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Barbershop Harmony Society: Top Choruses 2004

Song NameArrangerAs Performed By
I Have DreamedDavid WrightAmbassadors Of Harmony
Make Them Hear YouKevin KellerThe Northern Lights
medley: Comptown Raves/Ring Ring de Banjo/Buffalo Gals Jay GiallombardoNew Tradition Chorus
Summertime Steve JamisonAlexandria Harmonizers
The Sunshine Of Your Smile Tom GentryThe Alliance
When It's Night Time To Dixieland David WrightSound of the Rockies
My Foolish Heart Rob HopkinsGreat Northern Union
Medley: I Used To Love You/There'll Be Some Changes Made/Five Foot Two, EyesEd WaescheMidwest Vocal Express
Of Blue/Yes Sir, That's My BabyMike LietkeMidwest Vocal Express
So Long, mother Ed WaescheThe Westminster Chorus
Blues In The Night David BrinerSouthern GatewayChorus
You'll Never KnowRichard BainTidelanders
Medley: how Do I Get Outta This Chicken Outfit/Charleston/Stormy Weather David BrinerThe Big Chicken Chorus
Auld Lang Syne Clay HineHeart of America
Button up Your OvercoatTom GentryHeralds of Harmony
How Deep Is The Ocean Ed WaescheSaltaires
Medley: Everybody Step/Alexander's Ragtime Band Greg VolkSalem Senate-Aires
Girls Medley: Margie/No No Nora/Ma Blushin' Rosie Ed WaescheBanks of the Wabash
Medley: Get Out And Get Under The Moon/Shine on Harvest Moon Ed WaescheThe Grand Central Chorus
Nice Work If You Can Get It Greg VolkGranite Statesmen
On The Sunny Side of the Street Mel KnightHolland Land Harmonizers)
If We Can't Be The Same Old Sweethearts Carl DahlkeHarmony Heritage
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby Renee CraigFalu Miner Chorus

Louisville KY also, of course, hosted the 2004 SPEBSQSA International Chorus Competition, which in terms of shear vocal power, is unmatched on this planet! The Gold went to St. Charles, Missouri's dynamic Ambassadors of Harmony, who sing Rogers and Hammerstein's "I Have Dreamed" and Frank Loesser's "New Ashmolean Marching Society and Student's Conservatory Band," which must be heard to be believed. 2nd Place went to The Northern Lights, with "Make Them Hear You," 3rd to New Tradition Chorus, who recall the minstrel shows with Stephen Foster's "Medley: Camptown Races/Ring Ring de Banjo/Buffalo Gals," 4th to Alexandria Harmonizers" with Gershwin's bluesy "Summertime," and 5th to The Alliance, who give us "The Sunshine of Your Smile." A powerful, amazing collection!

5661C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart| A Cappella | Barbershop | Male | United States | Mens Barbershop Choruses CDs
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