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
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"Sometimes they're in the corner, sometimes they're by the door, sometimes they're all a-standing in the middle of the floor..." This child-like poem by Eugene Field recollects the fear we all had of going
From Rosemary Clooney to Lady Gaga and countless television and movie appearances in between, this hit single continues to entertain. This choral arrangement is upbeat, rhythmic, and pure fun - the perfect
Don't be scared! This Purple People Eater only wants to play in a rock and roll band! Have some fun performing this crazy 1958 chart topper, complete with optional kazoos and hilarious solo
An absolutely charming setting for this classic text! The dramatic story comes to life in this modern setting for two-part voices. Melodies are memorable and easy to learn, and the available synthesizer
Cuckoo is an excellent developmental teaching piece for treble choirs and provides a fun introduction to two-part singing. With a whimsical text, this delightful piece can be performed a cappella
This best-selling arrangement for two-part voices has been updated and now includes multiple voicings. This novel song has been recorded by Ella Fitzgerald and Diana Krall among others, and was performed on
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
From "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" comes this clever song from the cantina scene - an infectious reggae-style tune cowritten by the film's director, J.J. Abrams, and Lin-Manuel Miranda of "Hamilton" fame.
A true charmer! The original text cleverly hovers along the pitches of the major scale, and a slower middle section, in the parallel minor key, provides a perfect opportunity to discover and discuss tempo
Amy Bernon has cleverly utilized the traditional French melody and lyrics along with her own original material to create a swingin' jazz style partner song for young and developing treble choirs. Laid-back
Grab your washboards and kazoos, heat up the vittles and get ready to entertain country style, with a bit of hillbilly thrown in! "When you live in the country, everybody is your neighbor!" Bill Monroe's
A delightful musical interpretation of the beloved Lewis Carroll poem, this piece is easy to put together and is an excellent choice for a choir's first experience with part singing. The catchy melody
What a fantastic way to teach the names of famous composers! This ingenious little piece uses tunes from three traditional rounds to teach the names of master composers throughout music history. It's so
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Chicken-scratchin' fun abounds in this clever, singable arrangement of the 19th century dance reels Hello, Susie Brown and Four in the Middle. It's a terrific folk-song novelty, full of
Teach intervals from DO the fun way! This snazzy Latin-style song will be a favorite with young singers as they learn numerous rhythm patterns while singing intervals and solfege syllables. Educational and
This delightful song from "Frozen" is an ode to buzzing bees, dandelion fuzz, sandy beaches and blue skies. Olaf, everyone's favorite song-and-dance snowman, imagines a life that's not frozen in this
Kids will love this fun partner-song arrangement of a turn-of-the-century American parlor song. After crooning through the familiar melody, singers will delight in the stylized vocal slides that shape the
How fun to sing about one of nature's most curious creatures! A whimsical text, bluesy overtones, quirky chromatics, and optional hand percussion paint a clear picture of the skillful lizard and his
It's a partner-song arrangement of You're a Grand Old Flag and Colonel Bogey, and it's the most enjoyable patriotic salute available for young choirs! Complete with kazoos, this is a
"I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am..." This swingin' novelty number is taken from the 2000 Broadway musical "Seussical," and Andy's arrangement includes a ready-made encore
Here's an exciting, energizing tune that teaches singers how to write counts in music. With a supportive piano accompaniment, it makes rhythm fun for students of all ages, from elementary through high
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