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There'll Be No New Tunes on This Old Piano



Originally Performed by Crossroads




There'll Be No New Tunes on This Old Piano

There'll Be No New Tunes on This Old Piano

Crossroads

This Americana chestnut was a hit for Tennessee Ernie Ford and has been expertly arranged for male quartets by respected babershop arranger Gene Cokeroft.

Voicing: TTBB



Boston Common : Collective Works : 00  2 CDs

Boston Common : Collective Works

This beautifully packaged double CD truly conveys the Boston Common aesthetic, which earned them not only the 1980 Championship, but also a exalted reputation that became the stuff of legend. Though they had no full-time coach, big band arranger Lou Perry frequently wrote arrangements for them (a point of principle, explained further in the liner notes, that apparently resulted in some political fallout), and the big band influence can be easily discerned ("Melancholy Baby"). "We Three," co-arranged by Perry and the group themselves, sounds like the early vocal harmony that became doo wop, whereas "Chatanooga Shoe Shine Boy" is a blues/barbershop amalgam that definitely isn't typical (arranger's credit to the Four Rascals, a quartet to whom the Boston Common pay repeated tribute). In general, the group's reverence for barbershop as not merely entertainment but as art radiates throughout.

Songlist: It's A Good Day, If All My Dreams Were Made Of gold, Dancing At The Moving Picture Ball, Little Girl, Imagination, Don't Tell Me The Same Things Over Again, Lida Rose/ Till There Was You, Ten Feet Off The Ground, Sentimental Journey, In The Heart Of The City, There's Something I Like About Broadway, I Wonder What's Become Of Sally, Old Songs Medley, Caroline, There'll Be No New Tunes On This Old Piano, I'm Alone Because I Love You, From The First Hello (To The Last Goodbye), We Kinda Miss The Good Old Songs, What'll I Do, Many Happy Returns Of The Day, So Long Dearie, Am I Wasting My Time, I Don't Know Why, Barbershop Strut, My Melancholy Baby, Good Old Days, Who Told You, We Three, Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven, Back In Dad And Mother's Day, and more

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5533c | 2 CDs | $59.98 | A Cappella


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There'll Be No New Tunes on This Old Piano : TTBB : Gene Cokeroft : Crossroads :  2 CDs : 00200671 : 888680654405

Gene Cokeroft : There'll Be No New Tunes on This Old Piano

This Americana chestnut was a hit for Tennessee Ernie Ford and has been expertly arranged for male quartets by respected babershop arranger Gene Cokeroft.

Arranger: Gene Cokeroft Performed By: Crossroads

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Voicing: TTBB | Sheet Music | $3.20 | A Cappella | video
00200671

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