Richard M. Sherman/ Robert B. Sherman: Feed The Birds (Mary Poppins) - 2-Part

Books | 2-Part Choir, Piano Accompaniment

Publisher: Hal Leonard Disney
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
This is the unforgettable song from Walt Disney's Mary Poppins, arranged by Cristi Cary Miller for 2-part Choir with Piano accompaniment.
Skill Level: Intermediate Explain this
No of pages: 8
Language: English
Catalogue No: HLD08564092

        Richard M. Sherman/ Robert B. Sherman: Feed The Birds (Mary Poppins) - 2-Part reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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        Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 4 reviews
        9 out of 10


        GB 80 year old singer
        Reviewer left no comment
        A bit flimsy compared with previous copies, hence the lower price I guess.
        Confirmed purchase: 29 January 2018
        Published on: 21 February 2018
        10 out of 10


        Northampton GB
        This is a super arrangement and my small choir loved singing it.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 12 September 2014
        Published on: 08 January 2015

        Musicroom Reviews

        a beautiful version of this lovely song. Suitable for adults or young people, a small group of duet. I've used it several times and it never ceases to thrill.
        Anonymous - (Rednal, United Kingdom)
        A beautifully simple arrangement that sounds more difficult than it really is! An excellent starting piece for those who are starting to learn to sing in harmony. Stands out from other arrangements to me mainly because of the lovely piano introduction. Highly recommended
        Anonymous - (Worcestershire, United Kingdom)
        I already had the music for the chorus of this lovely song and when I found the whole thing on your website I just had to buy it. I wasn't disappointed. It was also delivered very quickly. Thank you.
        Anonymous - (west looe, United Kingdom)
        The choir have really loved learning this song. It is just about the right level for them without being too easy.
        Anonymous - (Northampton, United Kingdom)
        This is a very interesting arrangement of the piece. It is written in two parts, and the harmony fits well, particularly on the chorus. Thesong tells a story and the two voices can deliver it better than one alone. The first part could be sung as a solo if not wanted as a duet, so the arrangement works well in that respect also.
        Anonymous - (Telford, United Kingdom)

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