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Changing Voices: Songs For Boys


Changing Voices Songs For Boys
Media Type: Book Only
Media/Arrangement: Voice, Men's Voices, Cambiata
Category: Songbooks
Publisher: Novello and Co
Order Code: NOV166012

KS3 KS4
 

Product Description

Changing Voices is an exciting collection of songs specifically arranged for changing or ‘cambiata’ male voices. These arrangements are intended to be sung by boys aged approximately 11 years and upwards; precisely the time when many boys give up singing as their changing voices cease to fit comfortably within traditional vocal ranges.

CHANGING VOICES is an exciting collection of songs specifically arranged for changing or ‘cambiata’ male voices. These arrangements are intended to be sung by boys aged approximately 11 years and upwards; precisely the time when many boys give up singing as their changing voices cease to fit comfortably within traditional vocal ranges.

Progressive in difficulty and ranging from classic sea shanties to contemporary pop hits, the pieces in this collection provide a dynamic and eclectic selection of music for boys’ choral groups of all abilities.

As well as the printed score, this book is supported bySoundWise:

eBook: a digital edition of your music to read on any device.

Audio: full demonstration recordings of each piece, plus accompaniment-only, solo-only and rehearsal backing tracks.



Series: Changing Voices
Language: English
Publisher: Novello and Co
First published: 2017
ISBN: 9781785583070


Contents/Songlist

1) Don’t Forget Your Old Shipmate
2) Rule The World
3) Masters Of War
4) Spanish Ladies
5) Dancing In The Moonlight

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