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Various Arrangers: A Doo Wop Christmas

Street Corner Harmony for the Holidays.


Song NameArrangerVoicing
A Doo-Wop Christmas (With You)Kirby ShawSATB
At Christmas (A Christmas Sha-na-na)Andy BeckSSATB
What'cha Gonna Bring for Christmas?Andy BeckSSAB

"A Doo-Wop Christmas (With You)" - This clever a cappella original is reminiscent of doo-wop groups from the '50s and '60s. The choir sings a "bop-bop-bop" refrain alternately with classic back-ups, as a soloist or small group croons the flirtatious text, weaving in popular song titles from back in the day. "At Christmas (A Christmas Sha-na-na)" - It's a blast from the past when your choir sings this fun-filled holiday original by Andy Beck. Your singers and audience will love snapping their fingers and tapping their toes to this doo-wop style tune backed up with traditional 50s harmonies and classic "sha-na-nas." And don't miss the clever use of quotes from several popular holiday songs throughout! It's an easy-to-learn a cappella novelty in the SSATB voicing, or feature a crooning soloist with piano accompaniment and back-up singers in the 3-part. "What'cha Gonna Bring for Christmas?" - Feature your best solo crooner(s) on this '50s inspired a cappella chorus that begs Santa for a timeless teen wish: "Won't you bring me someone to love?" The choir serves equally as the featured act (of the chorus and bridge) and the backup singers (for two dreamy verses). The final falsetto phrases and 7th chord cadence deliver a sweet doo-wop ending.

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Doo-Wop | A Cappella