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Taking a Chance on Love

By Darmon Meader

Choir Secular SATB choir and piano accompaniment (SATB choir)
Arranged by Darmon Meader. Choral Octavo. Alfred Pop Series. Choral, Jazz and Standards. Octavo. 16 pages. Published by Alfred Music (AP.27310).

Item Number: AP.27310

9x12 inches.

Darmon Meader takes a swinging approach to this pop/jazz standard, with a tight vocal arrangement accompanied by piano or optional jazz trio. Clever lyrics make it a real audience pleaser, and your singers will appreciate the masterly vocal writing. Vocal jazz groups: don't miss it.
Inst. Parts Available (choral); Recorded Acc. Available.

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  • 5

    Lee in London
    London UK
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  • 2007-06-04 00:00:00.0 A wonderful, swinging arrangement

    We were lucky enough to have the thrill of singing this new arrangement by New York Voice's Darmon Meader, in Holland last summer, conducted by the man himself. It was an inspiring experience -- and it's such a great arrangement that we've decided to try tackling it with...

    our own group back in England. As the previous reviewer said, this is a classic standard, enhanced by joyful harmonies and extended sections for soloists, making it top of the list for sheer singing excitement and pleasure. Just hope your rhythm section is as good as ours was...they really propelled it along!

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  • 4

    Laurel, Maryland
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  • 2007-03-30 00:00:00.0 Well worth the effort

    Darmon Meader has created a super vocal jazz setting of the classic tune, "Taking a Chance on Love" with tight, four-part writing that will challenge your vocal jazz ensemble. This arrangement is difficult, but well worth the effort to learn. The "out chorus" is a "shout chorus" that leads...

    to a thrilling "building" climax and a surprise ending.

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