Pop Music for Spring for Men’s Choirs

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Stanton’s Sheet Music suggests that you welcome summer in style by closing out your school year with some of these great popular music choices for men’s choirs.  Whether you’re looking for current pop, a doo-wop favorite or an energetic medley, we’ll help you find the perfect fit for your ensemble!

Angels, the Robbie Williams pop hit from 1997, was a powerhouse men’s choir feature on the BBC show “Last Choir Standing.”  An inspirational choice and great motivator for your guys!

Rocketing to popularity with the film “Beverly Hills Cop” and more recently with the internet sensation Crazy Frog, Axel F retains incredible popularity with all ages.  This a cappella setting will be tons of fun to perform with mixed or men’s voicings.

Let’s Hang On, the 1965 hit by Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons and featured in the Broadway musical “Jersey Boys” makes an incredible showcase for men’s choirs of all ages. Hot! Hot! Hot!

Israel Kamakawiwo’ole‘s Hawaiian-style Over the Rainbow has become a prevalent part of today’s popular music.  Performed in Glee‘s first season finale by Matthew Morrison and Mark Salling, the unique setting has been sung by several American Idol contestants and featured in several TV shows and movies.  In this creative arrangement, a divisi choir accompanies the soloist, duet, or small group, performing a cappella or with optional piano, ukulele or guitar.

For more suggestions, check out our video below, or contact us. Shop Stanton’s for all your sheet music needs!

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