going to make this place your home."
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,
This infectious Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen pop hit is now available for pop a cappella groups. "We don't even have to try, it's always a good time!"
This appealing 1983 hit by Toto is perfect for pop a cappella groups. Starting with an optional vocal percussion intro, the energy of the original builds to the finish!
Sara Bareilles doesn't let lost love get her down in this charming single from the album Kaleidoscope Heart. Tight harmonies and a nonstop rhythmic pulse make this pop a cappella arrangement a winner!
Gentle contemporary styling in an a cappella setting gives this a feel reminiscent of The King's Singers. A beautiful text speaks of longing for love and security. "So stay with me, held in my arms. Like
This delightful song, written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David for the 1968 musical "Promises, Promises," finds new life in this clever a cappella arrangement. As performed by The Real Group, it's the
A cappella groups will enjoy this Reba McEntire top hit as they sing about a relationship gone bad. "So listen Romeo, when you're feelin' kinda lonely, let me tell you where to go: turn on the radio!"
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