The award-winning music of Coco's Lunch is performed by choirs and professional vocal ensembles worldwide. Coco's Lunch Sheet Music is suitable for professional groups, community choirs, school choirs (both primary and secondary) and women's and mixed vocal ensembles. Some scores include lead sheets featuring single line melodies with chord symbols, for use by classroom teachers and singing tutors.
Please note that each Coco's Lunch composer has individual pricing and licensing arrangements - when you click on a song you will be taken to that composer's external website for more information and to make sheet music purchases.
By Lisa Young (from the CD Misra Chappu). Commissioned by Young Adelaide Voices for massed choir at the WATU Festival in July 2018. If you loved singing Thulele Mama Ya, you’ll love Ah Zumbeh! A song for SATB or SSAA choir, this song has a great blend of lyrics, vocal percussion and sound-bank language. Watch the song’s premiere at the WATU festival in Adelaide. Buy now.
By Lisa Young (unrecorded). Three or four part round with optional solo, suitable for women's or girl's choir, or mixed voices. Buy.
By Anita Skandarajah & Coco's Lunch (from CD Raise The Tender Heart - out of print). Simple 3 part vocal chant based on improvised language. SAA + Alto lead and djembe notation - suitable for school age, women's voices or mixed choir. Easy to transpose or adapt. Buy
By Lisa Young (from CD Misra Chappu). SATB or SSAA, and now a young singers SSA version with chord symbols if you wish to add accompaniment. This song has a straight ahead, anthem-like quality, is in 4/4, and is a perfect community choir song - if you have a budding soloist you can loop the last chorus so they can improvise away! Buy now.
By Lisa Young (from CD I Wanna Be A Mermaid). Arranged by Jacqueline Gawler. The title track from the latest CD ‘I Wanna Be A Mermaid’. A song that’s fun for choirs of all ages. Original Full Score format of SSAAA(T) (the 5th part can be A3 or Tenor voices) in the keys of C# and D Major provided. Children’s Choir Score SSA (in D Major) with guitar/piano chords. Listen or Buy.
By Lisa Young (from CD Misra Chappu). Misra Chappu was commissioned in January 2014 by The Australian Voices (see the video here). Originally in SATB we now have an SAAA version for Female or Treble choir available on request. Coco’s Lunch will be releasing an SSAAA version on their forth-coming album. It is in 7/4 and incorporates vocal sound-bank and konnakol (vocal percussion). Level: Advanced. Buy here.
By Lisa Young & Ben Robertson (from CD Misra Chappu). Commissioned by Four Winds for the Four Winds Youth Festival November, 2018. Written for SATB with soloist, guitar and percussion (cajon and shakers). SSAA version available later in 2019. It can be performed with easy guitar accompaniment or simply A Cappella. Buy now.
By Lisa Young (from single Other Plans). Originally commissioned by The Australian Voices, this is a fiery rhythmic piece for women's voices or mixed voice choir, and features the South Indian solkattu vocal percussion language known as konnakol. Purchase includes both versions below, or please specify which you require.
Winner 'Best Song Composed' - Australian A Cappella Awards 2015; Nominated 'Best Folk/World Song' - Contemporary A Cappella Recording Awards USA; Nominated 'Best Jazz Song & Best Original Song' - Australian A Cappella Awards 2015.
By Jacqueline Gawler (from CD Blueprint). SAAT plus Alto lead - five part vocal score suitable for women's voices or mixed choir. Featured on the Polyfollia 4th World Choral Showcase compilation CD in FRANCE. Listen or Buy.
Nominated 'Best Song Composed' and 'Best Female Solo' - Australian A Cappella Awards 2015
She Sells Sea Shells
By Jacqueline Gawler (From CD I Wanna Be A Mermaid). Full vocal score including four vocal parts plus optional flute. Suitable for women's voices (must have female tenors or else omit lowest part) or mixed choir. Includes African-inspired percussion parts for djembe, floor tom & cow bell. Listen or Buy.
By Lisa Young (from CD Misra Chappu). Commissioned by Gondwana Choirs, this exciting piece combines konnakol (vocal percussion) and sound-bank sounds. The choir keeps the groove with the tala – hand claps and finger taps. Originally written for SATB in D major, there are SSAA versions for treble voices/women’s choir available in Eb major or F major (best for young voices). Watch Tha Thin Tha by Gondwana live in concert. Buy now.
Version 1 - Original ballad similar to the version on CD Raise The Tender Heart. Suitable for three part female voices, or four part SAA plus Baritone.
Version 2 -From CD A Whole New Way Of Getting Dressed. Five part arrangement for women's voices (or 4 part women's voices plus tenor). Includes basic percussion score.