Straight Street Sheet Music (Lead Sheet)

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Five part chant with basic percussion and vocal percussion ending. Arranged by Jacqueline Gawler. Level: Advanced.

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Buy here. Includes percussion. Written for SATB with soloist, guitar and percussion cajon and shakers. SSAA version available later in It can be performed with easy guitar accompaniment or simply A Cappella. By Lisa Young from single Other Plans. Originally commissioned by The Australian Voices, this is a fiery rhythmic piece for women's voices or mixed voice choir, and features the South Indian solkattu vocal percussion language known as konnakol.

Purchase includes both versions below, or please specify which you require. SAAT plus Alto lead - five part vocal score suitable for women's voices or mixed choir. Listen o r Buy. Full score and lead sheet with chords suitable for guitar or piano. Full vocal score including four vocal parts plus optional flute.

Suitable for women's voices must have female tenors or else omit lowest part or mixed choir. SAA - easily adapted for mixed voice choir. Five part vocal score for mixed choir or women's voices, with basic percussion. Also includes a simplified three part arrangement, lyric sheet and lead line song chart. Commissioned by Gondwana Choirs, this exciting piece combines konnakol vocal percussion and sound-bank sounds.

The choir keeps the groove with the tala — hand claps and finger taps. Watch Tha Thin Tha by Gondwana live in concert. From the Coco's Lunch album 'Blueprint'. Combines konnakol vocal percussion and lingual scat sounds. Five part vocal score for mixed choir or women's voices. Includes basic percussion score. Purchase includes both versions below.

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Suitable for three part female voices, or four part SAA plus Baritone. Cookies allow us to personalize content and ads, to provide social media-related features and analyze our traffic. We also share information on the use of our site with our social media partners, advertising and analytics, which can combine them with other information you have provided to them or collected in your use of their services. Learn more and set cookies Close. Digital Sheet Music.

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Genres Song 1. Composer Charley Straight. Charley Straight - United States USA. He started his career in accompanying singer Gene Greene in Vaudeville. In , he began working at the Imperial Piano Roll Company in Chicago, where he recorded dozens of piano rolls. He became a popular bandleader in Chicago during the s.

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In describing 'Rufenreddy', the fifth in the series, the ragtime historian 'Perfessor' Bill Edwards stated: The actual parentage of this piece will likely remain obscured to some degree, since Bargy's collaborator, Charley Straight, more or less may have let Bargy take credit when the piano rolls of the Eight Piano Syncopations were transcribed into sheet music form. It is likely that Straight wrote the bulk of the composition in , and Bargy added many of his individual touches to it in the performance, the end result being that there is some of each of them within.

Straight died in Chicago on the evening of September 22, , after being struck by a car.