Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?
This Depression-era song by Harold Gorman and Yip Harburg is as relevant today as it ever was. Arranger Don Willis has used jazz harmonies in the intro section, and an acappella drumbeat rhythm in the main section of the song. The basses get some of the melody near the end. Based on the original recording of the song by Bing Crosby in 1931.
About the Contributor:
Because I write primarily for a community chorus, open to all, I have worked to make my music accessible to all, yet still challenging for the best singers, My humble wish is to share the joy of singing with everyone, and change the world in the process!
On the Web:
http://singforpeace.net (he started this site!)