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It Don't Mean A Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing)
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By Duke Ellington

Choral Choir (SSAA) - Level 5 - Digital Download
By Duke Ellington. By Duke Ellington (1899-1974) and Irving Mills (1894-1985). Arranged by Steve Tramack. A Cappella, Jazz. Octavo. 18 pages. TramackMusic #4747575. Published by TramackMusic (A0.929632).

Item Number: A0.929632

SSAA A Cappella Arrangement, inspired by The Real Group's rendition.  Soprano 1 melody in the body of the song.  Requires a high degree of skill.

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  • October 26, 2020 NOT MISLABELLED - just challenging!

    The previous reviewer must not be familiar with barbershop conventions. In ladies' barbershop, the four parts are always referred to as Tenor, Lead, Baritone and Bass. It is also the convention to write for Tenor and Lead (roughly equivalent to S1 / S2) in treble clef, and Baritone and Bass (roughly...

    equivalent to A1 and A2, but often going much lower than a traditional alto part) in octave-shifted bass clef. Really disappointing to see somebody leaving a poor review on the basis of a misunderstanding :( This is a fiendish arrangement (look up Taken 4 Granite singing it - seriously impressive) but it's great fun.

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  • January 23, 2020 NOT CORRECT

    This is advertised as SSAA but the chart is for male voices.

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