Re: Looking for an arrangement
- I agree with Dick Johnson: the "Heritage of Harmony" songbook is one
of the best investments a Barbershopper can make, & it will provide a
quartet or chorus with a ready-to-go repertoire of 75 square
HOWEVER . . .
It's possible to get permission from SPEBSQSA to make copies of
individual selections from any of the music books the Society has
published. There's a fee involved, & some paperwork to sign, but it
can be done, & it's an affordable alternative to purchasing multiple
copies of a book. When I was my chapter's Music VP, I went through
Tom Barr at the Old Songs Library at Harmony Hall, & I suspect he's
still the person to contact.
zinger99@... (backup: schlesmail@...)
member Shoreliner Chorus (http://www.nsn.org/evkhome/bflat)
member New Tradition Chorus (http://www.newtradition.org)
founder Barbershop Harmony Chicagoland (http://www.bbs.singer.as)
- Jay G. did one as part of the set he arranged
for the Sound of the Rockies chorus.
Please inquire directly to us at:
gsbmedalmusic dot comcast dot net
with all contact particulars.
- Helen Giallombardo
on behalf of the portfolio of Jay Giallombardo
original songs and arrangements
At 07:58 PM 1/13/2013, Mike Myers wrote:
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>Does anyone out there know of a barbershop arrangement of "This is the
>Army, Mr. Jones"?
>Lead, Locked and Loaded quartet