This classic tune from Rodgers and Hart's "Babes in Arms" has become a standard in the Great American Songbook. Covered by numerous jazz, pop, traditional, and Broadway singers, this love song with the
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This arrangement is hot, hot, hot! The classic Latin jazz song by the great Tito Puente was rocked out in Carlos Santana's ultra-popular 1970 recording. There is a very cool stacking section of choral
The theme song from the 1967 James Bond spoof "Casino Royale" has been covered countless times and continues to speak to contemporary singers and audiences. Wonderful, accessible jazz stylings have been
The classic pop song first recorded in the 1950s by Tony Bennett and later made popular by Bobby Vinton has been given a fresh, jazzy setting for choral groups. This arrangement is lush, with modern
A unique and lighthearted original that sings the praises of tasty Southern barbecue! In a Zydeco style, which is a combination of blues, R & B, and Louisiana Creole tradition, these crazy, fun lyrics
Unlike the original ballad heard in the operetta, this is an easy swing choral rendition placed in a key that is comfortable for developing voices, with careful attention to range and accessibility. The
This Rodgers & Hart standard from "Babes in Arms" has been recorded by many wonderful artists. Vocal jazz ensembles will amaze their audiences with this stunning bossa nova setting, and your singers
Michael Buble says, "Keep on swingin'" in this 1940s throwback with a new-century kick! Arranged by Steve Zegree along with his daughter Sarah, your pop, jazz and show choirs will love this number that
Develop intonation, blend, rhythm, and solo techniques with this vocal jazz setting of a song originally made famous by Petula Clark in 1965. Solo opportunities, including a written-out scat solo, and parts
This gorgeous vocal jazz arrangement combines Autumn Leaves with When October Goes in an artful setting that is unified both textually and musically. The sumptuous choral harmonies and
You'll love this fresh contemporary treatment of the Stevie Wonder hit song from 1983. Well-crafted vocal parts and a straight-ahead rhythmic groove with just a hint of vocal jazz make this chart accessible
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