Sing Out! 5 Pop Songs For Today's Choirs - Book 1 (Book/Audio Download)

Books and Digital Audio | SAT, Piano Accompaniment

Publisher: Novello
Series: Sing Out!
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
Five great songs are given the gospel treatment, and the result is a guaranteed showstopper - fun, funky, slick and stylish.

The arrangements are by vocal coach and choral director Mark De-Lisser, and were performed by his choir, ACM Gospel Choir, on BBC's Last Choir Standing - they are all uplifting, modern and a joy to sing.

Arranged for SAT choir with downloadable backing tracks using the accompanying card, they can also be performed with a Piano or band using the Piano accompaniments and chord symbols. This book has everything included to make it as easy and straightforward as possible to learn, with helpful hints for each song and downloads of full demonstrations, performance backing tracks and individual rehearsal tracks for each vocal part.

"Mark has unique experience of bringing this uplifting genre of choral music to young singers who have never experienced it, so the arrangements are skillfully designed to enable, involve and captivate. There is a brilliance and energy in this collection that makes it a unique contribution to the repertoire. For directors of all choirs - start-up to veteran - this is a MUST." - Suzi Digby, Voices Foundation.

If this all sounds intriguing, be sure to check out Mark De-Lisser himself in our video below, explaining what makes singing from the Sing Out! Series so great:

ISBN: 9781785580321
Skill Level: Easy Explain this
Published on: 23 June 2015
No of pages: 40
Language: English
Catalogue No: NOV940973R

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