Sweet Adelines International Arranged Music

These titles have been released to Sweet Adelines International for inclusion in the International Arranged Music catalogue, and are available for purchase on a per copy basis. Call Toll Free: 1-800-992-7464 or to order online go to SA website Look under Resources tab, Find and Purchase Music, Arranged Music list. Members log in for member pricing. Members $3.20 US Non-members $4.25 US Please purchase the number of copies required for your ensemble.

Arrangements are written for SSAA voices in barbershop – or barber-pop! – style, unless otherwise noted.

Unfortunately, some of the arrangements listed below are available to SA members only – that is outside my control, folks. Please check the SA website for more information.

  • Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – for chorus with quartet layer Listen now
  • A Lot of Livin’ To Do – from Bye Bye Birdie – fun show tune Listen now
  • Amazing-Firework-I Gotta Feeling – pop song mashup, so fun! challenging, multiple layers of voices Listen now
  • As If We Never Said Goodbye – from Sunset Boulevard – tempo ballad, challenging
  • A Whole New World – from “Aladdin” – Disney music wonderfulness
  • Canadian Medley – medley of Canadian folk favourites
  • Car Wash – from Shark Tales – 70s dance hit, rhythmic fun, very challenging
  • Defying Gravity – from Wicked – very challenging, very beautiful Listen now
  • Easy Street – 40s swing with lead voice feature Listen now
  • Ghost (Indigo Girls) – folk-ish style, challenging lead feature
  • Glitter In The Air – P!nk meets Barbershop!
  • Go The Distance – from Hercules – inspirational tempo ballad, Disney Listen now
  • Heat Wave (Love is Like a Heat Wave) – chorus + solo(s); rhythmic fun Listen now
  • Here and Now (Matt Monro) – snappy, jazzy opener; great lyrics Listen now
  • Holding Out For a Hero – from Footloose, Shrek II – rhythmic, challenging Listen now
  • I Believe (Frank Sinatra) – 40s swing by Jule Styne & Sammy Cahn
  • I Couldn’t Sleep a Wink Last Night – contest ballad; as performed by Choral-Aires
  • I’ll Be Easy To Find – contest ballad; as performed by Rich-Tones Listen now
  • If I Were a Bell – from Guys and Dolls, VERY FUN and very challenging! Listen now
  • It’s a Million To One You’re In Love – contest uptune Listen now
  • La Vie en Rose – sweet little late 40s tune Listen now
  • Life is a Highway – 90s rock hit by Tom Cochrane, covered by Rascal Flatts in Cars Listen now
  • Love Potion No. 9 – 60s pop song, fun to sing!
  • Macavity: the Mystery Cat – from Cats – for chorus + solo(s); very challenging
  • Mama’s Teaching Angels How To Sing – country gospel ballad, easy
  • Moves Like Jagger – 2011 pop hit, challenging; for chorus with layers – and whistler! Listen now
  • My Romance – from Jumbo – contest ballad Listen now
  • My Way (Frank Sinatra) – with some slightly more ‘upward trend’ lyrics!
  • Return to Pooh Corner (Kenny Loggins) – pop tempo ballad Listen now
  • Sara Lee (Liza Minnelli) – funny song about, yes! Sara Lee desserts!
  • Send in the Clowns – from A Little Night Music – lovely haunting ballad Listen now
  • Since You’ve Been Gone – doo wop fun from “Weird Al” Jankovic Listen now
  • Sing Sing (Serena Ryder) – happy message, fun rhythmic song! Listen now
  • Somewhere Out There – from An American Tail – beautiful show ballad, for chorus
  • Space Themes Mash-up – fun mash-up for chorus; includes Rocket Man, Space Oddity, and Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft
  • Tangerine – 40s Latin vibe, easy Listen now
  • The Longest Time – 80s pop hit by Billy Joel Listen now
  • The Rainbow Connection – haunting and lovely, from The Muppet Movie Listen now
  • The Swingin’ Shepherd Blues – 50s pop hit, short bass feature Listen now
  • The Time Warp – from Rocky Horror Picture ShowListen now
  • Top of the World (The Carpenters) – 70s pop hit, happy lyrics
  • Under the Sea – from The Little Mermaid – rhythmic and lyric fun from Disney
  • Welcome – from Disney’s “Brother Bear” – Phil Collins’ inspirational tempo ballad
  • What a Wonderful World – inspirational ballad from “Good Morning Vietnam”
  • What Are You Doing New Years’ Eve? – 40s swing, re-popularised by Karen Carpenter; 40s style harmonies with bass voice feature in bridge Listen now
  • With A Little Help From My Friends – Lennon-McCartney, from the Beatles’ Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band album
  • YMCA (The Village People) – 70s hit, rhythmic fun in complex vocal layers
  • Yesterday Once More (The Carpenters) – sweet, swingy 70s pop song
  • You Can’t Hurry Love (The Supremes) – fun rhythmic Motown hit

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