Floatin’ Down the River

SAATB Chorus and Upright Bass

A laid-back vocal jazz piece featuring upright bass and the soloists of your choice.

SKU: MGN-011 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Duration:5-10 Minutes
Language:English
Sacred or Secular:Secular
Voicing:SATB

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