General Information


Arrangements are for women’s voices.

Learning Tracks

Availability of learning tracks is noted in the description for each song. I don’t make or sell tracks; contact the track producers for pricing.


I cannot send out unlicensed preview copies of copyrighted songs. Titles available from SMP Press, Noteflight Marketplace, and BHS Harmony Marketplace can be previewed online. For titles available through Sweet Adelines, some songs can be previewed; some not. Select the online store, then search on my name. For each title, select the “More Information” link. If the song can be previewed, it’ll be found there.

Commissioned Arrangements

I’m available to do commissioned work, including new arrangements and fixes to intros, tags, and trouble spots in a song. Are you a barbershop songwriter with a song you’d like arranged? I’ve worked with many songwriters on original material. Contact me to discuss your project.

Custom Licensing

The arrangements below are not cleared for online sale, but can be cleared by way of a custom license, specific to your chorus or quartet. Licensing terms and fees are set by the copyright holders.

License through Barbershop Harmony Society (US and Canada)

Customers in the US and Canada can contact the Barbershop Harmony Society for the paperwork to request custom licensing for the songs below. Fees are set by the copyright holders. The BHS cannot clear songs for customers outside of North America. Customers outside the US and Canada need to work through the copyright agencies in their home country.

  • Dangerous Dan McGrew
  • Do the New York / I Got Rhythm Medley (contest uptune) – tracks available from Jen Cooke
  • Let It Go (from Frozen) – tracks available from Donya Metzger
  • Try Everything (from Zootopia) – Performed by Greater Harrisburg Chorus in their 2nd place performance at the 2019 Harmony Classic

License through Alfred Music (online request through the Alfred website)

  • Too Darn Hot – Cole Porter

License through Tresona Music (online request through the Tresona website)

  • Christmas Canon – Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Arranged for 4 parts, overlay, and piano