John Parker's sea shanty text, combined with Vicki Tucker Courtney's rhythmic and exciting TB accompanied arrangement will, without a doubt, be a favorite with your choir. They are sure to sound fantastic
This beloved melody has been popular for over a century, and the words convey a timeless message of love. An excellent selection for middle school tenor-bass choirs, this expressive setting may be performed
From the 1960 musical "Oliver!" comes this playful, welcoming arrangement by Tom Gentry that captures the spirit and character of the original song. The soaring barbershop harmonies and special treatments
This exciting sea chantey romanticizes sea adventure as the sailors heave on the sails with a brisk wind at their backs. The legato, cantabile interlude adds drama as the sailors sing about being homesick,
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This clever arrangement is adapted from the well-known sea chantey, Blow Ye Winds in the Morning, and you can even hear the howling wind in the piano part. This will let your tenors and basses open
This is a truly unique and very effective selection for two-part male or treble voices! Ideally suited as a festival opener, processional or concert piece, this modal, chant-like work with optional hand