Sizzling with celebratory rhythmic energy, this Zambian folk song loosely translates as: "Those who sing have the right to be called the children of God." The only accompanying instruments are hand drum
This heart-pounding setting of the Dies Irae is becoming a favorite at festivals and honor choirs. Driving rhythms overlap with flowing lines to create a piece that is easy to learn and impressive in
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Subtitled Standing Tall, this original work combines Swahili and English phrases about standing with hope, strength, acceptance, and a positive spirit - all in an accessible world music style.
The text comes to spirited life as this gospel-style setting lauds the value of a song to improve the quality of our lives. Chord symbols are included for the addition of instruments or improvisation by the
"There is no frigate like a book" and "I never saw a moor": two short pieces with inspirational texts are set to music with great artistic flair. The first piece is in unison, the second in two parts.
A gently syncopated rhythmic pulse underscores this setting of the traditional Appalachian folk song, giving it a subtle, spiritual-like feeling. The dynamics are especially effective as the voice parts