Repertoire from Recent Seasons

December 18, 2016
“Something About December”

Amid the Falling Snow
Words by Ryan, music by Enya/Ryan, arranged by Snyder

Baby It’s Cold Outside
Written by Loesser, arranged by Young

Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
Written by Greenwich/Barry/Spector, arranged by Young

Christmas Medley: Silent Night, Joy to the World, Mary’s Boy Child, Feliz Navidad
Written by Gruber/Watts/Hairston/Feliciano, arranged by Young

Gabriel’s Message
Folk carol, arranged by Young

Grown-Up Christmas List
Written by Foster/Thompson-Jenner, arranged by Huff

Hazy Shade of Winter
Written by Simon/Garfunkel, arranged by Young

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
Written by Connor, arranged by Huff

It’s Beginning to Look Like Christmas
Written by Willson, arranged by Hayes

Jesus, What a Wonderful Child
Traditional African American carol, arranged by Young

Jing-a-Ling, Jing-a-Ling
Words by Raye, music by Smith, arranged by Huff

Jolly Old Saint Nick!
Traditional carol arranged, with new words and music, by Billingsley

Miss You Most (at Christmas Time)
Written by Carey/Afanasieff, arranged by Young

Mrs. Santa Claus
Written by Herman, arranged by Young

Skatin’ with My Baby
Words & music by Naish/Alexander/Hatch, arranged by Shaw

Six White Boomers
Written by Harris, arranged by Young

Swingin’ at Santa’s Place
Words and music by Shaw

The Twelve Groovy Days of Christmas
Traditional carol arranged, with new words and music, by Gilpin

Underneath the Tree
Written by Clarkson/Kurstin, arranged by Lojeski

We Three Kings
Written by Hopkins, arranged by Young

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 June 11, 2016
“Show People”

Choral Selections from “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical”
Arranged by Roger Emerson
Set 1: I Feel the Earth Move, On Broadway
Set 2: Splish Splash, Love Potion Number 9, Poison Ivy, Yakety Yak, There Goes My Baby, Stupid Cupid
Set 3: So Far Away, It’s Too Late, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
Set 4: Beautiful

Boogie Shoes
Words and Music by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

California Dreamin’
Words and Music by John Phillips and Michelle Phillips; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Chili Caliente
Words by David Giardiniere and Joseph M. Martin; Music by David Giardiniere; With a nod to Rossini’s “The Barber of Seville”

Free Ride
Words and Music by Dan Hartman; Arranged by Paul Langford

Hey Brother
Words and Music by Tim Bergling, Salem Al Fakir, Ash Pournouri, Vincent Pontare and Veronica Maggio; Arranged by Mark Brymer

I Love Ragtime (with “Ja-Da”)
Arranged with Additional Music and Lyrics by Kirby Shaw

I Bet My Life
Words and Music by Daniel Reynolds, Daniel Sermon, Benjamin McKee and Daniel Platzman; Arranged by Roger Emerson

I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter
Lyrics by Joe Young; Music by Fred E. Ahlert; Arranged by David Scott

The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Lyric and Revised Music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore; Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Mississippi Mud
Words and Music by James Cavanaugh and Harry Barris; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

The PC Perils of the Parody Sisters
Words by Patti Ross, Anne Jackson and Rhonda Cole Thrailkill; Music by Mark Ronson

Peace Train
Words and Music by Cat Stevens; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Put a Lid on It
Words and Music by Tom Maxwell; Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Show People from “Curtains”
Music by John Kander; Lyrics by Fred Ebb; Additional Lyrics by Rupert Holmes; Arranged by Mac Huff

A Social Madrigal
Words and Music by Nathan Howe

Speak Softly, Love
Love theme from the Paramount Picture “The Godfather”; Words by Larry Kusik; Music by Nino Rota; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Summertime from “Porgy and Bess”
Music and Lyrics by George Gershwin, DuBose and Dorothy Heyward and Ira Gershwin; Arranged by Mac Huff

Thinking Out Loud
Words and Music by Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge; Arranged by Ed Lojeski

Wings
Words and Music by Christopher Dotson, Perrie Edwards, Jade Thirlwall, Jesy Nelson, Leigh Anne Pinnock, Kyle Coleman, Thomas Barnes, Peter Kelleher, Ben Kohn, Mischke Butler, Erika Nuri, Iain James, Michelle Lewis and Heidi Rojas; Arranged by Andy Beck

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December 13, 2015
“A Very Special Christmas”

Christmas Day
Words and music by Michael W. Smith, Cindy Morgan, Wes King; arranged by Ed Lojeski

Deck the Hall
Traditional Welsh Carol; arranged by Mac Huff

Deck the Nutcracker Hall
Music “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky; arranged by Greg Gilpin

Divine Confections
Music by Felix Bernard; lyrics by Patti Ross, Anne Jackson, Rhonda Thrailkill

Extraordinary Merry Christmas
Words and music by Peer Astrom, Shelly Peiken and Adam Anders; original “Glee” Arrangements by Adam Anders and Peer Astrom; adapted by Mark Brymer

From A Distance (Christmas Version)
Words and Music by Julie Gold; arranged by Mark Brymer

Fruitcake
Words and music by Philip Hagemann and Penny Leka

Go Tell It on the Mountain
Traditional Spiritual; arranged by Philip Kern

Grinch! A Christmas Choral Medley
From the Universal Pictures Motion Picture “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas”; arranged by Andy Beck

Hot Chocolate!
Words by Andy Beck and Brian Fisher; music by Andy Beck

I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; music by John Baptiste Calkin; arranged with additional words by Ryan O’Connell

Joy to the World
From the cantata “Morning Star”; arranged by Joseph M. Martin

The Man with the Bag
Words and music by Harold Stanley, Irving Taylor and Dudley Brooks; arranged by Roger Emerson

March of the Christmas Children
Words and music by Don Sebesky

Merry Christmas, Mozart
Based on melodies by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; words from traditional carols; arranged by Jay Althouse

Please Dont Sing Another Fa La La!
Words and music by Greg Gilpin

The Polar Express
From Warner Brothers Pictures “The Polar Express”; words and music by Glen Ballard and Alan Silvestri; arranged by Alan Billingsley

Ring Silver Bells
Traditional; arranged with new lyrics by Audrey Snyder

Santa Tell Me
Words and music by Savan Kotecha, Ilya and Ariana Grande; arranged by Mac Huff

Sparkleyjollytwinklejingley
From the Broadway musical “Elf”; Lyrics by Chad Beguelin, music by Matthew Sklar; arranged by Andy Beck

Text Me Merry Christmas
Words and music by Adam Schlesinger and David Javerbaum; arranged by Roger Emerson

Thats Christmas to Me
Words and music by Scott Hoying and Kevin Olusola; arranged by Mark Brymer

We Wish you a Merry Christmas
Traditional English folksong; additional lyrics and arranged by Kirby Shaw

What Christmas Means to Me
Words and music by George Gordy, Allen Story and Anna Gordy Gaye; arranged by Mac Huff

White is in the Winter Night
Words and music by Enya, Nicky Ryan and Roma Ryan; arranged by Audrey Snyder

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 June 7, 2015
“American Made”
…a celebration of U.S. songs, artists, and movies

All About That Bass (parody)
Words and music by Meghan Trainor and Kevin Kadish; arranged by Roger Emerson; modified words by Diane Benson

All the Things You Are
From “Very Warm for May”
Music by Jerome Kern; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II; arranged by Mark Hayes

Best Day of My Life
Recorded by American Authors
Words and music by Zachary Barnett, James Adam Shelley, Matthew Sanchez, David Rublin, Shep Goodman and Aaron Accetta; arranged by Roger Emerson

Best Song Ever
Recorded by One Direction
Words and music by Edward Drewett, Wayne Hector, Julian Bunetta and John Ryan; arranged by Alan Billingsley

Coffee (in a Cardboard Cup)
Music by John Kander; words by Fred Ebb; arranged by Kevin Robinson

Cry Me a River
Words and music by Arthur Hamilton; arranged by Jay Althouse

Ease on Down the Road
From “The Wiz”
Words and music by Charlie Smalls; arranged by Mac Huff

Free Ride
Words and music by Dan Hartman; arranged by Paul Langford

Happy
Recorded by Pharrell Williams. From “Despicable Me 2”
Words and music by Pharrell Williams; arranged by Mark Brymer

If I Didn’t Have You
From the Walt Disney Picture Presents A Pixar Animation Studios Film “Monsters, Inc.”
Music and lyrics by Randy Newman; arranged by Mac Huff

I’ll Stand by You
Recorded by The Pretenders and featured in the Twentieth Century Fox Television Series “Glee”
Words and music by Chrissie Hynde, Tom Kelly and Billy Steinberg; original GLEE arrangements by Adam Anders and Peer Astrom; adapted for publication by Mac Huff

Manhattan Transfer Medley
Operator: Words and music by William Spivery; arranged by Kirby Shaw
That Cat is High: Words and music by J. Mayo Williams, arranged by Mark Brymer
Tuxedo Junction: Words by Buddy Feyne, music by Erskine Hawkins, William Johnson and Julian Dash, arranged by Mark Brymer
Route 66: Written by Bobby Troup, arranged by Mark Brymer
Trickle, Trickle: Words and music by Clarence Bassett; arranged by Steve Zegree

New York State of Mind
Recorded by Billy Joel
Words and music by Billy Joel; arranged by Steve Zegree

Party in the U.S.A.
Words and music by Jessica Cornish, Lukasz Gottwald and Claude Kelly; arranged by Deke Sharon

Right Now
Recorded by Van Halen
Words and music by Sammy Hagar, Alex Van Halen, Michael Anthony and Edward Van Halen; arranged by Kirby Shaw

Save the World/Don’t You Worry Child
Words and music by Axel Hedfors, Steve Angello, Michel Zitron, Sebastian Ingrosso, Vincent Pontare and Martin Lindstrom; arranged by Mark Brymer

Sing, Sing, Sing
Words and music by Louis Prima; arranged by Mark Brymer

Shake it Off
Recorded by Taylor Swift
Words and music by Taylor Swift, Max Martin and Shellback; arranged by Roger Emerson

That Old Black Magic
From the Paramount Picture “Star Spangled Rhythm”
Words by Johnny Mercer; music by Harold Arlen; arranged by Kirby Shaw

Wagon Wheel
Recorded by Darius Rucker
Words and music by Ketch Secor and Bob Dylan; arranged by Roger Emerson

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December 14, 2014
“Christmas Past & Christmas Present”

Angels We have Heard on High
Traditional French Carol; arranged by Kirby Shaw

Bethlehem Skies
Recorded by Dara Maclean and Dave Barnes
Words and music by David Barnes and Dara Maclean; arranged by Roger Emerson

Candy Cane Lane
As recorded by Point Of Grace
Words and Music by Jennifer Zuffinetti; arranged by Mac Huff

The Christmas Can Can
Music by Jacques Offenbach; lyrics by Straight No Chaser; adapted by Diane Benson

Christmas Shopping Blues
Words and music by Ruth Morris Gray

Hear the Bells
Words and music by Dave and Jean Perry

Heaven and Nature Sing
Using “Joy to the World” (words by Isaac Watts, music by George Frideric Handel, adapted by Lowell Mason) and “Ding Dong! Merrily on High” (French Carol); arranged by Philip Kern

Holiday Dinner Dilemma (parody)
Original (“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”) words and music by Johnny Marks; adapted by Anne Jackson and Rhonda Thrailkill

I Love the Winter Weather…
Words and music by Tickler Freeman and Walter Brown
…with I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
From the 20th Century Fox Motion Picture “On the Avenue”, words and music by Irving Berlin
Arranged by Mac Huff

It’s Christmas… Again!
Words, music, and arrangement by David T. Clydesdale

Jing-a-Ling, Jing-a-Ling
Recorded by The Andrews Sisters
Words by Don Raye; music by Paul Smith; arranged by Mac Huff

No Biz Like Snow Biz
With “Snow” (words and music by Irving Berlin), “A Marshmallow World” (words by Carl Sigman, music by Peter de Rose), and “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” (words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne)
Arranged by Ryan James

On This Winter’s Night
Recorded by Lady Antebellum
Words and music by Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Tom Douglas; arranged by Ed Lojeski

Perfect Christmas Night
From the Universal Pictures Motion Picture “Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas”
Words and music by Paul O’Neill, Robert Kinkel, and Jon Oliva; arranged by Andy Beck

Ring Those Christmas Bells
Words and music by Mac Huff

Santa’s Girls
Music by Steve Karmen; lyrics by Nancy Coyne; arranged by Cristi Cary Miller

Sing We Now of Christmas
Traditional French carol; arranged, with new words by Mark Hayes

Sleigh Ride
Music by Leroy Anderson; words by Mitchell Parish; arranged by Kirby Shaw

‘Tis a Wonderful Thing
From “The First Noel”
Words by Randy Vader; music by Randy Vader and Jay Rouse; arranged by Jay Rouse

Variations on “Jingle Bells”
Words and music by John Pierpont; arranged by Mark Hayes

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional English folksong; additional lyrics and arranged by Kirby Shaw

What a Wonderful Child
Traditional spiritual; arranged by Mary McDonald

Winter Canon
With “In the Bleak Midwinter”
Based on a melody by Thomas Tallis; arranged, with new words by Andy Beck

Winter Sings Her Song
Words and music by David Waggoner

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June 7, 2014
“Harmony in Motion”
…movie songs, Broadway tunes, pop, disco, country, and more! 

Bring the House Down
Recorded by S Club 7
Words and Music by Andy Watkins, Paul Wilson and Tracy Ackerman
Arranged by Roger Emerson

Cups
Recorded by Anna Kendrick
From the movie “Pitch Perfect”
Words and Music by A.P. Carter and Luisa Gerstein
Arranged by Roger Emerson

Deep in the Meadow
Recorded by Sting
From the movie “The Hunger Games”
Words and Music by Suzanne Collins, Joseph Henry Burnett and Simone Burnett
Arranged by Mac Huff

The Do’s and Don’ts of the Audience
Words and Music by John Jacobson and Mac Huff
Arranged by Mac Huff

Good Time
Recorded by Owl City and Carly Rae Jepson
Words and Music by Adam Young, Matthew Thiessen and Brian Lee
Arranged by Mac Huff

Ho Hey
Recorded by The Lumineers
Words and Music by Jeremy Fraites and Wesley Schultz
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Home
Recorded by Phillip Phillips
Words and Music by Greg Holden and Drew Pearson
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

It’s Raining Men
Recorded by The Weather Girls
Words and Music by Paul Jabara and Paul Shaffer
Arranged by Greg Gilpin

Jet Set
From the musical “Catch Me If You Can”
Music by Marc Shaiman
Lyrics by Scott Wittman and Marc Shaiman
Arranged by Eric Van Cleave

Long Train Runnin’
Recorded by The Doobie Brothers
Words and Music by Tom Johnson
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Lydia, the Tattooed Lady
From the movie “At the Circus”
Music by Harold Arlen
Lyric by E. Y. Harburg
Arranged by Jay Althouse

Orinoco Flow
Recorded by ENYA
Music by ENYA
Words by Roma Ryan
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Shop Around
Recorded by The Miracles
Words and Music by William “Smokey” Robinson and Berry Gordon
Arranged by Paul Langford

(Sittin’ on) the Dock of the Bay
Recorded by Otis Redding
Words and Music by Steve Cropper and Otis Redding
Arranged by Gary Eckert

Skyfall
Recorded by Adele
Words and Music by Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth
Arranged by Paul Langford

Song of the Lonely Mountain
From the movie “The Hobbit – An Unexpected Journey”
Lyrics by Neil Finn
Music composed by Neil Finn, David Donaldson, David Long, Steve Roche and Janet Roddick
Arranged by Jay Althouse

Stuck Like Glue
Recorded by Sugarland
Words and Music by Shy Carter, Kristian Bush, Jennifer Nettles and Kevin Griffin
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Too Much Heaven
Recorded by The Bee Gees
Words and Music by Barry Gibb, Robin Gibb and Maurice Gibb
Arranged by Jeff Funk

When Will I be Loved
Recorded by Linda Ronstadt
Words and Music by Phil Everly
Arranged by Mac Huff

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December 15, 2013
“Extraordinary Merry Christmas”
…songs from the Broadway show “Elf”, delightful new arrangements of holiday tunes, and lots of fun music to put sparkle in your season

Christmas is the Best Time of the Year
Words and Music by Don Marsh and Lorie Marsh
Arranged and Orchestrated by Don Marsh

Counting Down to Christmas
Arranged by Greg Gilpin
Words and Music by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul

Dark is the Silent Night
Words and Music by Audry Snyder

Elf Medley
A Medley from the Broadway Musical
Lyrics by Chad Beguelin
Music by Matthew Sklar
Arranged by Andy Beck

Extraordinary Merry Christmas
Original “Glee” arrangements by Adam Anders and Peer Astrom
Adapted for publication by Mark Brymer
Words and Music by Peer Astrom, Shelly Peiken, and Adam Anders

He is Born
Traditional French Carol
Arranged, with new words, by Ruth Morris Gray

Hear the Winter Wind
Words by Susan Bentall Boersma
Music by David Lantz III

Hot Chocolate
Words by Andy Beck and Brian Fisher
Music by Andy Beck

I’d Rather Have my Baby Here for Christmas
Words and Music by Patti Drennan

It’s Christmas Baby! (A “Call Me Maybe” Parody)
Original Words and Music by Carly Rae Jepsen, Joshua Ramsay, and Tavish Crowe
Arranged, with new words, by Bailey Galindo

Jingle Bells (as recorded by Michael Bublé)
Words and Music by James Pierpont
Arranged by David Foster, Patty Andrews and Victor Schoen
Adapted for publication by Mac Huff

Jingle Bells (as recorded by Barbra Streisand)
Words and Music by James Pierpont
Arranged by Jack Gold and Marty Paich
Choral Adaptation by Mark Hayes

A Joyful Night
Words and Music by Ruth Morris Gray

The Last Month of the Year (What Month Was Jesus Born In?)
Words and Music by Vera Hall
Arranged by Mac Huff
Adapted and Arranged by Ruby Pickens Tartt and Alan Lomax

Please Come Home for Christmas
Words and Music by Charles Brown and Gene Redd
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Rockin’ Down the Chimney Tonight!
Words and Music by Kirby Shaw

Sleigh Bells
Ukranian Folk Tune
Arranged by Earlene Rentz

Snow Miser – Heat Miser
From “The Year Without a Santa Claus”
Written by William Keenan and Maury Laws

The Twelve Days of Christmas (Parody)
Arranged by Richard C. Gregory

Under Winter Moon
Words and Music by Andy Beck

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional English folksong
Additional lyrics by Kirby Shaw
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

What Child Is This?
Traditional Carol
Words by William Chatterton Dix
Arranged by Russell Robinson

What Christmas Means to Me
Words and Music by George Gordy, Allen Story and Anna Gordy Gaye
Arranged by Mac Huff

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June 15, 2013
“Hitmakers”
…from the 1950s to the present day

Adele Medley…
Someone Like You (Words and Music by Adele Adkins and Dan Wilson)
Rumour Has It (Words and Music by Adele Adkins and Ryan Tedder)
Set Fire to the Rain (Words and Music by Adele Adkins and Fraser Smith)
Rolling in the Deep (Words and Music by Adele Adkins and Paul Epworth)

Alto’s Lament
Words by Marcy Heisler, Music by Zina Goldrich

Boogie Shoes
Recorded by K.C. and The Sunshine Band
Words and Music by Harry Wayne Casey and Richard Finch
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Bruno Mars Medley…
Lighters (Words and Music by Marshall Mathers, Isaac Jones, Bruno Mars, Ari Levine, Philip Lawrence, Roy Battle, Ryan Montgomery and Phillip Thornton)
Just the Way You Are (Words and Music by Bruno Mars, Ari Levine, Philip Lawrence, Khari Cain and Khalil Walton)
Billionaire (Words and Music by Travis McCoy, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars and Ari Levine)
The Lazy Song (Words and Music by Bruno Mars, Ari Levine, Philip Lawrence and Keinan Warsame)
Medley arranged by Marc Brymer

Dance to the Music
Recorded by Sly and the Family Stone
Words and Music by Sylvester Stewart
Arranged by Roger Emerson

Dynamite
Recorded by Taio Cruz
Words and Music by Taio Cruz, Lukasz Gottwald, Max Martin, Benjamin Levin and Bonnie McKee
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Farmer Tan
From the Musical “Pump Boys and Dinettes”
Words and Music by Jimm Wann
Arranged by Michael Spresser

Get on Your Feet
Recorded by Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine
Words and Music by John DeFaria, Clay Ostwald and Jorge Casas
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Give Me a Choral Medley (A Singer’s Spoof)
Words and Music by Andy Beck

Green River
Recorded by Creedence Clearwater Revival
Words and Music by John Fogerty
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher
Words and Music by Gary Jackson, Carl Smith and Raynard Miner
Arranged by Jay Althouse

Landslide
Recorded by Fleetwood Mac
Featured on the FOX television production of GLEE
Words and Music by Stevie Nicks
Arranged by Adam Anders and Peer Astrom

Safe and Sound
Recorded by Taylor Swift
Words and Music by Taylor Swift, T-Bone Burnett, John Paul White and Joy Williams
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Seven Bridges Road
Recorded by The Eagles
Words and Music by Stephen T. Young
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Shambala
Recorded by Three Dog Night
Words and Music by Daniel Moore
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Sound of Silence
Recorded by Simon & Garfunkel
Words and Music by Paul Simon
Arranged by Mark Hayes

Time After Time
Recorded by Cyndi Lauper
Words and Music by Cyndi Lauper and Rob Hyman
Arranged by Philip Kern

Thriller
Recorded by Michael Jackson
Words and Music by Rod Temperton
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Touch the Sky
From the Walt Disney/Pixar film “BRAVE”
Words by Alexander L. Mandel and Mark Andrews, Music by Alexander L. Mandel
Arranged by Mac Huff

What’d I Say: A Tribute to Ray Charles…
Hallelujah I Love Him (Words and Music by Ray Charles)
What’d I Say (Words and Music by Ray Charles)
Medley Arranged by Kirby Shaw

You Make Me Feel Like Dancing
Recorded by Leo Sayer
Words and Music by Leo Sayer and Vini Poncia
Arranged by Paul Langford

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December 16, 2012
“Come on, It’s Christmas!”
…our 80th Anniversary Holiday Show

Artist of a Winter Night
Words by Herb Frombach; Music by Vicki Tucker Courtney

Baby Born in Bethlehem
Words and Music by Jay Althouse

Christmas Chopsticks
Words and Music by Fred Heider; Arranged by Audrey Snyder

Christmas Shopping Blues
Words and Music by Ruth Morris Gray

Christmas Tonight
Words and Music by Dave Barnes and Clint Lagerberg; Arranged by Mac Huff

Come on, It’s Christmas!
Words and Music by David T. Clydesdale; Arranged and Orchestrated by David T. Clydesdale

Fa La La La La
Words and Music by Jim Brickman and Victoria Shaw; Arranged by Ed Lojeski

Go Tell it on the Mountain
Traditional Spiritual
Arranged by Philip Kern

Good King Wenceslas
Melody by Piae Cantiones; Words by J. M. Neale; Arrangement by Ryan O’Connell

Hallelujah
From “Handel’s Messiah: A Soulful Celebration”
Arranged by Mervyn Warren, Michael O. Jackson, and Mark Kibble; Choral Arrangement by Teena Chinn

Holiday Lament
Lyrics by Laurence Holzman and Felicia Needleman; Music by Mark Wherry

Hot Rod Sleigh
Words and Music by Toby Keith; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Recorded by Casting Crowns
Words by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Additional Words and Music by Mark Hall, Dale Oliver, and Bernie Herms; Arranged by Mac Huff

Jingle Bells (Sort Of)
Words and Music by James Pierpont; Arranged, with new words, by Jay Althouse

Mistletoe
Words and Music by Justin Bieber, Nasri Atweh, and Adam Messinger; Arranged by Mac Huff

No Time to Diet
Words by David and Bonnie Huntsinger, Linda Rebuck; Music by David and Bonnie Huntsinger; Arranged by David Huntsinger, Tom Fettke, and Thomas Grassi

Past Three O’Clock (with The First Nowell)
Music by Douglas E. Wagner
 

The Restroom Door Said Gentlemen
Lyrics by Bob Rivers

SparkleJollyTwinkleJingley
From the Broadway musical “Elf”
Lyrics by Chad Beguelin; Music by Matthew Sklar; Arranged by Andy Beck

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional English folksong
Additional lyrics by Kirby Shaw; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

’Zat You, Santa Claus?
Words and Music by Jack Fox; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

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June 16, 2012
“Eight Decades of Song”
…an entertaining journey through popular music history

It Don’t Mean a Thing if it Ain’t Got That Swing – 1932
Words by Irving Mills; 
Music by Duke Ellington; Arranged by Mac Huff

I’ve Got the World on a String – 1932
Words by Ted Koehler; 
Music by Harold Arlen; Arranged by Paul Langford

The Big Beat (Medley) – 1940’s
The Big Beat :: 
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy :: Beat me Daddy, Eight to a Bar
Words and Music by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman; 
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans? – 1946
Written by Eddie DeLange and Louis Alter; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Fever – 1956
Recorded by Peggy Lee
Words and Music by John Davenport and Eddie Cooley; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Sixties Hits (Medley) – 1960’s
Wedding Bell Blues (Words and Music by Laura Nyro) :: 
Downtown (Words and Music by Tony Hatch)

Pretty Little Angel Eyes – 1961
Words and Music by Tommy Boyce and Curtis Lee; Arranged by Jay Althouse

Lion Sleeps Tonight – 1961
Lyric and revised Music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti, and Luigi Creatore; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Can’t Buy Me Love – 1964
Recorded by the Beatles
Words and Music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Let’s Hang On – 1965
As recorded by The Manhattan Transfer
Words and Music by Bob Crewe, Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell; 
Arranged by Roger Emerson

What the World Needs Now – 1965
Lyrics by Hal David; 
Music by Burt Bacharach; Arranged by Roger Emerson

Still the One – 1976
Recorded by ORLEANS
Words and Music by John Hall and Johanna Hall; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Old Time Rock & Roll – 1977
Recorded by Bob Seger
Words and Music by George Jackson and Thomas E. Jones III; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Little Shop of Horrors – 1982
From the stage production “Little Shop of Horrors”
Words by Howard Ashman; 
Music by Alan Menken; Arranged by Mark Brymer

Mornin’ – 1983
As recorded by Al Jarreau
Words and music by Al Jarreau, Jay Graydon and David Foster; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

We are the World – 1985
Words and music by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie; 
Arranged by Roger Emerson

Conga Rhythm – 1987
Recorded by Gloria Estefan & The Miami Sound Machine
Words and Music by Gloria Estefan and Enrique Garcia; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Cowboy Take Me Away – 1999
Recorded by The Dixie Chicks
Words and music by Marcus Hummon and Martie Seidel; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Up – 2002
Words and Music by Shania Twain and R. J. Lange; 
Arranged by Teena Chinn

Need You Now – 2009
As recorded by Lady Antebellum
Words and Music by Dave Haywood, Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott, and Josh Kear; 
Arranged by Greg Gilpin

Hey Soul Sister – 2009
As recorded by Train
Words and Music by Pat Monahan, Espen Lind and Amund Bjorkland; 
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Dynamite – 2010
Recorded by Taio Cruz
Words and Music by Taio Cruz, Lukasz Gottwald, Max Martin, Benjamin Levin and Bonnie McKee; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley 

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December 18, 2011
“It’s Christmas… Again!”
…jazzy arrangements of holiday tunes, songs from favorite Christmas movies, carols in big band style, and more

Big Band Carol Medley
From “I’ll Be Home for Christmas: A Musical about Family & Hope in the Golden Days of Radio” by Mark Hayes and Deborah Craig-Claar
I Saw Three Ships (Traditional) :: 
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Traditional) :: Joy to the World (Watts/Handel) :: Foom, Foom, Foom (Spanish Carol/Craig-Claar)

Candy Cane Lane
As recorded by Point Of Grace
Words and Music by Jennifer Zuffinetti; A
rranged by Mac Huff

Carol of the Bells (parody)
Words by Anne Jackson, Patti Ross, and Rhonda Cole Thailkill; 
Music by Mykola Leontovych

The Christ Child Sleeps Tonight
Words by Diane Benson; 
Music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti and Luigi Creatore; Arranged by Alan Billingsley

A Christmas Canon
Traditional Canon and Carols
Arranged, with new words and music, by Sally K. Albrecht

Dancing in Bethlehem
Words by Cathryne E. Park; 
Music by Gary E. Parks

Deck the Hall
Traditional Welsh Carol
Arranged by Mac Huff

It’s Christmas… Again!
Words and Music by David T. Clydesdale; 
Arranged by David T. Clydesdale

Last Christmas
Words and Music by George Michael; 
Arranged by Greg Gilpin

Oh Santa!
Words and Music by Bryan Cox, Jermaine Dupri, and Mariah Carey; 
Arranged by Mike Taylor

The Polar Express / When Christmas Comes To Town
From Warner Bros. Pictures’ “The Polar Express”
Words and Music by Glen Ballard and Alan Silvestri; 
Arranged by Alan Billlingsley

Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer
Words by Robert L. May and Johnny Marks; 
Music by Johnny Marks; Arranged by Paul Langford

Sisters
From “White Christmas” by Irving Berlin
Arranged by Mac Huff

Soulful Christmas (Medley)
Lady Marmalade (Words and Music by Bob Crewe and Kenny Nolan) :: 
Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) (Words and Music by Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich, and Jeff Barry) :: This Christmas (Words and Music by Donny Hathaway and Nadine McKinnor) :: All I Want for Christmas Is You (Words and Music by Mariah Carey and Walter Afanasieff)
Arranged by Mark Brymer

’Tis a Wonderful Thing
Words by Randy Vader; 
Music by Randy Vader and Jay Rouse; Arranged by Jay Rouse

We Need a Little Christmas / Mister Santa (Choral Mash-up)
Mister Santa (Words and Music by Pat Ballard) :: 
We Need a Little Christmas (from Mame) (Words and Music by Jerry Herman)
Arranged by Roger Emerson

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional English folksong
Additional lyrics by Kirby Shaw; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Welcome, Welcome Winter
Words and Music by Greg Gilpin

Yes, Virginia (There’s a Santa Claus)
From the animated holiday movie “Yes, Virginia”
Lyrics by William Schmermerhorn; 
Music by Wesley Whatley; Arranged by Andy Beck

’Zat You, Santa Claus?
Words and Music by Jack Fox; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

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June 11, 2011
“Award Winners”
…celebrating songs, shows and artists that have received special recognition

Africa
Recorded by Toto; 
Words and Music by David Paich and Jeff Pocarro; Arranged by Roger Emerson

Ain’t No Sunshine
Recorded by Bill Withers; 
Words and Music by Bill Withers; Arranged by Mark Brymer

Baby, It’s Cold Outside
From the Motion Picture “Neptune’s Daughter”
By Frank Loesser; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Chain of Fools
As recorded by Aretha Franklin
Words and Music by Don Covay; 
Arranged by Greg Gilpin

Fame
From the M-G-M Motion Picture “Fame”
Music by Michael Gore; 
Lyrics by Dean Pitchford; Arranged by Jeff Funk

Fireflies
The #1 Pop Hit from 2009 by Owl City
Words and Music by Adam Young; 
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Flashdance… What a Feeling
From the Paramount Picture “Flashdance”
Lyrics by Keith Forsey and Irene Cara; 
Music by Giorgio Moroder; Arranged by Kirby Shaw

Haven’t Met You Yet
Words and Music by Michael Bublé, Alan Chang, and Amy Foster; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Hooray for Bollywood
Music by Richard A. Whiting; 
Words by Patti Ross; Arranged by Andy Beck

I Gotta Feeling
The #1 Pop Hit from 2009 by the Black Eyed Peas
Words and Music by Will Adams, Allan Pineda, Jaime Gomez, Stacy Ferguson, David Guetta, and Frederic Riesterer; 
Arranged by Mark Brymer

I’ve Got You Under My Skin
Words and Music by Cole Porter; 
Arranged by Kirby Shaw

I Hope You Dance
Recorded by Lee Ann Womack with Sons of the Desert
Words and Music by Tia Sillers and Mark D. Sanders; 
Arranged by Ed Lojeski

If I Didn’t Have You
From the Walt Disney Pictures Presents a Pixar Animation Studios Film “Monsters, Inc.”
Music and Lyrics by Randy Newman; 
Arranged by Mac Huff

If You Don’t Know Me By Now
As recorded by Seal
Words and Music by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff; 
Arranged by Mike Taylor

Into the West
As performed by Annie Lennox in the motion picture “The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King”
Words and Music by Fran Walsh, Howard Shore, and Annie Lennox; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Jai Ho
From the Motion Picture “Slumdog Millionaire”
Music by A.R. Rahmin; 
Lyrics by Gulzar and Tanvi Shah; Arranged by Mark Brymer

Lil’ Red Riding Hood
Recorded by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs
Words and Music by Ronald Blackwell; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Lyrics and Revised Music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti, and Luigi Creatore; 
Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Single Ladies With a Crush
As performed by the cast of “Glee”
Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) (Words and Music by Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart, Thaddis Harrell, and Beyoncé Knowles) :: 
Crush (Words and Music by Berny Cosgrove, Kevin Clark, Andy Goldmark, and Mark Mueller)
Arranged by Greg Gilpin

Smooth
Recorded by Santana
Words by Rob Thomas; 
Music by Rob Thomas and Itaal Shur; Arranged by Mac Huff

(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life
Featured in the film “Dirty Dancing”
Words and Music by Franke Previtte, John DeNicola, and Donald Markowitz; 
Arranged by Mac Huff

T-R-O-U-B-L-E
Recorded by Travis Tritt
Words and Music by Jerry Chesnut; 
Arranged by Ed Lojeski

Take My Breath Away
From the Paramount Picture “Top Gun”
Words and Music by Giorgio Moroder and Tom Whitlock; 
Arranged by Mark Brymer

Under the Sea
From Walt Disney Pictures “The Little Mermaid”
Lyrics by Howard Ashman; 
Music by Alan Menken; Arranged by Alan Billingsley

Walking in Memphis
Recorded by Marc Cohn
Words and Music by Marc Cohn; 
Arranged by Marc Brymer

When I Fall in Love
Words by Edward Heyman; 
Music by Victor Young; Arranged by Jay Althouse 

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December 12, 2010
“Sing We Now of Christmas”
…toe-tapping holiday tunes, fun excerpts from The Grinch movie, and jazzy variants of traditional songs

 A Celtic Silent Night (Stille Nacht)
words by Joseph Mohr; 
music by Franz Gruber; setting by Patrick Tierney

The Christ Child Sleeps Tonight
words by Diane Benson; 
music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti, and Luigi Creatore; arranged by Alan Billingsley

Christmas Is
words and music by Jay Rouse

Grinch! A Christmas Choral Medley
from the Universal Pictures Motion Picture “Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas”
Welcome Christmas (lyrics by Dr. Seuss, music by Albert Hague) :: You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch (lyrics by Dr. Seuss, music by Albert Hague) :: Perfect Christmas Night (words and music by Paul O’Neill, Robert Kinkel, and Jon Oliva)
arranged by Andy Beck

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
from “Journey of Promises”
tune by Felix Mendelssohn; 
text by Charles Wesley; arranged by Joseph M. Martin

Home on Christmas Day
recorded by Kristin Chenoweth
words and music by Walter Afanasieff and Jay Landers; 
arranged by Mac Huff

Hope is Born Again
words and music by Jim Brickman, Douglas McKelvey, Brent Bourgeois, and Blair Masters

It’s Beginning to Look Like Christmas
words and music by Meredith Willson; 
arranged by Mark Hayes

Jing-a-Ling, Jing-a-Ling
recorded by The Andrews Sisters
words by Don Raye; 
music by Paul Smith; arranged by Mac Huff

Jingle Bells
as recorded by Point of Grace
words and music by John Pierpont; 
arranged by Carl Marsh

A Jolly, Jazzy Christmas
Deck the Hall :: Jolly Old Saint Nicholas
words and music by Douglas E. Wagner

Just in Time for Christmas
recorded by Nancy LaMott
music by David Friedman; 
lyrics by David Zippel; arranged by Keith Christopher

Pause for the Claus
words and music by Kirby Shaw

Rejoice! (A Festive Carol Celebration)
O Come, All Ye Faithful :: O Come, Little Children :: Angels We Have Heard on High :: Good King Wenceslas :: I Saw Three Ships :: Ukranian Bell Carol :: God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen :: Joy to the World :: The First Nowell
words and music by Douglas E. Wagner

Runnin’ to the Manger (Hear the Angels Sing)
words and music by Kirby Shaw

Santa Bossman
words by Patti Ross, Anne Jackson, and Rhonda Cole Thrailkill; 
music by Joan Javits, Philip Springer, and Fred Ebb

Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town
words and music by J. Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie; 
arranged by Paul Langford

Sing We Now of Christmas
traditional French carol
arranged by John Leavitt

Sleigh Ride
music by Leroy Anderson; 
words by Mitchell Parish; arranged by Kirby Shaw

Swing into Christmas Medley
Gettin’ in the Mood (for Christmas) (music by Joseph Garland, words by Brian Setzer and Michael Himelstein) :: Silver Bells (from the Paramount Picture “The Lemon Drop Kid”, words and music by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans) :: I’ll Be Home for Christmas (words and music by Kim Gannon and Walter Kent)
arranged by Mac Huff

We Wish You a Merry Christmas
traditional English folksong
additional Lyrics by Kirby Shaw; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

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June 12, 2010
“Play it Again: Revivals and Remembrances”
…a celebration of musical revivals and songs from well-loved artists “gone too soon”

I’ve Got the Music in Me
words and music by Bias Boshell; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

I’ve Been Everywhere
words and music by Geoff Mack; 
arranged by Jay Althouse

Don’t Stop Believing
as performed by the cast of “Glee”
words and music by Jonathan Cain, Neal Schon, and Steve Perry; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

Aquarius & Let the Sunshine In
from the musical “Hair”
music by Galt MacDermot; 
words by James Rado and Gerome Ragni; arranged by Greg Gilpin

Guys & Dolls Medley
Luck be a Lady :: Fugue for Tinhorns :: Adelaide’s Lament
music and lyrics by Frank Loesser; 
arranged by Mac Huff

Pocketful of Sunshine
recorded by Natasha Bedingfield
words and music by Natasha Bedingfield, Danielle Brisebois and John Shanks; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

Manly Men’s Chorus Extravaganza
by Kurt Knecht

We’re The Men
words and music by Jay Althouse

Old Devil Moon
from the musical and movie “Finian’s Rainbow”
music by Burton Lane; 
words by E.Y. “Yip” Harburg; arranged by Mac Huff

A Star-Spangled Celebration!
This is My Country :: America the Beautiful :: My Country, ’Tis of Thee
arranged by Greg Gilpin

Make Them Hear You
from the musical “Ragtime”
music by Stephen Flaherty; 
lyric by Lynn Ahrens; arranged by Jeff Funk

The Lion Sleeps Tonight
lyric and revised music by George David Weiss, Hugo Peretti, and Luigi Creatore; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

Man in the Mirror
recorded by Michael Jackson
words and music by Glen Ballard and Siedah Garrett; 
arranged by Ed Lojeski

The Way You Make Me Feel
written and composed by Michael Jackson; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

Gone Too Soon
words by Buz Kohan; 
music by Larry Grossman
“Prelude” by Marty Paich; 
arranged by Jay Althouse

This Will Be (an Everlasting Love)
words and music by Marvin Yancy and Chuck Jackson; 
arranged by Greg Gilpin

One
from the musical “A Chorus Line”
music by Marvin Hamlisch; 
lyrics by Edward Kleban; arranged by Anita Kerr

Hallelujah
from the DreamWorks Motion Picture “Shrek”
words and music by Leonard Cohen; 
arranged by Roger Emerson

Eye of the Tiger
words and music by Frank Sullivan and Jim Peterik; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

Theme from Spider Man
recorded by Michael Bublé
written by Bob Harris and Paul Francis Webster; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

You Took Advantage of Me
featured in the motion picture “Fame”
words by Lorenz Hart; 
music by Richard Rogers; arranged by Greg Gilpin

Magic To Do
from the musical “Pippin”
music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

What the World Needs Now
words by Hal David; 
music by Burt Bacharach; arranged by Jay Rouse

We are the World
words and music by Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie; 
arranged by Roger Emerson

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December 13, 2009
“Let’s Have a Christmas Celebration!”
…fun and contemporary arrangements of seasonal songs, with toe-tapping tunes, ballads and humor

Let’s Have A Christmas Celebration
words and music by David T. Clydesdale; 
arranged and orchestrated by David T. Clydesdale

Hear The Winter Wind
words by Susan Bentall Boersma; 
music by David Lantz III

Christmas à La Fa La La
by Jay Althouse

Calypso Lullaby
West Indies Carol
text and setting by Joel Raney

Winter Moon
words by Herb Frombach; 
music by David Lantz III

I Saw Three Ships: A Celtic Christmas Celebration
based upon I Saw Three Ships and Sussex Carol, traditional English carols
arranged by Lloyd Larson

Christmas Is Coming
words and music By Joel Raney

I Need A Silent Night
words and music by Chris Eaton and Amy Grant; 
arranged by Keith Christopher

Jamaican Noel
Jamaican Folk Song
adapted and arranged by Linda Spevacek

Mary, Mary Had-A But One Child
words and music by Jay Althouse

I’d Rather Have My Baby Here For Christmas
words and music by Patti Drennan

Winter Beautiful
by Vicki Tucker Courtney and John Parker

¡Cantar Allegria! (Sing Joy!)
words and music by Lois Brownsey and Marti Lunn Lantz; 
arranged by Lois Brownsey, Marti Lunn Lantz, and David Lantz III

Yuletide Rhythm
by Greg Gilpin

What A Wonderful Child
traditional spiritual arranged by Mary McDonald

God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen
Traditional English Carol
arranged, with additional words and music, by Donald Moore

It’s The Thought That Counts
lyrics by Diane Benson and Bob Stahl; music from Leroy the Redneck Reindeer by Joe Diffie

Holiday Lament
lyrics by Laurence Holzman and Felicia Needleman; 
music by Mark Wherry

A Family Christmas Spectacular
Over the River And Through The Woods :: Up On The House-Top :: Jolly Old Saint Nicholas :: Winter :: Jingle Bells
by Douglas E. Wagner

Jingle Bells
words and music by Kay Thompson, Johnny Mandel and J. Pierpont; 
adapted by Mac Huff

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
words by Sammy Cahn, music by Jule Styne; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

Beboppin’ Santa Claus
words and music by Kirby Shaw

Step Into Christmas
words and music by Elton John and Bernie Taupin; 
arranged by Mac Huff

We Wish You A Merry Christmas
traditional English folksong
arranged by Kirby Shaw
 

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June 13, 2009
“Stage, Screen & Song”
…a fun and lively selection of songs from musical theater, movies and classic pop

Show People
from the musical “Curtains”
words by Fred Ebb and Rupert Holmes, music by John Kander; 
arranged by Mac Huff

Applause!
from the musical “Applause”
words by Lee Adams, music by Charles Strouse; 
arranged by Mark Brymer

Rhythm Of Life
from the musical “Sweet Charity”
words by Dorothy Fields, music by Cy Coleman; 
arranged by Richard Barnes

He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother
words by Bob Russell, music by Bobby Scott; 
arranged by Mark Hayes

Ain’t Misbehavin’
from the musical “Ain’t Misbehavin'”
words by Andy Razaf, music by Thomas “Fats” Waller and Harry Brooks; 
arranged by Larry Shackley

Syncopated Clock
words by Mitchell Parish, music by Leroy Anderson; 
arranged by Greg Gilpin

Transylvania Mania
from the movie “Young Frankenstein”
words and music by Mel Brooks; 
arranged by Mac Huff

Silhouettes
words and music by Frank C. Slay Jr. and Bob Crewe; 
arranged by Tom Gentry

River Deep, Mountain High
words and music by Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich and Phil Spector; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

I Will Always Love You
words and music by Dolly Parton; 
arranged by Mac Huff

Everything Old Is New Again
words and music by Peter Allen and Carole Bayer Sager; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

Mississippi Mud
words and music by James Cavanaugh and Harry Barris; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

Thanks A Lot, But No Thanks
from the movie “It’s Always Fair Weather”
words by Betty Comdin and Adolph Green, music by Andre George Previn; 
arranged by Greg Gilpin

Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ The Boat
from the musical “Guys and Dolls”
words and music by Frank Loesser; 
arranged by Mac Huff

What Is This Feeling?
from the musical “Wicked”
words and music by Stephen Schwartz; 
arranged by Roger Emerson

Into The West
from the movie “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King”
words and music by Fran Walsh, Howard Shore and Annie Lennox; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

She’s Got A Way
words and music by Billy Joel; 
arranged by Mac Huff

It Had Better Be Tonight
from the movie “The Pink Panther”
words by Johnny Mercer, music by Henry Mancini; 
arranged by Alan Billingsley

American Anthem
words and music by Gene Scheer; 
arranged by John Purifoy

Will It Go Round In Circles
words and music by Billy Preston and Bruce Fisher; 
arranged by Kirby Shaw

Friends In Low Places
words and music by DeWayne Blackwell and Earl Bud Lee; 
arranged by Steve Zegree

Little Shop Of Horrors
from the stage show “Little Shop of Horrors”
words by Howard Ashman, music by Alan Menken; 
arranged by Mark Brymer

Goodbye!
from the movie and musical “The Producers”
words and music by Mel Brooks; 
arranged by Mac Huff

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