We choose repertoire based on variety, audience appeal, and singability. The world is full of beautiful music.
Here is a sample of our current songs for performance (including some new ones we're working on):
All of Me—Made famous by Ruth Etting and many others America the Beautiful—Beautiful ballad to America The Armed Forces Medley—Medley of 5 of the US Service songs Can You Feel the Love Tonight—a beautiful ballad from the “Lion King” Dear Hearts and Gentle People—Boston Commons rendition of a famous Bing Crosby Hit Feelin Fine (Well,I Woke this Morning)—Rousing Southern Gospel song From the First Hello—Lovely ballad by Johnny Burke Hang on Little Tomato—Positive and Encouraging Pink Martini's jazz hit from the 1990's Honey/Little Lize Medley— Medley of 2 Traditional American Songs Irish Blessing—Musical rendition for an Irish Blessing of farewell Java Jive—Ode to Coffee performed by many including the Ink Spots and Manhattan Transfer Lords Prayer—Traditional prayer set to music Lost in the Stars—From the Kurt Weill Musical of the same name, "Lost in the Stars" MoonGlow—American Jazz age classic famously recorded by Benny Goodman and many others Star Spangled Banner—Our National Anthem Sweet Georgia Brown—Jazz standard from 1925 Swing Down Chariot—Traditional American spiritual And Others...including Heart of my Heart, Let me Call You Sweet Heart, Wait Til the Sun Shines Nellie
There are also two collections of "Barberpole Cat" Songs we all learn, allowing Barbershoppers to have common repertoire wherever they meet...at conventions, afterglows or just strolling around town. And, perhaps. while at Disney, you could even sing with The Dapper Dans!
Recently discontinued: Hushabye Mountain— Originally sung by Dick VanDyke in the Movie, “Chitty-Chitty Bang, Bang”
Dear Hearts and Gentle People, Boston Commons rendition of a famous Bing Crosby Hit
Don’t Know Why I Love You Like I Do—American Songbook Classic I Will Go Sailing No More—Sung by Buzz Lightyear in “Toy Story” Kokomo—Made famous by the Beach Boys Lonesome Road— Ballad written and originally performed by James Taylor Sunny Side of the Street—Jazz age Favorite by McHugh and Fields What a Wonderful World—Classic, First Recorded by Louis Armstrong Who Will Buy this Wonderful Morning—From the musical, “Oliver” and Other traditional American favorites.