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Ain't Misbehavin Ain't Misbehavin
arr. Larry Shackley - Alfred Music Publishing

Here's a lazy, bluesy treatment of the title song from "Ain't Misbehavin'," the Broadway show that celebrates the immortal music of the great Thomas "Fats" Waller. This is one of the all-time great jazz-show... view details
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Another Op'nin', Another Show Another Op'nin', Another Show
Cole Porter/arr. Kern - Alfred Music Publishing

From the musical "Kiss Me, Kate" comes this quintessential Broadway opener, spectacularly arranged for today's choirs.  It's a classic "show-biz" two-beat song, complete with unforgettable lyrics about the... view details
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Anything Goes Anything Goes
Cole Porter/arr. Kern - Alfred Music Publishing

From Cole Porter's landmark 1934 musical "Anything Goes" comes this rousing showstopper, brilliantly arranged by Philip Kern.  It features an opening female solo, outstanding choral scoring, and a classic... view details
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As Time Goes by As Time Goes by
Herman Hupfeld/arr. Althouse - Alfred Music Publishing

No one can resist this classic song made famous in "Casablanca," one of the most famous motion pictures of all time!  This rich arrangement, equally appropriate for jazz, show and concert choirs, features... view details
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Ashokan Farewell Ashokan Farewell
Grian McGregor & Jay Ungar/Stephens - Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

Almost everyone recognizes this haunting melody that was prominently featured in Ken Burns' television film "The Civil War." Now, finally, a choral setting which skillfully paints a beautiful picture of... view details
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Corner of the Sky Corner of the Sky
arr. Teena Chinn - Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

The '70s Broadway musical "Pippin" introduced this lovely song that is as timely today as when it was first written. Its idealism is positively contagious, making it a perfect choice for choirs of all ages.... view details
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Duel of the Fates Duel of the Fates
WILLIAMS, J / CHRISTOPHER, K - Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

Keith Christopher has done a beautiful job of creating a fantastic arrangement of this dramatic fight theme from the John Williams' score for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. The vocal lines within... view details
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Ease on down the Road Ease on down the Road
arr. Jeff Funk - Alfred Publishing Co., Inc.

Your students will be really "hip" when they sing this well-known Broadway hit with its driving rock beat and funky groove. Use your own instruments or the P/A CD to enhance your presentation. It will... view details
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Evergreen Evergreen
Barbra Streisand/arr. Mark Hayes - Alfred Music Publishing

"Love, soft as an easy chair..." Barbra Streisand's signature ballad from her 1976 film "A Star Is Born" has a timeless message. This lush setting, with long, flowing melodic lines, will let you develop

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Fascinating Rhythm Fascinating Rhythm
George & Ira Gershwin/arr. Mark Hayes - Alfred Music Publishing

First introduced in the Broadway musical "Lady Be Good," this Gershwin hit has become one of the most enduring songs in the musical theater repertoire. Mark Hayes' masterful arrangement is faithful to the... view details
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Forty-Second Street Forty-Second Street
Al Dubin & Harry Warren/arr. Shackley - Alfred Music Publishing

Here's a sparkling new arrangement of the classic title song from the hit musical, "42nd Street."  Presented in true-to-form Broadway style, just the way you want to sing and hear it, this will take you "where... view details
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Green Eggs and Ham Green Eggs and Ham
arr. Andy Beck - Alfred Music Publishing

"I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am..." This swingin' novelty number is taken from the 2000 Broadway musical "Seussical," and Andy's arrangement includes a ready-made encore

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Home Home (from "The Wiz")
Charlie Smalls/arr. Beck & Spresser - Alfred Music Publishing

Kristin Chenoweth (as the character April) performed this stunning ballad on the aptly named Home episode during the first season of Glee.  It originally appeared in the 1975 breakthrough Broadway production... view details
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