Our Second Batch of Arrangements is Released

March 16, 2018 - By 

Image is Bristol’s Gasworks Choir – photo by James Barke

We have been busy over the last couple of weeks getting all the elements rights for our second batch of arrangements.  Clearances have been obtained, scores proof-read and approved, learning tracks recorded and mixed, descriptions and tags all agreed and created.

The arrangements have actually been going up onto the site gradually as each have been ready for publishing, but they’re all here now and ready to shout about!

First of all, I want to draw your attention to two ‘re-arrangements’ of titles which had already been published for SATB voices, but are now available for SSA and SSAA respectively.  Craig and Gitika have done a great job of finding something new and different in both of these popular songs.  We have had a lot of requests for more arrangements for upper voice choirs, so I hope this is the sign of many more to come.   You can go straight to these titles by clicking on the links below:

Electricity (from the stage play of Billy Elliot) – Elton John

Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers

We have also have had some success getting publishing clearance for quite a few more popular arrangements which we know will go down well with any choir:

Viva La Vida – Coldplay

Manic Monday – Prince / The Bangles

I Walk The Line – Johnny Cash

Love Will Tear Us Apart – Joy Division

Red Red Wine – Neil Diamond / UB40

I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For – U2

Scarborough Fair – Simon & Garfunkel

Finally, Craig has also added three more traditional African single-verse songs to those already available.  These can be learned with some freedom and improvisation which makes the whole process even more enjoyable!

Maliswe

Mambo Sawa Sawa

Bambalela

We hope you enjoy these new titles.   All these links take you to the sheet music page for the arrangements, but you can switch to the learning tracks and listen to a preview using the button in the bottom right corner of each arrangement page.

Please let us know what you think – we’re always delighted to hear any feedback and will always respond to any questions or requests!

 

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