This is dynamite! Kirby Shaw's phenomenal arrangement of this Simon and Garfunkel hit ballad is contemporary choral writing at its finest. The light, harmonic a cappella opening is contrasted with this
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As recorded by One Republic, this upbeat song has an inspirational message that everyone can relate to. "Hope when the moment comes you'll say: I, I did it all... I owned every second that this world could
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"And the Oscar goes to..." this, the signature song from critically acclaimed and highly awarded "La La Land." Winner of Best Original Song at the Academy Awards, the Golden Globes, and the Critic’s
Who can forget those boisterous singing and dancing motorists on L.A.’s jammed 110 freeway at the opening of the 2016 box office smash "La La Land"? This dynamic arrangement captures the excitement of
Adapted from the Pentatonix cover of this song by Clean Bandit, this is an awesome vocal showcase for pop and show groups, complete with hand claps and lyrics that are appropriate for any school choir.
Two of Rodgers and Hammerstein's most beloved songs are powerfully set together in a combo of great emotion and strength. Whether performing with the exquisite piano accompaniment, full orchestral parts, or
The cast of "La La Land" gets all dolled up and heads to a lavish Hollywood Hills party during this big production number from the hugely successful motion picture. The lively tempo, jazzy feel, and cheeky
Girls of all ages will love discovering their inner princess with this delightful nine-minute medley of songs from the top Disney classics! A true audience pleaser, it includes these hits: Colors of the
This signature song by John Legend, from the 2016 cinematic tribute to Los Angeles "La La Land," captures the funny and charming mood of the film through a jazz/pop fusion that is totally irresistible! A
Let the rhythm take you! This song, recorded by American indie pop band Fitz and the Tantrums, was the lead single from their 2016 self-titled album. With rhythmic shouting and clapping, this catchy piece
The Bellas have lost their sound, and to find it again they sing this medley of songs by some of the greatest, most iconic women's harmony groups from the past, from The Andrews Sisters to En Vogue. Songs
Here is one of the most famous tunes from the big band era in a contemporary vocal jazz/show choir setting. This is an extraordinary feature, especially when you use the hot horns-and-rhythm backup on the
Let your students experience this terrific "music" song as recorded by The Doobie Brothers back in 1972. "Don't you feel it growin' day by day, people gettin' ready for the news..."
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