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Danny My Boy

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Posted By: behweemoth, Tue, 9 Dec 2008 More from this user
Key written in: B♭ Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
Comments:Unfortunately, the Learning Tracks provided for this Tag contain a mistake in the Bass track. On the second-to-last chord (“my__”), the Bass should sing D-flat (Db) but is actually singing D-natural in the learning tracks, changing the chord from the written root-position Db6 to a first-inversion and thus weak-voiced Bb7. That messes up the intended emotional feel of the penultimate chord.

Basses, just remember to sing that penultimate note a semitone flatter than you hear on the learning track.

Correction to the note: The bass note of the learning is sung as E-flat, so it is correctly sung a whole tone lower than on the track.

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Arranger:Bob Bohn Year: unknown
Made famous by:Easternaires Year: 1955
Learning tracks sung by:Daniel Gilliswww.vocalharmonies.com 
With thanks to:Daniel Gilliswww.vocalharmonies.com 

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Learned and recorded in 10 minutes(1 take).
Made with the Acapella App. I meant to sing it in Bb, but I actually sang it closer to B.