Incorporating the spirituals Oh, What a Beautiful City and In Bright Mansions Above, this extraordinary work creates a poignant musical image of heaven. This is choral writing at its
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A superb arrangement of this well-known spiritual by prolific composer Stacey Gibbs! From the joyous opening, the energetic rhythms portray a picture of the hopeful text. A great festival piece, concert
This bluesy setting requires three treble soloists with power and confidence. The choral backgrounds are deliberately sparse imitating guitar, light organ, and banjo until a climactic group shout. The music
Moving in its simplicity and rich with choral color, this stunning a cappella arrangement of the well-known spiritual is breathtaking in every measure! Now available for women's choir.
Amusing and fun, this arrangement of the popular African American spiritual incorporates spoken refrains and entertaining percussion instruments that bring to life the story of Ezekiel and the valley of dry
This spunky rendition of the timeless spiritual is upbeat and syncopated with tons of personality. Lots of unison makes this piece easy to sing while it builds to an impressively big ending. The inclusion
A rollicking a cappella setting of the popular spiritual, this selection is sure to be a favorite of both choir and audience. This upbeat arrangement provides plenty of teachable moments that your singers
The Facebook video of the Colorado All-State Treble Choir singing this piece from the balconies in the hotel lobby of the Hilton Fort Collins has gone viral for good reason! This a cappella arrangement of
A fast swing intro punctuated by piano, bass, drums, and finger snaps leads into a jazzy arrangement of the traditional spiritual unlike any you've ever heard. The choral parts are fun to sing with scoops,
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
Freshly arranged, this a cappella setting of the well-known spiritual presents a rhythmic harmonization in an upbeat texture that will appeal to better choirs. The integrity of the spiritual is upheld,
This jazz-infused gospel original was inspired by the great spirituals of the past. Marked by invigorating rhythms, bluesy melodies and full harmonies, with a truly authentic gospel-style piano
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,
Langston Hughes' powerful poem addresses the issues of racism, division, poverty, and greed, and Dilworth's inclusion of the African American spiritual I've Been in the Storm So Long
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This vibrant and celebrative piece, written in the style of an African-American spiritual, is written for soprano or mezzo-soprano solo, SATB divisi and piano. The piece gradually builds in intensity and
This original spiritual for male voices is infused with syncopated energy! Opening with a layered speech chorus imitating train sounds, it moves into a Southern gospel feel with a dynamic call and response
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
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
Now available for treble voices! Adapted from the gospel-style interpretation of the hymn His Eye Is on the Sparrow originally performed and recorded by the Georgia Mass Choir, this setting is an
"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,
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This newly composed gospel-styled spiritual innocently begins in four parts before dividing into a full double choir format. Feature a soloist and explore the call and response texture, as well as campfire