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And So It's Over

(aka "Goodnight, Goodnight, Goodnight")

Rating: 3.4/5
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Posted By: jrbedford, Tue, 28 Aug 2012 More from this user
Key written in: unknown
How many parts: 4
Type: Other male
Lyrics:Goodnight, goodnight, goodnight
Comments:Pretty tag, but difficult to tune the end as it's two Major 7th chords in a row. Could be that the lead is supposed to sing 7 twice rather than 1 twice and then 7 at the end.

Great bass/bari duet on parallel 5ths. Easy tenor post.

Could pitch it in whatever key depending on range of individual voices, probably as low as Ab if your bass has a solid E, or pitch it as high as F if your lead can sing high stuff lightly and in tune... tenors probably won't struggle with a high C post as long as they can sing it softly.

There's another version of the same tag that is similar in style but quite different.

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