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    Top 2012 Customer Picks for Choir and Band

    Our editors have their work cut out for them when choosing which titles to include in our Editors’ Choice series each year.  We did some digging to find out which titles Pepper customers favored this past year and were pleased to see that, for the most part, you liked what we liked.  Here is a list of the top 10 picks for both band and choir music, amongst you, our customers!

    For Choir:

    1. Firework – Katy Perry, arr. Alan Billingsley – 10274183
    2. O Come All Ye Faithful – arr. Dan Forrest – 10312016
    3. All on a Silent Night – Becki Slagle Mayo – 10307377
    4. How Great Our Joy! – arr. Craig Courtney – 10312008
    5. Blessings – Laura Story, arr. Heather Sorenson – 10292259
    6. Jar of Hearts – Christina Perri, arr. Andy Beck – 10288773
    7. Tshotsholoza – arr. Jeffery L. Ames – 10276407
    8. If I Only Had a Brain – Harold Arlen/E.Y. Harburg, arr. Sally Albrecht – 10274821
    9. Earth Song – Frank Ticheli – 10027720
    10. Baba Yetu – Christopher Tin – 10277920

    Top Picks for Band
    For Band:

    1. Foundry – John Mackey – 10282825
    2. Jungle Dance – Brain Balmages – 10279417
    3. The Seal Lullaby – Eric Whitacre – 10281862
    4. Dynamite – Taio Cruz, arr. Victor Lopez – 10279716
    5. Above and Beyond – James Swearingen – 10280771
    6. Rolling in the Deep – Adele Adkins, arr. James Kazik – 10299425
    7. Firework – Katy Perry, arr. Michael Story – 10279776
    8. Ignition – Todd Stalter – 10280022
    9. Aces of the Air March – Karl King, arr. James Swearingen – 10280589
    10. Blue and Green Music – Samuel R. Hazo – 10281804

    Were your top picks for 2012 included in the lists above?  Tell us YOUR favorites!


    Mandy Kubikhttp://jwpepper.com
    Singer/Songwriter; Keyboard, Piano, Flute Player; Certified Associate Recording Engineer/Producer; Music Advocate; Regional Manager, J.W. Pepper, Michigan

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