Top Charts



Pharrell Williams’ monster hit is now in easily-accessible and fun-to-sing 4-part harmony, courtesy arranger Adam Scott.

I’m Yours

This immensely successful song by Jason Mraz spent 76 weeks on the Hot 100 Billboard charts, and is the tenth best-selling digital song of all time in the US selling over 6 million downloads. Quartetters will enjoy this irresistably fun and catchy easy-to-sing arrangement by Kirby Shaw.

That’s Life

Made famous by Frank Sinatra, That’s Life reached number 1 on the charts in 1966, and has become a popular favorite to sing for quartets. Listen to the sample below and experience a part of the exciting and easy-to-sing arrangement by the Society.

When She Loved Me

Sarah McLachlan voiced this beautiful Randy Newman-written ballad for the Disney film Toy Story 2 which was nominated for the 2000 Academy Award for Best Original Song. Listen to a sample of this gorgeous four-part arrangement by Jimbob Kahlke below:

Coney Island Baby / We All Fall Medley

Classic barbershop at its best, Coney Island Baby – We All Fall Medley was written in 1924 but continues to be one of the most popular barbershop tunes of all time, even being featured in an episode of the Simpsons by Homer’s quartet The Be Sharps.

Crazy ‘Bout Ya Baby

This song is from the wildly popular Off-Broadway production of Forever Plaid, which was written by Stuart Ross in New York and is now performed internationally.

Do You Hear The People Sing

Les Misérables is one of the most successful Broadway musicals of all time, most recently enjoying huge sucess in the award-winning 2012 film adaptation. Do you Hear The People Sing may be one of the most recognizable songs from the musical, and we have a wonderful version arranged for a cappella voices available.

This Little Light of Mine / Do Lord Medley

Two gospel favorites are brought together in this rousing and upbeat medley arranged by Val Hicks. It’s popular, fun, and easy to sing, so take a closer look.

Hello! Mary Lou

This single was made famous by classic country musician Ricky Nelson in 1961. It has since been arranged for four-part harmony by David Wright and has become one of the popular and fun-to-sing arrangements for youth quartets around the world.

Star Spangled Banner

This fantastic arrangement has already been used by countless quartets and choruses to pay patriotic tribute on a performance or to help kick off sporting events at the local and national level. It’s a wonderful addition to anyone’s repertoire!

My Honey’s Lovin’ Arms

Another classic song from the 1920s is brought to life in the form of a fantastic fun-to-sing barbershop song arranged by Don Gray.