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All the things you are

Bluegrass Student Union version (aka "When All the Things You Are Are Mine")

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Posted By: TheRealBarber, Mon, 21 Feb 2011 More from this user
Key written in: A Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
Comments:I find that in the other version that is on the website that the lead repeats an A times at the beginning of the tag, which is not right. The lead and bari do some fun part switching. Here's what I figured out from that amazing recording.

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Arranger:Walter Latzko Year: unknown
Made famous by:Bluegrass Student Union Year: unknown
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Note that the melody goes below the bass in the beginning, which is how Allen Hatton sang it with Bluegrass Student Union, even though he usually sings the tenor part (and switches to tenor for the echo). We put the whole melody line in the lead part, which ends with a post, for this recording.