Written in the 1950s, this haunting tune has been recorded by John Coltrane among other jazz artists. This a cappella vocal jazz arrangement for advanced ensembles uses a vocal walking bass, close jazz
You may not recognize the band or the title, but you'll definitely recognize this song! Seventies rock group Average White Band was full of funk and R&B soul. This a cappella arrangement of their
This iconic film theme gets a jazzy contemporary vocal treatment that will make a satisfying challenge for advanced choirs. Notated vocal percussion adds to the rich choral texture while the feel alternates
Toto's classic rock tune has been reenvisioned in a contemporary a cappella vocal jazz setting with vocal percussion, tight harmonies, scat syllables, and plenty of pizzazz. Extended ranges, exciting
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Reminiscent of the Gene Puerling/Singers Unlimited arrangement, this new realization alternates between standard swing and a soft samba feel with straight eighth notes. There is ample room for both singers
This is like one big jazz scat based around the title line. The three words are used to embrace the joy of music making and the joyful affirmation of life. Similar to Jasperse's Voice
Cool scat syllables are featured in this nicely done setting of the Nat King Cole classic. Laid back and fun to sing, this challenging arrangement is a great choice for more experienced vocal jazz
A Duke Ellington Latin jazz classic in this Afro-Cuban setting, this song is an energetic selection that will make your choir and audience want to move their feet! Fun and rewarding for your group to
The word "samba" comes from a Brazilian rhythm and dance, and the word "lele" is an expression of excitement. Vocal percussion, exciting dynamics, snappy rhythmic figures and a fun Portuguese text combine
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From The King's Singers "Beatles" album, this arrangement has been one of the most often requested by choir directors. The excellent writing of Bob Chilcott breathes new life into this 60s classic!
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