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Calling Newbie and Oldie arrangers

I would like to present to CASA a hip new blog that has a huge section about a cappella arranging. SmarterMusic ( empowers and enriches by teaching skills that any arranger uses when making a cappella arrangements.

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Introducing MusicaRanger!

I would like to introduce a new custom arrangement service, MusicaRanger! MusicaRanger makes tailored music arrangements to fit your needs, venues, and skill levels. Need a techno arrangement of Autumn Leaves for an all-male group, or a doo-wop spin on Gimmie More for a female quartet? No problem. How about an antiphonal double-ensemble composition for dueling trios, or a song for unaccompanied voice? We're stoked to meet you.

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Cherry Hill High School West FERMATA BOHSA Semi-finals

Congratulations to Cherry Hill West’s Fermata, the girls’ a cappella singing group. Fermata received first runner up in the Varsity Vocals Best of High School A Cappella Competition on Saturday March 21. The group competed against nine other schools from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts. Fermata also received the best choreography award in the competition. Senior Morgan Wallace created all of the choreography for the group. Fermata is directed by James Boeckle. Congratulations to all!

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My Day With Vocal Forte

I had the distinct privilege of spending the day with the very talented members of Vocal Forte of Haddon Heights (NJ) Baptist High School. Vocal Forte is a group I had first seen as a judge at the Mid-Atlantic semi-final round of the 2009 ICHSA’s in Cherry Hill, NJ.

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A Cappella Records Announces Internship Program

A Cappella Records is excited to announce the launch of its summer internship program. This program is a great way for motivated individuals to get involved in the a cappella music business in a number of capacities: copywriting, web design, licensing, research etc. For more information about the program visit: