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Broadway Musicals in the Barbershop Style

Broadway Hits Adapted for Any Barbershop Ensemble

On the hunt for a showstopper your audience will know and love? In a quartet of Broadway fans? Here are four of musical theater’s most popular tunes, arranged for any ensemble to sing.

1. Edelweiss

from The Sound of Music

arranged by Rob Campbell | Difficulty Level: 2


Named after a flower found in the Alps, “Edelweiss” is a song of patriotism and love through the darkest times. Often mistakenly believed to be an Austrian folk song, this song from The Sound of Music is a tender addition to any program.

This beloved number was also the last song ever written together by Rodgers and Hammerstein.

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2. Be Our Guest

from Beauty and the Beast

arranged by Steve Delehanty | Difficulty Level: 3

One of Disney’s most celebrated songs, “Be Our Guest” has been nominated for multiple Golden Globe and Academy awards. A beauty and a beast, Steve Delehanty’s arrangement will challenge your ensemble but add an upbeat, charming number to your performance.

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3. The Lion Sleeps Tonight

from The Lion King

arranged by Scott Turnbull | Difficulty Level: 1

Originally written in Zulu and recorded by South African musician Solomon Linda, “The Lion Sleeps Tonight” was covered by artists all over the world before being used in Disney’s The Lion King in 1994.

This arrangement by Scott Turnbull has a tenor feature and is accessible by any level ensemble.

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4. Do You Hear the People Sing?

from Les Miserables

arranged by Tom Gentry | Difficulty Level: 3

The multiple award-winning show Les Miserables is one of the longest-running productions in Broadway history and was repopularized within the last decade by way of the successful 2012 film adaptation.

As one of the show’s most recognizable songs, this Tom Gentry arrangement of “Do You Hear the People Sing?” is a powerful addition to any ensemble’s repertoire.

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