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Tucson Girl's Choir: Homeward Bound

Song NameArranger
Pick A Bale O Cotton (arr. Charles Terhune)
Danny Boy (arr. Carl Stromen)
Fair Phyllis I Saw (John Farmer, arr. Victoria Glaser)
Come, Let Your Hearts Be Singing (Giovanni Gastoldi)
Mexican Lullaby (Abe Tuvim & Mario Talavera)
Ave Verum (Gabriel Faure)
What'll I Do? (Irving Berlin, arr. Kirby Shaw)
Here's That Rainy Day (Burke & Van Heusen, arr. Steve Zegree)
Cry Me A River (Arthur Hamilton, arr. Kirby Shaw)
American Lullaby (Gladys Rich)
Neighbor's Chorus (Jacques Offenbach)
A City Called Heaven (arr. Josephine Poelinitz)
Hush, Somebody's Calling My Name (arr. Edwin Earle Ferguson)
You Made Me Love You (McCarthy & Monaco, arr. Kirby Shaw)
Homeward BoundJay Althouse

On their third CD, the Tucson Girls Chorus sings favorite pieces requested by their loyal supporters. The songs are an assortment of folk songs, motets and jazz standards, with many arranged by Kirby Shaw. Selections include, "Come Let Your Hearts Be Singing," by Giovanni Glaser, "Ave Verum," by Gabriel Faure, "Here's That Rainy Day," arranged by Steve Zegree and "Cry Me A River," arranged by Shaw. This very talented choir is conducted by Margie Kersey with accompanist Helen Jones.

Item code: 7259C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
Choral | Some a cappella | Female | United States
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