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Pop Music for Spring for Women's Choirs Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Stanton's Sheet Music suggests that you bring a bit of sparkle to the end of your school year by featuring your women's ensemble with some of these great popular music choices.  Whether you're looking for a Broadway classic, an awe-inspiring ballad or the most current pop hits, we'll help you find the perfect fit for your ensemble!

Oh, baby!  Aretha Franklin, move on over!  Greg Gilpin’s arrangement of Chain of Fools is just as funky and full as can be. Great solo feature, too.

Dream a Little Dream of Me has been recorded by decades of top singers, including Ozzie Nelson, Kate Smith, Doris Day, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Mama Cass Elliott, and Diana Krall.  But it has appeared most recently on Michael Buble‘s 2010 album “Special Delivery,” and was performed by Artie in Glee‘s “Dream On” episode.  A classic for all ages.

Time After TimeA modern classic, the Cyndi Lauper ballad Time After Time is perfect for an intermediate women’s a cappella ensemble, ready to tackle gentle arpeggiations and delicate parallel harmonies.

The powerful Madonna hit Vogue charted at #1 in over 30 countries worldwide and was certified “double platinum” within the first months of its release in 1990.  Still popular today, the iconic song and music video were recently recreated by Sue Sylvester on TV’s Glee. “Strike a pose!”

For more suggestions, check out our video below, or contact us!

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