(Is this the way to) Amarillo? is about a man travelling to find his fiancee in Amarillo, TX. Apparently Amarillo was chosen to feature in the song because it rhymes with 'willow' and 'pillow' and I suppose you can't argue with logic like that! After the second verse and chorus there's a chance to go a cappella: the piano can leave out the small notes and give the singers a chance to show off what they can do! Faber Choral Singles offer a series of beautifully crafted arrangements in a diversity of musical styles for today's choirs. From Broadway, pop and folk to spirituals, gospel and original works, the Faber Choral Singles series guarantees the perfect repertoire for every occasion.
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| Format ||Choral Octavo|
| Instrumentation ||with Piano|
| Instrument ||Choir|
| Genre ||Secular|
| Category ||Choral Octavo|
| Level ||Elementary|
| Shipping Weight||0.06 lbs |
|Alfred Publishing Item ||12-057153791X|
|Product Code ||YL12-057153791X|
| ISBN 10 ||057153791X|
| EAN ||9780571537914|
Alexander L'Estrange : Arranger
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