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Hammerstein and Kern's popular hit is presented with a light and jazzy Latin feel, complete with optional instrumental parts or rhythmic accompaniment track. Smooth vocal lines sit above the exciting
In the Jazz Explorations series for developing jazz choirs, this whimsical song from Simon & Garfunkel is a perfect introduction to style, technique and blend.
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
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,
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.
This combination of Birth of the Blues and Blues in the Night is filled with all the jazzy nuances you expect in such golden oldies. Use the recorded accompaniment track or a live combo to
Here is a swinging arrangement of the great American standard in a style reminiscent of the Count Basie big bands of the 1950s. Opening in a spare style with unison vocals over a bass line, the texture
"I'm building all my dreams around you, my happiness will never cease. But nothing's any good without you; 'cause, baby, you're my centerpiece." This vocal jazz classic from the iconic group Lambert,
Get hip, little dogies! This country blues tune made popular by Ella Fitzgerald in the 1940s makes a great swingin' western-style novelty, perfect for themed concerts. This well-done vocal jazz arrangement
This popular torch song was originally composed for Ella Fitzgerald, but ended up being dropped from the film "Pete Kelly's Blues." She would eventually record it six years later, but in the meantime, a
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
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