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
A minimum quantity of 5 is required on this title.
This gorgeous vocal jazz arrangement combines Autumn Leaves with When October Goes in an artful setting that is unified both textually and musically. The sumptuous choral harmonies and
Developing mixed and treble choirs will enjoy performing this jazz inflected doo-wop song written in the 1930s, but made popular in 1961 by the Marcels. With careful attention to range and voice-leading,
This show tune has appealed to jazz musicians ever since it was first heard in "Finian's Rainbow," and it still swings! "I look at you and suddenly, something in your eyes I see, soon begins bewitching me.
Your singers will love developing style and technique while performing this jazz arrangement of the famous Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer song. Includes a fun, notated scat section and authentic piano
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
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
Irving Berlin's much-recorded song from 1926 takes a sultry and sophisticated turn with this dynamic jazzy arrangement that includes optional rhythm, flugelhorn and flute. "Blue days, all of them gone.
A charming swing-infused standard, first published in 1924, that has been recorded by a wide variety of hit-makers including Ray Charles, Tony Bennett, Michael Buble and Carrie Underwood. Perfect for school
Here is the perfect way to introduce your young singers to the Brazilian jazz samba, or bossa nova. Just enough repetition, some simple scat singing, and English subtext are a recipe for success. There's
Introduce your young singers to the blues with this Robert Johnson classic from 1937, memorably covered by The Blues Brothers. With a shuffle-style rhythmic feel, vocal fall-offs and accessible jazz
One of the top standards of all time! This rich setting with dreamy rubato phrasing, warm harmonies, and the full range of emotional expressivity will be a wonderful showcase for concert, community, and pop
A wonderful choice to expose younger choirs to elements of vocal jazz style in this swingin' tune by Louis Prima. With a careful approach to voice leading, range, jazz rhythms and even notated simple scat
The beautiful simplicity of the timeless melody is further enhanced by lush chord changes and tasteful phrasing in this a cappella arrangement. This classic standard from the Kern and Hammerstein musical
"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
A perfect introduction to vocal jazz, this Irving Berlin classic gets an updated treatment that's great for developing style with your treble choirs. It really swings!
Van Morrison's classic jazz-infused song, which barely charted when it was released, has lived a new life and is now the most frequently played song when the "Belfast Cowboy" performs. The jazzy choral
From Benny Goodman to Bette Midler and so many other artists, this classic song is forever popular. Beginning with a heartfelt solo, the arrangement goes into a relaxed gospel style, setting the melody and
A Duke Ellington Latin jazz classic in this Afro-Cuban setting, this song is an energetic selection that will make your choir and audience want to move their feet! Fun and rewarding for your group to
Get your boogie down with this 1980s classic by Al Jarreau - it has a funky feel that still grooves! Great solo opportunities and vocal riffs make it a super feature for pop, jazz and show choirs!
Here is a song written in the big-band era, first recorded by jazz vocalist Ella Fitzgerald in 1939 and ideal for introducing beginning and developing groups to swing style. In the Discovery Series, it's
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW
Sign up for emails to stay informed about the best new music, events, and everything you need for the upcoming season.