May 14


For your listening pleasure, the Barton Hills Choir presents their latest CD. Click on any track to play it. To download the song from a Windows computer, right-click on the track for download options. On a Mac control-click and select ‘download linked file.”


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Nov 29

Enjoy these three songs recorded from the performance of the Barton Hills Choir with the Austin High School Glee Club on November 15:

Corner of the SkyCorner of the Sky

Crazy Little Thing Called LoveCrazy Little Thing Called Love

Rockin’ RobinRockin’ Robin

Barton Hills Choir and Austin High School Glee Club – vocals
Gavin Tabone – keyboards
Jason Brint – bass
Jake Perlman – drums

Photo by Jesse DeLaCruz


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Dec 21

Here are eleven songs recorded for your holiday enjoyment by the sixth grade members of the Barton Hills Choir. Download them and play them on your iPod, your hi-fi, or in your car!

Sleigh RideSleigh Ride

Winter WonderlandWinter Wonderland

The Most Wonderful Time of the YearThe Most Wonderful Time of the Year

A Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)A Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)

Santa Claus is Coming to TownSanta Claus is Coming to Town

Let It Snow!Let It Snow!

Rudolph the Red Nosed ReindeerRudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer

Silver BellsSilver Bells

Rockin’ Around The Christmas TreeRockin’ Around The Christmas Tree

Frosty The SnowmanFrosty The Snowman

Jingle Bell RockJingle Bell Rock

Download CD cover/insert and disc label.

Barton Hills 6th Grade Choir and Sara Hickman – vocals
Gavin Tabone – keyboards and bass
Aaron Dembe – guitar
Jake Perlman – percussion
Arnie Yanez – percussion on A Christmas Song, Silver Bells, and Frosty The Snowman

CD produced by Gavin Tabone
Recorded at Barton Hills Elementary School
Mixed and mastered by Jake Perlman
CD Design by Lance Schriner


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Jun 01

Here is Rockin’ Robin for choir members to rehearse during the summer.  This version is performed by Barton Hills Choir third graders, with director Gavin Tabone playing all of the musical instruments – bass, claps, snaps, piano, whistle, and tweedle part. A third grader is singing lead.

Rockin’ RobinRockin’ Robin

How to play and download songs on the BHC web site

Fun facts:

  • Composed by Jimmie Thomas, Rockin’ Robin was originally a hit for Bobby Day, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, in 1958.
  • Michael Jackson recorded and released a cover version of Rockin’ Robin in 1972, which was taken from his first solo album titled Got to Be There.

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