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,
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This classic song featured in Disney’s 2016 remake of "Pete’s Dragon" introduced a new generation to this wonderful story and song. The setting features uplifting lyrics and legato vocal lines
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This classic Gloria Estefan 1998 hit is full of upbeat, rhythmic syncopation in a dance-like setting that is joy-filled and fun to sing. Perfect for choreography, this piece is a fun pop feature for your
This arrangement of Billy Joel's 1980 hit, now considered a rock and roll classic, stays true to the original. Add the instrumental parts or P/A CD for a powerhouse performance for your men's or mixed
"Please let me make something beautiful, a thing that reminds us there's good in the world." This arrangement is timely and well crafted so that choirs can spread this profound message with their song.
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This lighthearted song from the Beatles' Abbey Road album will be a blast to perform with your younger singers when sung with gusto. Perfect for your developing mixed and treble choirs, the melodic material
This emotionally charged song by Judy Collins from 1994 was written for the children of the Bosnian War of the 1990s, but has continuing meaning for today's children of conflict. "I dream of peace, I dream
Shawn Mendes' pop hit of 2016 encourages caring and respect within a relationship, with a guitar-driven groove and strong, impactful lyrics.
"Don't know where, don't know when, but I know we'll meet again some sunny day." This song, one of the most famous of the World War II era, was reprised on the last broadcast of The Colbert Report by
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