Swedish pop group a-ha had a worldwide hit in 1985 with this synth-pop song. A cappella sensation Pentatonix created a stellar a cappella version where all those cool pop effects are moved to the voices.
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Faith Hill's heartwarming ballad from the 2000 adaptation of "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" was arranged and recorded by a cappella sensation Pentatonix on their album Christmas Is Here. This arrangement
Originally featured in the 1993 animated movie "The Nightmare Before Christmas," the a cappella group Pentatonix completely re-envisioned this crazy, spooky Christmas song, bringing it new life and
12 piano/vocal/guitar arrangements of songs from Pentatonix's third holiday album, including the new single Making Christmas plus: Greensleeves (Interlude); Grown-Up Christmas List; Here Comes
This sixth studio release from a cappella masters Pentatonix is their first to include bass vocalist Matt Sallee. This songbook features piano/vocal/guitar arrangements for all of the pop/R&B classic
Pentatonix's original holiday hit became an instant classic full of warmth and nostalgia. This accessible arrangement for young developing choirs utilizes these same accompanying harmonies made famous in
From the Barbershop Harmony Society, an exciting four-part a cappella arrangement of Pentatonix's hit Sing. "It doesn't matter if your days are long, it doesn't matter if your night's gone wrong,
"Ho, ho, ho! Who wouldn't go?" Pentatonix has been synonymous with the holidays since they exploded onto the scene. Their fresh take on this tune will have your audience bouncing in their seats. This
Billy Porter and Pentatonix combined to create a completely different setting of this opening show tune from Rodgers & Hammerstein's "Oklahoma!" Upbeat and optimistic, it opens with a slow solo but then
Written and performed by a cappella supergroup Pentatonix, this gentle ballad presents an inspirational text in a setting with close harmonies and exquisite phrasing. This arrangement is unique, as the
From their album A Pentatonix Christmas, the vocal quintet brings us a contemporary take on this seasonal favorite. Modern harmonies and punchy rhythms surround the solo melody line with a fresh and funky
Exciting and fresh, this a cappella setting of the timeless carol is adapted from the hit Pentatonix version and will provide a challenge your choir is sure to enjoy. The arrangement includes an optional
This 2016 holiday release by a cappella pop sensation Pentatonix reached #1 on the Billboard 200 album charts and includes two new original songs, Good to Be Bad and The Christmas
In 2016 Dolly Parton and Pentatonix released an a cappella version of Dolly's famous 1973 hit, generating renewed interest in this classic country song. Mixed or treble choirs will enjoy performing this
From the 2016 album A Pentatonix Christmas, the popular vocal group puts their unique stamp on the 1998 holiday song from NSYNC. Mixed and women's groups will enjoy re-creating the rhythmic groove of this
The Christmas albums from vocal supergroup Pentatonix are among their most popular offerings. This eight-minute accompanied medley combines four of their powerhouse holiday hits for a wonderful seasonal
"From now on, if you need me, you can sing this song. There's a light in the hallway burning all night long." This tender, original contemporary a cappella ballad from supergroup Pentatonix is available for
"We could be kings of the world on top of the nation, it's a celebration of the moments to come... it's time to celebrate like New Year's Day." Here is a hit song from Pentatonix's 2015 self-titled release,
This collection provides piano, vocal and guitar arrangements corresponding to the unique a cappella vocal treatments that Pentatonix presented on their holiday CD. Songs: Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy;
Choirs will love re-creating the warm harmonies and soulful vocals of Pentatonix's Take Me Home, with its hymn-like cadences and steady finger snaps. A wonderful and accessible a cappella choice
The lyric delivery in this Pentatonix a cappella original from 2013 allows the harmonies to swell naturally through the vocal blend for a satisfying moment in concert, making the song an ideal selection for
Mega-group Pentatonix continues to push the limits of vocal music with this lead-off song from their fourth studio album. Up-tempo rhythms sizzle, driven by hand claps and beatboxing with irresistible
This setting is arranged after the amazing Pentatonix version from the 2014 album That's Christmas to Me and may be sung a cappella or accompanied. Ideal for pop/jazz or concert choirs, the beautiful
"Roll the windows down, hands in the air! Sing it out as hard as you can!" Pentatonix has done more to encourage singing than just about any group in decades! Singers and choirs of all levels will love this
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