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This well-crafted Discovery series edition of the popular winter-themed song by Fleet Foxes and covered by Pentatonix works well with changing voices. With body percussion and a repeating vocal phrase that
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Now available in an accessible Discovery edition, this multi-award winning song by Carly Simon featured in the 1988 film "Working Girl" will be a fantastic and uplifting addition to any concert.
This classic hit from 1969 by Jackie DeShannon is a perfect addition to any concert, maybe even as a singalong closer! The easy triadic harmonics make the learning easy, and the positive message will make
Young singers will know this song used in the movie "Shrek" - now available in an accessible setting for young voices, they will enjoy learning the memorable melody and harmonies of Leonard Cohen's classic
Younger choirs will have holiday fun, fun, fun with this Beach Boys Christmas classic! Easily learned, it is perfect for adding beach choreography and costumes for a special showcase!
Perfect for your guys! TB choirs will love singing this pop classic, originally recorded by Ben E. King in 1961. Great lyrics, great hook, great message, and well crafted for changing voices!
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
From the English/Irish pop band One Direction, this is the first single released from their new album, Four. It's infused with rhythmic energy and an unforgettable hook! "Everybody wanna steal my
Here's the perfect Beatles song for two-part male choirs! It was released as a single in 1965, then used again in the Beatles' second movie, "Help!" This will make Beatles fans out of your young
This song from the Yiddish theater also found popularity in the folk movement of the 1960s after it was recorded by Joan Baez. In this charming arrangement for young and developing voices, an optional
The megahit by the indie/pop group fun. which is mostly accompanied but lets the voices sing a cappella for the first verse. The powerful vocal harmonies and awesome drum track will make your audience
"When the sun goes down and the lights burn out, then it's time for you to shine brighter than a shooting star..." The fresh sounds of Owl City continue to delight fans across the globe. Young singers will
This #1 hit from 1966 by Simon and Garfunkel offers lots of opportunities for developing choral skills while connecting the generations through music. Your students' parents and grandparents will remember
From the popular Disney web show Talking Friends, this is a fun "buddy" song that's perfect for younger choirs. "Together there's nothing we can't do!" It's upbeat, with clean, positive lyrics that kids
Celebrate 50 years of The Beatles with this energetic song from 1964! Set in a rock-swing style, the voices trade off, and the blues chord progression makes it easy to add guitar! A great showcase for young
The official song of America's favorite pastime gets an update in this energetic swing rendition that also tells the history of the song through narration. Fun for singers and audiences, it's appropriate
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
This 1979 pop hit by Sister Sledge has the power to bring people together from coast to coast and from generation to generation. It's a great choreography showcase!
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