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I am planning a concert to salute Disney.  I am aware of all the Disney medleys out there, but want to highlight some songs, by using more sophisticated, perhaps unusual arrangements of some of the great songs. Any suggestions/ideas will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks so much.
on December 17, 2013 7:07pm
This is an absolutely incredible a cappella jazz arrangement of I Wanna Be Like You from The Jungle Book. It's challenging to learn, but a great crowd pleaser and gives the choir opportunites to scat sing, immitate instruments, and other things most of us don't usually get to do. Also, great for working on chord tuning and locking harmonies.
There's also a Variations on Zippidi Doo Dah from Song of the South out there somewhere.
on December 17, 2013 9:00pm
You might check out Matthias E. Becker’s a cappella arrangement of “Everybody wants to be a Cat”; he provides the English but it’s fun starting it in the published German!   Pub. by Gustav Bosse, Kassel, Germany; 1997.
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on January 7, 2014 6:47pm
King's Singers arrangement of Under the Sea.
on March 3, 2014 11:30pm
My name is Adam Gilbert, and I am an arranger from California
I have multiple different Disney medley pieces that you may be interested in. 
If you think you may be interested feel free to email me -adamgilbertproductions(a)
Have a great day!
Adam Gilbert
on March 5, 2014 12:02pm
 Kirby Shaw here. I've arranged a number of Disney tunes over the last 35+ years. Go to and click on "View entire catalogue" and browse on the title and hear the complete recording...Under The Sea, Candle On The Water, Rise Up, Somewhere Out There, Dig Down Deeper, Kiss the Girl, All the Cats Join In, Beauty and the Beast. All are published by Hal Leonard.
And a cautionary note..there are a lot of arrangers out there that sell their arrangements without getting approval from the copyright owners. Beware and take care.
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