Camp Music

Contest Music Suggestions can be found HERE

Camp Learning Tracks


The Boys tracks below are in MP3 format and are part predominant in the left channel. So…when you are learning your music, your part will be in the left speaker or headphone. Adjust the balance to the left and when you become comfortable with your part, move the balance towards the right. You can move the balance all the way to the right to remove your part completely.

If you are looking for music for your quartet, please let us know and we will help you find suitable arrangements ANY TIME, not just for Summer Harmony Camp. We may also have learning tracks available for you as well. When you contact us, please tell us what school you attend, you teacher’s name, and your grade.

If you are a Music Educator, you are also welcome to inquire about music and learning tracks for your music program.

Tenor – Highest Part, Lead – Melody
Baritone – Mid-range Harmony, Bass -Low Harmony

Check out this old quartet contest video to get an idea.



Young Men’s Songs

Music (PDF)
Africa M Tn Ld Br Bs1 / Bs2
Hallelujah M T1 / T2 L1 / L2 Br Bs
Combined with the Women
Lida Rose M Tn Ld Br Bs
Let There Be Peace on Earth (Coming Soon) M Tn Ld Br Bs

Young Women’s Songs

Music (PDF)
Bring Me Little Water, Sylvie (Coming Soon)
Happy Together/I’m into Something Good (Coming Soon)
Combined with the Men
Lida Rose M Tn Ld Br Bs
Let There Be Peace on Earth (Coming Soon)
The following are not required for Camp:
These songs are from the Barbershop Harmony Society’s ‘PoleCat’ Book
My Wild Irish Rose
Wait Til The Sun Shines Nellie
Sweet And Lovely
Down Our Way
Honey Little Lize Medley
Let Me Call You Sweetheart
Sweet Sweet Roses Of Morn
Shine On Me
The Story Of The Rose
Sweet Adeline
Down By The Old Mill Stream
You Tell Me Your Dream
This is a HUGE collection of Mens’ TAGS
(short and fun to sing)
Classic Tags For Women
This is a HUGE collection of Womens’ TAGS
(short and fun to sing)

*NOTE – Any notes that do not follow the music (very few) should be sung as in the learning track, not the printed music. These tracks are for learning notes and words. The words should be sung as they are on the paper and the rhythms, tempo, etc are subject to change at the discretion of the director.