Ain’t We Got Fun? - Choral

From Plank Road Publishing

arr. Mike Wilson

A big hit in the Roaring Twenties, "Ain't We Got Fun?" was published in 1921 as a response to the poverty of the time, promising fun in the face of hardship. It has a foxtrot structure, which also refers to a dance popularized in the same era. Definitely a song for your advanced choirs when you use it as a 3-part mixed arrangement. It incorporates some divisi in parts 2 and 3. You could also perform it in unison if you prefer to do it with younger groups.

Our Plank Road Publishing octavos save you the time spent copying and binding and come in the convenient octavo size (7.0" x 10.25") used by choirs. (Please note: These octavos are NOT reproducible.) Also available for each song are fully orchestrated Performance/ Accompaniment recordings, beautifully recorded, and produced as state-of-the-art tracks.

(Run time: 2:05)

About the Audio RecordingsAudio recordings contain full performance and accompaniment only (instrumental) tracks.

Prod. #
Product Description
Ain’t We Got Fun? - 3-Part Mixed Choral
(minimum of 5)
In stock.
Ain’t We Got Fun? - MasterTracks Performance/Accompaniment CD
In stock.
Ain’t We Got Fun? - Downloadable MasterTracks P/A Audio Only
Performance/Accompaniment MP3s: 15.6MB
Always available

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Song Title
Ain’t We Got Fun?

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