Katrina & The Waves: Walking on Sunshine

Books | 2-Part Choir

Publisher: Hal Leonard
Composer: Kimberly Rew
Format: Sheet Music | Vocal Work
Here's a sunny blast from the past. This 1985 hit by Katrina and the Waves is a super choice for pop/show! Available: SATB, SAB, 2-Part, Instrumental Pak (Combo), ShowTrax Cassette. Performance Time: Approx. 3:00.
No of pages: 16
Language: English
Catalogue No: HL08200710
 
     
       
         
           

            Katrina & The Waves: Walking on Sunshine reviews verified by reevooReevoo

            Quality of content
            5.0
            Value for money
            5.0
            Overall rating
            5.0
            Scores 5.0 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
            3 out of 10

            Susan

            GB Workplace choir manager
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            Reviewer left no comment
            2 part is stretching this catergory. It has little in terms of harmony just 2 parts singing the tune. The piano part is very labour intensive and it is v repetitive. Bought one copy and decided against buying more
            Confirmed purchase: 05 April 2018
            Published on: 19 April 2018

            Dear Susan, thank you for your feedback, I am sorry to hear that you’re disappointed with your purchase, We have a 30 day return and refund policy. If you would like to return your order, please email info@musicroom.com, or call on 01284 725725 and we can arrange this for you. Please quote order no 6278296 in all emails. Kind regards Seb.

            7 out of 10

            Gerald

            GB
            +
            Apart from the repeats it is very clear and a good arrangement
            Too many repeats, very confusing for the singers.
            Confirmed purchase: 31 December 2014
            Published on: 22 January 2015

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            4
            A decent arrangement for beginners to intermediates, although the Coda is among the most complex I have ever seen! It would probably have been better to have written it all out without the complex repeats, although that would have used more paper...Otherwise, a fun sing!
            Anonymous - (Cambridge, United Kingdom)

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