Ding Dong Swing
For Chorus and Piano
by Paul Nahay (2012)
Ding Dong Swing, by Paul Nahay (b. 1958), email@example.com.
.wma file (4 MB) of the world premiere performance on December 9, 2012, by
The Chesapeake Chorale
at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, Bowie, Maryland.
for that concert.
(The tempo on this recording is considerably slower than that which I prefer and perform myself.)
- This choral arrangement was composed
between September 22 and October 29, 2012. It is based upon an arrangement, of at least a decade earlier, created
and performed by Paul Nahay and Jody Marshall, hammered dulcimer player.
of the SATB/Piano score, version 20121201.1200
of the piano part only, on four pages, so the accompanist has fewer, or no, page turns.
- MP3 of MIDI export from Finale,
all four SATB parts and piano.
- MP3s of MIDI exports from Finale, with only one vocal part and piano,
panned left and right, so that listener may "mix" individual vocal part and piano as desired:
- Audio excerpt of the original composition, for dulcimer and piano (recorded by hammer dulcimer player Jody Marshall, with Paul on piano):
Click here, then click the gray "play" button
to the left of "15. Ding Dong Swing". (Jody's album is really great, and is a great Xmas gift for the music lovers on your list!)
- Gimme Dat Ding, by
Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood, as performed by The Pipkins. "Ding Dong Swing" makes a very brief reference to
this brilliant, hilarious song!