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Twice each month a different Barbershop arranger will be featured, along with 3-4 of his/her recent works. One of them might be great for your chorus or quartet.

Dan Naumann

Dan's song arrangements include tunes from several eras; represent many styles; and are voiced variously for men's, women's, and mixed groups. Many arrangements are available for both men and women. The performance levels range from moderately easy to difficult. Some of Dan's arrangements can be ordered from the Barbershop Harmony Society. Custom arrangements can be obtained by contacting Dan directly. View the list of arrangements on Dan's web site.

ABBA Medley is the most popular of Dan's arrangements, especially overseas. This moderately-difficult piece is as fun as it sounds, and it includes "Dancing Queen," "Take A Chance," and "The Winner Takes It All." Available from the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Where Are You Christmas is one of Dan's latest and most popular arrangements. It will be sung by the Greendale Chapter, Midwest Vocal Express (several times top-ten International chorus) at their upcoming Christmas show. This moderately-difficult piece from the movie, "The Grinch", is arranged for men, women, or mixed quartet. Available from the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Zombie Jamboree is a popular choice for youth festivals. It's a hoot, Mon! Hot calypso rhythms, but accessible to most groups. Range is especially suited for young voices. Available from the Barbershop Harmony Society.

Thriller was recently sung by the top-ten Sweet Adelines International Canadian Showtime Chorus at their Carnegie Hall performance. Yes, it's the Michael Jackson hit song. Very campy, creepy and cool. Available from the Barbershop Harmony Society.

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