With a sweet gentle swing; not a ballad.

Iím In the Mood for Love

It Could Happen To You

A not-very-well-known Johnny Mercer ballad, with a great tag.

I Thought About You

A non-barbershop version.

Itís Only A Paper Moon

An upbeat gospel song, with an original second verse.

Just A Little Talk With Jesus

A set of Elvis Presley hits: Love Me Tender (Quartet), Donít Be Cruel (tenor solo), Heartbreak Hotel (baritone solo), Good Luck Charm (quartet), Hound Dog (lead solo), and Blue Suede Shoes (bass solo).

The King Medley

A nice swing, with the melody in the tenor.

Lullaby of Broadway

Non-barbershopped; with original lyrics for the 2nd verse.


Feature the bass!† The Sinatra hit, with the melody mostly in the bass.

My Way

With the flavor of the Mills Brothers recording.


Not barbershop; and with a wild tag.

A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

Contains: Old Time Religion, Standing In The Need Of Prayer, Down By The Riverside, and Do Lord.

Old Time Religion Medley

A great swing tune, and mellow all the way; with an original bridge.

Sentimental Journey

Contains: September Song, September in the Rain, and September Morn.

September Medley

The hit recorded by the Crew Cuts.

SH-BOOM (Life Could Be A Dream)

A swinging up-tune.† The melody is in the tenor to keep the chords nice and tight; with an original bridge.

Sophisticated Swing

A Hoagy Carmichael/Johnny Mercer standard.


The church hymn, with a modern second verse.

This Is My Fatherís World

The Paul Stukey classic. (But itís not easy!)

The Wedding Song

From the Statler Brothers, with some playful background stuff.

Whatever Happened to Randolph Scott

Tenor solo, with quartet background including lots of neat bell-chords. The Anne Murray hit.

You Needed Me

Music with a smooth sound.

Mellow Music

Following are my arrangements for menís voices.

A swinging up-tune.

Crazy Rhythm/Fascinating Rhythm Medley

This medley contains: April Showers, In The Good Old Summer Time, Autumn Leaves, and Winter Wonderland.† Autumn Leaves is an original, smooth sound; the others are taken from existing published barbershop


Four Seasons Medley

The Doo-Wop classic.

Goodnight, Sweetheart (Well, Itís Time to Go)

A beautiful spiritual.

He Went to the Cross Loving You

Give your baritone a chance!† The melody here is in the baritone part throughout; with a neat tag.

I Donít Know Why/It Had To Be You Medley

A nice ballad from the 1933 movie.

I Covered The Waterfront

Menís Arrangements


Three cheers for the musical artistry of Erroll Garner, who wrote this gorgeous song!† The melody is in the tenor except for the bridge.† And a really cool tag!


This is another great Johnny Mercer ballad, from the 1930ís movie of the same name.† The melody switches between the tenor and the lead.