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"You'll remember me when the west wind moves upon the fields of barley..." You won't find a better a cappella showcase for your pop or jazz choir than this! Absolutely stunning, with a light pop ballad
Here is one of the most famous tunes from the big band era in a contemporary vocal jazz/show choir setting. This is an extraordinary feature, especially when you use the hot horns-and-rhythm backup on the
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.
Simple and elegant, this a cappella choral setting of Tony and Maria's famous duet from "West Side Story" captures the beauty and depth of the original, but with a gentle jazz feeling that will bring warmth
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.
From the opening strains, everyone will recognize Vince Guaraldi's jazzy theme as featured in the popular animated Peanuts television specials. This well-crafted accompanied arrangement includes "scat"
This challenging a cappella arrangement captures all the energy and pizzazz of Duke Ellington's original. It opens with the seldom-heard verse, in rubato tempo; then the bright swing tempo kicks in and it's
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