Vault Collection @ Sheet Music Plus
There are a number of reasons why a particular title may have difficult-to-obtain license, or why it may be impractical to re-license, but the arrangements in this "Vault Collection" are all now available for purchase at SheetMusicPlus.com.
I'm happy to make these titles available for purchase through this vendor, which is essentially Hal Leonard's way of allowing any arranger to easily publish his or her arrangements of copyrighted songs without a hassle.
Starting in February 2020, I will be adding Part Tracks, Rhythm Tracks and Minus-One Tracks to each of these titles, so if the tracks for the chart you’re interested in aren’t available yet, either check back in or email me with your interest in those tracks, and I’ll work to make them available as soon as possible. Titles that currently have Part Tracks played on piano or are missing the Minus-One Tracks will be getting vocal part tracks (sung by Kerry) added on a rolling basis over the coming months, as I’m able to record them.
I feel it’s important to differentiate these titles from my own main catalog selections on the following way; Some of these titles were written early in my arranging career, at a time when I didn't maintain the same standards as I do now for notation and demo recording quality, so please adjust your expectations accordingly! These older titles are on my to-do list for both re-engraving and re-recording over the coming year, so you will start to see those new versions advertised. Watch my blog for updates on the revised titles.
There are, of course, more recent titles like "Blue Light, Red Light", "It's You or No One", "My Foolish Heart", "Twelfth of Never", "Whisper Your Name" and a few others for which I'm happy that you'll be seeing the kind of clear notation (and well-recorded demo) of which I would be proud today.
Additionally, titles like “Happy” and “Somebody That I Used to Know” had been unavailable to license until the advent of this relatively new SheetMusicPlus system, so I’m very happy that they can now make their way into the contemporary vocal ensemble world.
In any case, thank you for checking out this collection, and for some, you may enjoy a bit of nostalgia as you listen to the demos on these titles from my arranging and publishing past!