Sing Out! 5 Pop Songs For Today's Choirs - Book 3 (Book/Audio Download)

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Catalogue No: NOV164494R
Series: Sing Out!
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work

Book 3 of the Sing Out! series contains dazzling new Choral versions of five chart-topping pop songs. The arrangements are by Vocal coach and Choral director Mark De-Lisser and are recorded by ACM Gospel Choir.

These crowd-pleasing songs have been selected for their positive lyrics and overall heart-warming feel, making them a joy to sing and listen to.

Arranged for SAT Choir with the occasional solo part, this pack includes a unique download card which features performance backing tracks, full demonstrations and individual rehearsal tracks of each Vocal line recorded by members of ACM Gospel Choir.

The scores feature Piano parts and chord symbols for band accompaniment. Helpful hints for performing each piece are also included in this book, giving you everything you need to learn these well-loved songs.

If this sounds as fabulous as we think it does, check out Mark De-Lisser convincingly explain how fantastic the Sing Out! series could be for you and your choir:


ISBN: 9781785580338
Published on: 27 March 2015
Language: English
Publisher: Novello & Co Ltd.
 
     
       

        Sing Out! 5 Pop Songs For Today's Choirs - Book 3 (Book/Download Card) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        6.5
        Value for money
        6.0
        Overall rating
        6.0
        Scores 6.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
        4 out of 10

        Luke

        Milton Keynes GB
        +
        Choir MD's can take use ideas in the music to teach orally - choruses useful as warm up
        Ideas.
        Tenor parts are useless for male singers who are normally basses. You end up teaching the tenor line to sops and switching sop and alto parts around for altos and basses. A mess and very impractical to teach aurally as choruses change and singers find differences confusing.
        Confirmed purchase: 01 July 2016
        Published on: 24 July 2016