Thriller is perfect for a Halloween-themed show, especially if paired with Zombie Jamboree (see Arrangement page),. It's available for both men's and women's voices. Hear a sample from the teaching tracks available from Jen Cooke's Tracks By Jen. Watch a YouTube video of the Canadian Showtime Chorus at their last rehearsal prior to their Carnegie Hall performance (Thriller is the second song in their set. Their version is truncated due to the set's time limitations).
Dan's barbershop arrangements include tunes from several eras. They represent many styles, and are voiced variously for men's, women's and mixed groups. Many arrangements are available for both men and women. The performance levels range from moderately easy to difficult. Some arrangements can be ordered from the Barbershop Harmony Society. Custom arrangements can be obtained by contacting Dan. For additional information, including a catalog of the currently available arrangements, go to the Arrangements page.
ABBA Medley has been sung by groups from the United States, Canada, Europe, Scandinavia, Australia and New Zealand. Originally arranged for women's voices, it's also available for men.
PDF of first page. Hear a sample from the teaching tracks available from Anne Bureau's Queen Anne Recordings. Hear a sample of the Men's version from the teaching tracks available from Shawn G.Thomas' SGTProductions.
Where Are You Christmas? was featured in the movie, Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas.
Most recently, this arrangement has been sung by Greendale (WI) Midwest Vocal Express, which often has placed among the Barbershop Harmony Society International Chorus Competition top ten. PDF of the first page. Hear a sample from the teaching tracks available from James Estes of the BHS.