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What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor

Title: What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor
Voicing/Format: Ttbb
Publisher: Carl Fischer, Llc
Arranger: Eddleman, David
Catalog #: CM8959

Price: $2.25
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David Eddleman is one of the most creative and gifted arrangers/composers of our day. With huge success in choral publications with Carl Fischer, David has once again created a first class arrangement. From the mumblings of the sailors on board ship to the stomps of their boots on the deck, the audience will actually see and hear the dilemma of this song being played out right before their ears and eyes. Fast rhythmic tempos and clever articulations of words, combined with the wonderfully written parts for harmonic interest, this piece becomes a favorite!
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