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Noteworthy

BYU Noteworthy

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Amy Whitcomb; Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
3:41
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Viva la Vida
Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
4:06
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Apologize
Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
3:09
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Battlefield
Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
4:19
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Crazy Little Thing Called Love
Ricky Parkinson; Nabby Parkinson; BYU Noteworthy
3:00
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Come, Come, Ye Saints (Arr. Catherine Papworth)
Traditional; Amy Whitcomb; Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
3:50
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Without You / I Will Wait / With or Without You (Mashup)
Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
4:21
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Ergen deda
Traditional; Petar Lyondev; BYU Noteworthy
1:31
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Into the West
Dan Dunn; BYU Noteworthy
4:29
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Backseat
Amy Whitcomb; BYU Noteworthy
3:23
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Sister Act Medley: Joyful, Joyful / Oh Happy Day
Ludwig van Beethoven; Mervyn Warren; Henry van Dyke; Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
2:50
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How Great Thou Art (Arr. Catherine Papworth)
Traditional; Catherine Papworth; BYU Noteworthy
4:11
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You Can't Stop the Beat
Ricky Parkinson; BYU Noteworthy
4:02
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    46:52
Noteworthy is the self-titled album from Brigham Young University's all-female a cappella group. The nine singers combine vocal percussion, humour and tight harmonies on a varied repertoire that includes rock, pop, country, jazz, R&B, spiritual and other musical styles.

"We're nine ladies who love to share our love of music, each other and our faith through a cappella music!"
- BYU Noteworthy
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BYU Records Studio Masters

Produced by Ben Fales, Catherine Papworth, Keith Evans, McKay Crockett
Executive producer: Ben Fales
Mastering engineer: Troy Sales
Editor: Lena Harper
Designer: A.J. Rich

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