Where Is The Boy

Slight Variation from Classic Tag

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Date Posted: Wed, 19 Jan 2022
Posted By: alandry01 | More from this user
Key written in: B♭ Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
Lyrics: Where is the boy, where is the boy, the boy I used to be?
Comments: Same notes as Classic Tag. But 1-1/2 step higher. Has added tenor lyric. (Note: Classic Tag has incorrect tenor note on "used" on the learning trax.)

From Bob Landrys Little Black Book of Tags. Notated in "number system" format, with X=Do and 2, 3, 4, etc denoting position in the major scale. An underline pushes the note up a 1/2, no flats. A dash indicates a held note. A slash indicates direction of the next note when further than 1/2 octave. No sight-reading necessary.
Also included the Classic Tag version for reference.

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Sheet Music:

Each recording below is stereo - one part on one side, the other parts on the other side.
Adjust your audio balance control to either hear your part by itself or remove your part so you can harmonise with the other three.


Fred King
Year: 1964

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Al Landry