Lone Prairie

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Date Posted: Tue, 16 Dec 2008
Posted By: behweemoth | More from this user
Key written in: F Major
How many parts: 4
Type: Barbershop
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Comments: Bob Landry writes: I have the vinyl recording by the Luboff men. It was made in the early 1950s. We sang the full arrangement in the Albuquerque Chapter when I directed them in 1953-54. It was taken off the recording by Doc Hyden of the El Paso Chapter. Although this tag is close to the original and fun to sing - it is not complete. If you listen to the recording you will hear that they do two more measures after the ending you have here. I will try to make an MP3 of the recording and send it in. I have attached the NoteWorthy Composer notation file.

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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.

Attributions

Arranger
Norman Luboff
Year: 1966

Made famous by
Norman Luboff Choir
Year: unknown

Learning tracks sung by
Daniel Gillis
www.vocalharmonies.com

With thanks to
Daniel Gillis
www.vocalharmonies.com

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