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🌟 NEW RELEASES

selected highlights from recent additions to the catalog

added August 13, 2022

TTBB:

When you think “Earth, Wind, and Fire” it's highly likely this is the first song that comes to mind. True to the original, this driving disco uplift is just built for TTBB chorus, and shines here in a singable, fun-to-sing setting.


added August 13, 2022

TTBB:

Presented as an epic concert finale or encore, the originally tender verse introduction from the Donna Summer classic is blown up to Hollywood-drama scale. One of the most memorable and enduring disco hits from the 1970's, this TTBB rendition of Last Dance will get your chorus dancing, and your audiences on their feet!


added August 10, 2022

TTBB:

At times, musically atmospheric and then ruggedly driving, and offering a lyric both timely and timeless, Nick Goldston's (Stand Up And) Come Together is one for the ages. This stirring, sweeping rock anthem fits into practically any programming concept, and is a guaranteed stand-out in your TTBB concert. A real powerhouse.


added August 8, 2022

TTBB:

Those fabulous Weather Girls – of It's Raining Men fame – deliver a delicious holiday treat; a plea for a special holiday gift from Santa! Paired here with a similar sentiment from ABBA, this disco-pop combination is a sure-fire showstopper for your TTBB chorus!


added August 8 2022

TTBB:

From Australian singer-songwriter Sia's album Everyday Is Christmas bounces this infectiously cheery confection, arranged here for TTBB chorus. This is one of those holiday numbers that's readily singable, great fun to perform, and unforgettable for your audiences. Take a trip down Candy Cane Lane!


added August 8, 2022

TTBB:

Styled as an exciting opening for your holiday performances, this perennial Johnny Mathis favorite levels up with a sweeping start, and incorporates opportunities for staging and production possibilities. Guaranteed to bring smiles to choristers and audiences alike.


added August 2, 2022

TTBB:

The beloved old Burl Ives tune from the 1964 stop-animation Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer gains more than a fresh coat of paint this very contemporary update: it becomes a primer on modern relationships — specifically polyamory! Loaded with production possibilities, this fun adaptation by Shawn Cullen will set your audience on their ear!


added July 28, 2022

TTBB:

Decades ago, youngsters were happy with simple toys and gifts at holiday time. But these days, if it doesn't light up, access WiFi, buzz, or twinkle, they don't want it! This humorous TTBB theatre-pop number is sung from the viewpoint of the kid who knows exactly what Santa needs to deliver! A fun "character" piece your chorus will cackle over!


added July 25, 2022

TTBB:

Suggested by the irrepressible Shawn Cullen, this mashup of traditional holiday elements and the hyper-energizing Brand New Day from the Broadway musical “The Wiz” is bound to set off rockets for your audience and your choristers. Functioning as an opening number, a second-act fanfare, a closer, or an encore, this is a piece you'll want to keep at the forefront of your holiday programming.


added July 21, 2022

TTBB:

If your TTBB holiday concert needs to be anchored around a loftly, classic, big-choral anthem, this setting of Personent Hodie is what you're looking for. Featuring a trio set over accessible choral parts, the sound is big, stately, and austere –– but communicates a lot of heart. Your audiences and choristers will love this!


added July 20, 2022

TTBB:

Riffing off the original 1932 Teddy Bears' Picnic, this charming number has been updated to Teddy Bears' Holidays! It's likely your TTBB chorus sports an ample contingent of bearish gentlemen, and you're going to need them; because this extended version features small clusters of them, giving out LA, Texas, NYC, Hawaii, and Minnesota realness. Fairly bursting with production and staging possibilities, this number is guaranteed to wow your audiences and bring the house down!


added July 19, 2022

TTBB:

This charming, seldom-performed number began its life as a solo piano piece in 1897. German composer Leon Jessel orchestrated it in 1905, and it quickly became popular. Ballard MacDonald wrote lyrics for it in 1922, and ten years later it became a Betty Boop cartoon. In this setting for TTBB chorus, it regains all its original, storybook winsomeness — and provides a ton of production possibilities for stagecraft!


added July 19, 2022

SATB & TTBB:

The adage nothing exceeds like excess is inarguably true, and bears out all through the holiday season. This concert showpiece displays your chorus' power and finesse, but lays a massive dose of holiday-themed lyrics atop the weightiest of operatic and orchestral themes. From Thus Sprach Zarathustra to the Anvil Chorus to Ride Of The Valkyries — and more! — this mashup of holiday humor and musical cannon fire is a pull-out-all-the-stops treat for everyone within earshot!


added July 17, 2022

SATTB a cappella:

From the 1951 stop animation film Hardrock, Coco, and Joe — The Three Little Dwarves, this holiday charmer was shown to Chicago-area and Johnstown, Pennsylvania viewers throughout the 50's and 60's as a yearly tradition. It was always accompanied by similar videos, Suzy Snowflake and the first-ever iteration of Frosty The Snowman. Faithfully recreated here from the original recording, this SATBB a cappella bit of nostalgia will enchant both audience members and choristers.


added July 15, 2022

TTBB:

If by chance you grew up in the mid-1950's in the greater Chicago area or in Johnston, Pennsylvania, part of your TV-viewing holiday traditions was the black-and-white stop-animation music video Suzy Snowflake. It was mid-century magic back then. Rosemary Clooney recorded the song, and it gained national popularity. Revived again here for TTBB chorus, it gains a major splash of Hollywood fanfare and glamour, but retains all the vintage charm of the original. A real "oh, I remember this" moment for your Boomer audience members — and choristers!


added July 14, 2022

TTBB:

Intended as a "roll the final credits" cinematic-holiday moment, this Hollywood-inspired pop ballad invites listeners to embrace the best elements of the season: friends, family, and festivity. Lush and packed with emotion, this is a heartfelt number that shows off your TTBB chorus to best advantage!


added July 14, 2022

TTBB:

Sparkling and buoyant, this holiday concert opener emulates the feel of festive Hollywood fanfares and seasonal treats. Primarily 2-part, occasionally dividing to 4, this piece is singable, accessible, and a rousing anthem for TTBB chorus.


added July 13, 2022

TTBB:

Inside this dancy pop anthem shines the message about the most important gift we give during the holiday season. Hooky and rememberable, this is a fun-to-sing feature for your seasonal programming.


added July 12, 2022

TTBB:

“Somewhere deep in the low bass section
Lurks a danger worse than the French Connection...”

A ribald send-up of the internal social foibles of most music organizations, this extended inside joke is for anyone who's ever sung in a chorus, anyone who's ever heard a chorus, and anyone who has friends in a chorus. Riffing on movie and TV spy tropes, this is a fun-and-funny production number – including a peek into choristers' thoughts (and issues) during an onstage mock rehearsal!


added July 11, 2022

TTBB:

After an unassuming intro of Up On The Housetop, this 1954 Kay Starr chestnut suddenly blasts off like a holiday rocket in a hot jazz-rock fusion. Fun and energetic, this one's a seasonal hit for your TTBB chorus.


added July 10, 2022

TTBB:

This carol first appeared as In Dulci Jubilo in the year 1328. Later translated into Good Christian Men, Rejoice. Now it gets a radical update: interpolated into 7/8, driven by a surging pop accompaniment, and a contemporary modification of the lyric. As Good People All, Rejoice, this anthem makes for a solid holiday concert opener, section closer, or all-around jubilant moment for your programming.


added July 9, 2022

TTBB:

"See thou yon fair, delicious man who passeth there upon the street;
His eyes are bread, his voice is wine, and it is said his love is meat.
….
I fain would have him now, anon, anon,
…Anonymously."


Oh dear. Under the guise of Shakespearean-era formality lies a trio of humorously lewd a cappella gambits. This suite has provided giggles to audiences since it was written in 1993, having been performed by many choruses and ensembles. Spoiler Alert: It's also a means for displaying excellent choral singing and vocal technique.


added July 7, 2022

TTBB:

Like Mariah Carey, Mrs. Santa doesn't want a lot for Christmas. There's only one thing she needs. Or two. Or three. Or... This comedy number is a feature for a drag Mrs. Santa that's a Broadway-style standout for TTBB chorus!


added July 6, 2022

TTBB:

Replete with 80's New Wave bad attitude and a sleigh full of holiday humor, this rocking tongue-in-cheek anti-Christmas number features a David Byrne-style solo, staggered handclaps, and a lot of fun for both choristers and audiences!


added July 13, 2022

TTBB:

The joys of the holiday season bump up against righteous entitlement in this original 3-song work that's sure to elicit plenty of laughs from your audiences. Easily singable and affording lots of production opportunities, Karen absolutely demands to make an appearance in your holiday performances!


added May 11, 2022

TTBB:

Scored for three-part voices, this inspirational opening number serves as joyous fanfare and mood-setting invitation. Accessible and fun to sing, Welcome Out! lives up to its title.


added November 5, 2021

TTBB:

Evoking holiday seasons of the distant past and warm present, this elegant processional number has a distinctly medieval feel. Featuring double trios, the structure provides the means for choristers to take to the risers as the music progresses. The abrupt end creates an easy segue into opening anthem, fanfare, or overture.