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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…

Lullaby in Ragtime, A

This is a contestable editing of the barbershop classic. They don’t come any sweeter than this, so give the song a whirl. 

Longest Time, The

Billy Joel’s hit is doo-wop barbershop at its most enjoyable. The BHS publishes the men’s version, and the song works great for the ladies as well.

Little Boy, The

A most moving ballad, this was perhaps the signature song for the Interstate Rivals, the international champion quartet in 1987. The intense women’s version is The Little Girl.

Let Them Be Little

A country tune with lots of heart, this plea to allow children to act their age is a real gem. It is no longer exclusive to the fine senior quartet…

Lazy River (Up a)

Fine for either contest or show, this cheerful song helped Marquis win gold at the 1995 International, in Miami Beach. Though a bit rangy, this piece pretty much sings itself.

In My Room

The Beach Boys’ story of teenage angst is surprisingly sweet and moving, and works well for singers of all ages. The BHS publishes the TTBB version; for SSAA, go to…

I Used to Call Her Baby

A most humorous tune, as sung by The New Tradition quartet. The men’s version of this arrangement is published by the BHS.