Barbershop for Babies

Composer
trad.
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Full details

This arrangement is a rather humorous attempt to write a medley of nursery rhymes in the barbershop style. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star was first published in 1806. The composer is unknown, but the lyrics are thought to be by Jane Taylor. Three Blind Mice was published in 1805. Again the composer is anonymous, but the lyrics are thought to be by Thomas Ravenscroft. Baa Baa Black Sheep and Hickory Dickory Dock were published in 1744 and 1765 respectively and have unknown composers and lyricists. Please let me know of any performances.


Score ID
91865
Composer
trad.
Lyricist
anon.
Difficulty
Not applicable (e.g. worksheet)
Duration
2 minutes
Instrumentation
Choir (barbershop)
Genre
Other
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Licensing

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