Category Gentry’s Gems: Singing About Singing

Do You Hear the People Sing?

This rousing song is from the musical “Les Miserables.” Your audiences’ hearts and guts will be surely be moved by your powerful performance. Although the song itself would fly in…

When I Sing

Jazzy, fun, a natural for barbershoppers, this song is a sure winner. Do check it out.

What Would I Do Without My Music

This powerfully uplifting show song is sung by numerous women’s choruses. But, hey, it works just as well for men’s groups. For everyone, singing about our music is the best!

What Ever Happened to the Old Songs

Here is a new twist on an all-time favorite of us barbershoppers. Various popular oldies are referenced within this piece, and your audiences will enjoy recalling all of them.

Those Old-Time Sing-Along Songs

I wrote and arranged the setting for this medley of sing-along standards: She’ll Be Comin’ ‘Round The Mountain, I’ve Been Workin’ on the Railroad and My Bonnie Lies over the…

Spreadin’ Rhythm Around

This fast piece definitely cooks, with a scat section for each voice part. There is nothing more fun than singing about music.

Sound Celebration

I wrote and arranged this energetic song honoring music and other sounds of life around us. The men’s version of this arrangement is published by the BHS. There is now…