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San Diego Chorus
In The San Diego Style

Song NameArranger
South Rampart Street ParadeDavid Wright
Lullabye In RagtimeNancy Bergman
That Tumbled Down Shack In AthloneJoni Bescos
Irish MedleyJay Giallombardo
I've Got the Whole World On A StringLarry Wright
Rock-a-bye Your Baby With A Dixie MelodyDot Calvin
I'll Be Seeing YouRenee Craig
How Do You Keep the Music PlayingJim Clancy
Alexander's Band MedleyDavid Briner
If You Love Me, Really Love MeNancy Bergman
Go, Tell it on the MountainKirby Shaw / June Berg
Sweet Hour of PrayerJim Clancy
Gospel MedleyEd Waesche

Directed by Kim Hulbert

The 148-strong (if our math is right) San Diego Chorus cooks up some classic Sweet Adelines music here, ably accompanied by 2001 International Quartet Champions a cappella Gold (on "If You Love Me, Really Love Me"), and Quartet medalists Fanatix (on "I've Got the World On A String"). These women know how to belt them out, and our emotions are wonderfully tugged in many directions. We have the rousing and foot-stomping: ("South Rampart Street Parade," "It's A Great Day for the Irish," "Alexander's Ragtime Band," and "Rockabye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody." And there's the sweet and sentimental: "I've Got the World on a String," "If You Love Me, Really Love Me, and "How Do You Keep The Music Playing." Finally we have the Gospel/Christian: "Go Tell It On The Mountain," "Sweet Hour of Prayer," and the closing Gospel Medley-"How Great Thou Art." Inspiring, uplifting, tug-on-your-heartstrings stuff, beautifully performed!

Item code: 5486C | 1 CD | $14.95 add item to cart
Barbershop | A Cappella | Female | United States

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