Suzy Snowflake

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If by chance you grew up in the mid-1950's in the greater Chicago area or in Johnstown, 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 SSAA 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!

piano, synthesizer, electric guitar, electric bass, drum set



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Note: Copyright law requires the purchase of one (1) piano-vocal copy per singing individual, inclusive of conductor and accompanist. Enter the number of performers under Quantity when ordering.
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piano-vocal score

per singer copy


instrumental accompaniment

conductor's score & all parts


performance accompaniment track

in MP3 format


part-predominant rehearsal tracks

[T1, T2, BAR, BS] in MP3 format