Re: Looking for an arrangement
- --- In email@example.com, "H.L. McIntosh" <tothemacs@a...> wrote:
> It seems that my quartet has been assigned to learn "You Tell MeYour Dream"
> for our annual show on June 7th. The only place that I find thearrangement
> is in the Heritage of Harmony Songbook. Does anybody has a sourcefor this
> arrangement? We can't see the value in purchasing the songbook for$20.00
> when this is only a vinette during another song.For those of us who enjoy synaptic barrel-rolls, Bob Bohn did a
> Any help would be greatly appreciated... Please respond privately.
> H.L. "Mac" McIntosh
> Clovis, California
> Lead/Webmaster - B.O.B. (a B.O.B.ershop Quartet)
> Lead Section Leader/Webmaster - The Gold Note Chorus
> Tenor/Webmaster - The Jubilation Singers
> Owner/Webmaster - McGraphics Plus
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
marvelous arrangement of this song, one which features each voice
Please send me your address via email to tarheelbarbershop at
mindspring dot com, and I'll tell you where you can acquire a copy of
it!;) You can also have my copy of the HH arrangement. I finally got
the bari learnt after 31 years, and no longer sleep with the book
under my pillow.
- 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