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Harry Nilsson's 1971 novelty song tells the story of what happens when you put the lime in the coconut: it helps you feel better when you have a bellyache! Set at an "island rock" tempo, it's a fun,
Here's an exciting, energizing tune that teaches singers how to write counts in music. With a supportive piano accompaniment, it makes rhythm fun for students of all ages, from elementary through high
Cuckoo is an excellent developmental teaching piece for treble choirs and provides a fun introduction to two-part singing. With a whimsical text, this delightful piece can be performed a cappella
This best-selling arrangement for two-part voices has been updated and now includes multiple voicings. This novel song has been recorded by Ella Fitzgerald and Diana Krall among others, and was performed on
Originally recorded by Patsy Montana in 1935, this was the first country song by a female artist to sell more than one million records. Subsequently covered by Suzy Bogguss, the Dixie Chicks and LeAnn
At last, a women's choir setting of this longtime best-selling work! The humorous poem by Lewis Carroll from Through the Looking Glass is brought to life with wit and marvelous choral effects in
A fun, upbeat, and positive song about happiness, laughter, and feeling good. Easy to learn, catchy, and wonderfully motivating, this song has great rhythmic energy and is a joy to perform. *Please note
An upbeat, uplifting and fun pop song featuring a pulsing, energetic groove, motivational lyrics about aspirations and accomplishments, and catchy melodies. The lyrics describe the thrill of chasing your
Vocal speech allows the singer to learn how rhythms look, sound, and feel, while developing their musicianship skills. Add dynamics, vocal expressions, and creative fun with hand and body percussion, if no
This novelty piece takes "like" to a hilarious level, making fun of how often we use the word. With options to feature a soloist or small group of sopranos before all voice parts combine into a polyphonic
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