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NEW from BHS Marketplace: Premium Digital Learning Tracks!

Digital learning tracks
You asked for them, and now they’re becoming a reality!  The Barbershop Harmony Society is thrilled to announce the launch of new premium-quality digital learning tracks, made available for immediate download. High-quality sound production Pitch-perfect tuning Immediate download -- no waiting for the CD to arrive in the mail and no shipping costs Clear indexing of tracks for quick learning ...
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*NEW* music publication releases for Fall 2016

Our Music Publications team exists to preserve the barbershop art form and to promote the joy of singing for all. One of the best ways we can do this is to publish exciting and accessible new arrangements and make available proven and beloved existing arrangements so that you have the resources you need for your chorus or quartet to share your love of singing.   Each quarter, we will feature new...
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Fresh covers showcase expanded range of music pubs

As the Society’s music publishing program continues to expand to serve broader markets, it has become harder to visually distinguish sheet music among traditional men’s barbershop voicing, traditional women’s barbershop, and some new mixed-voice titles. Especially as we sell more broadly worldwide through our relationship with Hal Leonard, we want to make it easy for shoppers to quickly find the...
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Java Jive, as sung by Bluegrass Student Union

Naturally, this is the perfect song for National Coffee Day... and performed by the group that arranged it! This winner of a chart has appeared on many a show and always gets the audience to play along. Plus, you don't get to say "percolator" very often anymore... a highly musical word, that.   Music: http://bit.ly/JavaJiveMusic Downloadable: http://bit.ly/JavaJiveDownload Tracks: http://bit...
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An old (Yuletide) Favorite!

Like most choruses, you're probably booking a multitude of holiday performances, including some good old fashioned caroling. But... and we hate to mention it... those songbooks may be looking a little worse for wear. Or maybe your membership drive was so successful that you need a few more! Whether you're adding to your music library or replacing worn copies, our refreshed Yuletide Favorites, Vol...
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Yuletide Favorites Volume II

Yuletide Favorites has been a barbershop holiday staple for more than three decades. Following its tradition, Yuletide Favorites, Vol. II has been created as a worthy companion to the original, featuring accessible holiday arrangements in the barbershop style from Don Gray, Wayne Grimmer, Joe Johnson, Joe Liles,Greg Lyne, Adam Scott, Burt Szabo, Jeff Taylor, and Larry Triplett. Whether caroling...
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Come Fly With Me

  We caught up with OC Times in Nashville this past summer just moments before they took the stage at the AIC Show! This Keven Keller chart would definitely be considered one of their Greatest Hits... and now you can pick up your own copy from our Marketplace. Fun, flirty, and full of great chords, this one is always a winner. Sheet Music: http://bit.ly/ComeFlyWithMeSheetMusic Tracks: ht...
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Hal Leonard Publishing says: “Get Guys Singing with Barbershop Harmony”

Nothing better than being known by the friends you keep, and our partnership with Hal Leonard, the world's largest publisher of sheet music, certainly proves it. Look what they have to say in their back-to-school promotion to retailers:   The new school year is here - and doesn't every choir director wish they had a way to get guys interested in joining choir? With a renewed interest in a capp...
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(Everybody’s Waitin’ for) The Man with the Bag

This fun tune was written in 1950 by Irving Taylor, Dudley Brooks, and Hal Stanley. Originally recorded by Kay Starr, it quickly became a holiday favorite and appeared on Billboard's list of most popular Christmas songs in the early 1950's. Numerous artists have covered the song over the years from Lee Ann Womack toMannheim Steamroller to The Brian Setzer Orchestra. Traditionally arranged for v...
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