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Hal Leonard Unpublished-to-Published Project Update for BHS Arrangers

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 Greetings BHS Arrangers! Because the world of print licensing can be both complicated and confusing, I wanted to stop, check in, make sure you are clear what is BHS policy and what is mandated by copyright law. As you all know, the publishing industry has changed significantly. In the past they were making so much money they didn’t care about smaller groups like BHS. Times have radically changed...
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Hal Leonard Publishing says: “Get Guys Singing with Barbershop Harmony”

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Nothing better than being known by the friends you keep, and our partnership with Hal Leonard, the world's largest publisher of sheet music, certainly proves it. Look what they have to say in their back-to-school promotion to retailers:   The new school year is here - and doesn't every choir director wish they had a way to get guys interested in joining choir? With a renewed interest in a capp...
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BHS Publishing & Hal Leonard: Partnership Update

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Do have an arrangement in the BHS catalog? Then this update is for you! In 1996, the BHS and Hal Leonard entered into a blanket agreement covering the “Unpublished Catalog” that allowed for those arrangements cleared with what is called a “permission to arrange” (or “PTA/custom”) license to be made available for general sale with the understanding that the primary customer base would be the Socie...
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Expanded barbershop offerings now online at Hal Leonard

As reported previously, the Society's music publishing efforts will be vastly expanded by a new worldwide distribution deal with  Hal Leonard Corporation,  the world’s largest music print publisher and digital content provider. We're delighted to report the first batch of titles have been released online, with a terrific new look that has great shelf appeal.
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Hal Leonard publishing deal will vastly expand global distribution of  Society’s arrangements

MILWAUKEE – Hal Leonard Corporation has reached an agreement with the Nashville-based Barbershop Harmony Society to expand the scope of products in its global distribution deal. The world’s largest publisher of songbooks and music education materials has had a relationship with the Barbershop Harmony Society since 2007. Hal Leonard has used the Society’s arrangements in its popular Close Harmon...
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Hallelujah

Hallelujah It's not a sacred song, although it's rife with Biblical references. It's not a love song, although it mentions what love is not. It might be the only song that describes its own chord progressions ("the fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift.") You've heard it covered by John Cale, k.d. lang, My Chemical Romance, and it has appeared in countless TV shows and films, includ...
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Puzzling “Hallelujah” haunts, perplexes, hypnotizes

Hallelujah It's not a sacred song, although it's rife with Biblical references. It's not a love song, although it mentions what love is not. It might be the only song that describes its own chord progressions ("the fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift.") You've heard it covered by John Cale, k.d. lang, My Chemical Romance, and it has appeared in countless TV shows and films, includ...
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Music

  Music Planning the Repertoire Your repertoire is your quartet’s performance backpack. In it you should find items you use every day (crowd pleasing favorites), items you only use at specific times of the year (holidays) and items you use for specific events (National Anthems.) Start planning your repertoire when the quartet is first organized. There are a number of factors to conside...
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2016 Annual Report

              91% of the Nashville residents who attended wanted to attend more barbershop events in the future.                       2016 grants awarded by the Society and supported by Harmony Foundation International donors        ...
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Intro to Barbershop: Fuel for your barbershop fire!

So you show up at barbershop chorus rehearsal, and someone hands you a folder full of music. “Let’s get started,” says the director, looking sharp in his polo with the Barbershop Harmony Society emblem over the heart. “Pitch, please.” A reedy B-flat is sounded, and off you  go. Where did all that barbershop stuff come from? The music, the clothes, the pitch pipe -- where? Like any sport, the bar...
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