Brimming with groove and energy, this arrangement of the popular spiritual is a show-stopper! The syncopated melodies and jazz-infused harmonies are well supported by the piano accompaniment, which features
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This driving arrangement mashes up two iconic melodies: Give Me Oil in My Lamp and Swing Low. Written for SAB choir, this work is accessible while still being meaningful and fun to sing,
Commissioned for the ACDA National Convention in New York, 2003, Rosephanye Powell has brought her classic style to this beloved spiritual. This arrangement is rhythmic, vibrant and fun with excellent vocal
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Two treasured spirituals, Little David, Play on Your Harp and Ezekiel Saw the Wheel, partner in a veritable dance with a lighthearted piano accompaniment. Expertly crafted for two-part
This superb a cappella arrangement is an inspiring tribute to the heroism of Harriet Tubman. Vocal percussion effects, well-written harmonies, train sounds, and call-and-response singing work together to
This work song portrays the conditions in which African Americans found themselves living and working during the post-Civil War reconstruction. This incredibly dynamic work for tenor-bass choir is written
"What will I do with the portion given to me? I will sing." This fantastic work, written in a gospel style with an ecumenical text that challenges each of us to make the most of the lives we've been given,
The river flows steady and calm in this beautiful arrangement of the traditional spiritual edited by Dan Forrest. It is impossible to ignore the underlying intensity which rises and falls as peace, love and
"Over my head I hear music in the air, there must be a God somewhere." The traditional spiritual is a mix of hopeful lyrics about the future, despite our current afflictions. This setting brings an exciting
From two very important composers of our time, the lyrics in this monumental work challenge ideas of racism and discrimination, while the music combines jazz and traditional choral techniques. No
This exuberant gospel setting of the traditional spiritual Glory, Glory Hallelujah partnered with the chorus of The Battle Hymn of the Republic incorporates elements of gospel, jazz,
Building on the original text, this adaptation of the classic spiritual invites the listener to envision and commit to a better, more just world - a world of inclusion, radical kindness, compassion, love,
Were You There? is a meditation for baritone and chorus written for American baritone Charles Wesley Evans. The piano accompaniment is a transcription of an improvisation by Patrick Dupre Quigley.