This unique arrangement of the beloved African-American spiritual is sure to engage singers in the history of the text. The driving melodic lines, all of which are supported by an energized, "running"
Your audience or congregation will love hearing your choir sing "Dancin' at the Rock of Jerusalem!" Donald Moore's driving, rhythmic original spiritual is loads of fun! The ranges for either SAB or SSA
Here's a strong feature for a cappella men's voices, with baritone solo. Especially effective are the dynamics, which build dramatically to a powerful ending. "God's gonna build up Zion's walls!"
The traditional spiritual is arranged with understated simplicity in this a cappella setting. When unison phrases give way to lovely, satisfying harmonies, the result is compelling, replete with pathos and
Your men will enjoy learning and performing this accessible arrangement of the favorite spiritual. Precise articulation of the text, dynamics, and rhythmic figures will make your students better singers.
This spiritual setting of the Psalm 139 text, supported by a driving piano accompaniment and optional tambourine, really rocks! Wonderful harmonic moments and fun interplay between the voices provide
In this straightforward arrangement, unison passages, harmonic interest and melodic interplay make the traditional spiritual an excellent program feature for high school and collegiate choirs.
This rockin' R & B choral suggests that we must care for those around us, because it's the right thing to do. A fun, up-tempo addition to any concert, Gonna Love My Brother is sure to inspire
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