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The Silly Sixties (Medley)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Arranger Mark Brymer
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 08202283

Price: $2.95

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The Silly Sixties (Medley) Arranged by Mark Brymer. For SATB. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08202283, UPC: 884088262273)

Discover the silly side of the Sixties with this 7-minute medley of non-stop fun! Easily learned, this will be a fantastic showcase for pop and show choirs of all ages! Includes: I'm Henry VIII, I Am; Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini; Land of a Thousand Dances; The Little Old Lady (From Pasadena); Peppermint Twist; Shout; Surfin' Bird; Wooly Bully, Ya Ya. Available separately: SATB, SAB, 2-Part, ShowTrax CD. Combo parts available digitally (tpt 1, tpt 2, tsx, tbn, bsx, gtr, b, dm). Duration: ca. 6:45.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
I'm Henry The Viii I Am Herman's Hermits Brymer,Mark Murray;Weston  
Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Hyland,Brian Brymer,Mark Pockriss;Vance  
Land Of A Thousand Dances Pickett,Wilson Brymer,Mark Kenner,Chris  
Little Old Lady,The (From Pasadena) Jan And Dean Brymer,Mark Altfeld;Christian  
Peppermint Twist Joey Dee And The Sta Brymer,Mark Dinicola;Glover  
Shout Brymer,Mark Isley;Orzaba;Stanley  
Surfin' Bird Trashmen,The Brymer,Mark Frazier;Harris;Turne  
Wooly Bully Sam The Sham And The Brymer,Mark Samudio,Domingo  
Ya Ya Dorsey,Lee Brymer,Mark Levy;Lewis  
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