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How High the Moon

How High the Moon by Manhattan Transfer. By Morgan Lewis and Nancy Hamilton. Arranged by Steve Zegree. For SATB chorus, piano, bass and drums (SATB). Hal Leonard Choral. Choral. Adult Contemporary and Swing. Octavo. 16 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.7357659).

Recorded by The Manhattan Transfer, this up-tempo piece has exciting vocal writing. Excellent for Show or Jazz use.

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Genre: Adult Contemporary Sheet Music  Swing Sheet Music 

Format: Octavo 

Series: Hal Leonard Choral 

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  • October 08, 2009 Very good!

    I sang this song in Jazz Choir 2 years ago. In my opinion, this piece of music should start as a fast tempo for most choirs. It requires accurate articulation as well as a mellow tone when singing in unison and sometimes when divided into parts. The solo about 3...

    /4 of the way through must stand out with its fire-polishing tone while the altos, tenors, and basses remain in the dynamics, from my perspective, of piano or mezzopiano. This is a great piece of music, it's fun to sing, and it's very enjoyable to any experienced singers.

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