Sentimental songs for unaccompanied, usually male voices in four-part harmony: a barbershop quartet.
Pages in this category
The following 57 pages are in this category, out of 57 total.
- I dream of Jeanie (Stephen Collins Foster)
- I know what it means to be lonesome (Brockman and Vincent Kendis)
- I never knew (I could love anybody like I'm loving you) (Tom Pitts, Ray Egan, Roy K. Marsh)
- I wonder who's kissing her now (Joseph E. Howard)
- I've been working on the railroad (Traditional)
- Ich will hier bei dir stehen (Glenn O'Brien)
- In all my dreams I dream of you (Al Piantadosi)
- In the good old summer time (George Evans)
- In the Old Town Hall (Harry Pease)
- Ireland must be Heaven (Fred Fisher)