Simple and elegant, this a cappella choral setting of Tony and Maria's famous duet from "West Side Story" captures the beauty and depth of the original, but with a gentle jazz feeling that will bring warmth
A modern a cappella setting of the 1961 classic song from Rodgers & Hart. With some divisi throughout, this piece gives an incredible opportunity to teach musicality, balance and blend for your mixed
For over seven decades, this song, written during World War II, has held an emotional connection with music lovers for its nostalgic longing for happier times. This a cappella setting offers opportunities
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Smooth and delicious are the words to describe this a cappella jazz setting of the Cole Porter standard. A delicate opening "oo" section gives way to a unison statement of the melody before melting into
"It doesn't matter much how old I grow, I hate to see October go." A cappella choirs will enjoy the lush jazz harmonies in this tasteful arrangement of Barry Manilow's 1985 hit. Impeccable voice leading and
Deke Sharon and J.D. Frizzell have provided a wide array of warm-ups specifically designed for pop and jazz choirs that will also work well for contemporary a cappella groups. There are over 39 creative
A Cole Porter standard that has been recorded by a multitude of performers including Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra, and Ella Fitzgerald. Vocal jazz lovers will enjoy this rich a cappella arrangement perfect
This is a classic a cappella Kirby Shaw setting of a Gershwin ballad. Love Is Here to Stay appeared, perhaps most memorably, in the 1951 MGM picture "An American in Paris," for which it served as
Well-crafted choral writing with an unending rhythmic drive propels this spectacular arrangement from beginning to end. Recording provided by GLAD.
"For all we know, we may never meet again. Before you go, make this moment sweet again..." This tender vocal jazz ballad is expertly arranged for unaccompanied voices to show your group at its best. A
Many great jazz singers and instrumentalists have performed and recorded this old standard, including Frank Sinatra. It lends itself beautifully to a cappella choral singing in this textured arrangement.
Originally written as an up-tempo number for the musical Oh, Kay!, Ira convinced George that it was better as a ballad. The lush, challenging harmonies in this arrangement prove that Ira was right!
This setting of the 1965 classic by The Beatles showcases the purity of a cappella voices. The opening and closing are largely homophonic, with a quasi-Baroque middle section adding interest. Harmonic
This collection of a cappella jazz standards delivers plenty of musical flair at a value! Perform these pop and jazz classics with your concert choir, or use as a curriculum with your vocal jazz group. And
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