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An earnest soloist is accompanied by the soulful "oo"s of an a cappella choir during the expressive introduction to this spirited original. Soon we take a turn as the piece bursts into an exciting,...
"...angels watchin' over me, my Lord." This superb a cappella arrangement of the traditional spiritual is a guaranteed success! The basses sing an independent line, which provides a rhythmic backdrop for...
A bouncy piano accompaniment moves this cheerful arrangement along, as the playful melody is passed from voice to voice. Greg has great fun weaving "chatter" through the choir and modulating to the big...
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"Peace, glorious peace, talkin' 'bout a peace, glorious peace..." A syncopated opening bass figure lays the groundwork for this original a cappella spiritual. As the other parts join in, the texture,...
This rousing original spiritual is infused with traditional gospel harmonies, rhythms and articulations, while the timely text expresses an urgent plea for peace. The classic Dona Nobis Pacem canon...
Here's a kickin' gospel original with energy to spare! Spirited syncopations and intricate chord changes authenticate the style, and a short piano solo paves the way for a funky vocal stack that drives to...
In this soulful setting of the traditional spiritual, the word "weary" is sung as a counter-motive to give emphasis to "My God is a rock in a weary land," and the effect is dramatic! As the accented piano...
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