Take Me Out to the Ball Game
by Albert Von Tilzer
4-Part - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 22426615
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Choral Choir (SATB) - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1161415

Composed by Albert Von Tilzer and Jack Norworth. Arranged by Dana K. Fiero. A Cappella,Historic,Standards,Traditional. Octavo. 10 pages. Dana K. Fiero #761717. Published by Dana K. Fiero (A0.1161415).

Sing this old time favorite with your high school or community choir.  This version includes the original verses along with the refrain we already know.  The poem tells of a girl, Katie Casey, in the early 1900s who was asked to go see a play with her love interest but she says "No, I want to go to a baseball game!" In addition to being a fun piece to sing, this could lead in a discussion about gender stereotypes and how Katie Casey went against them.

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