This work song portrays the conditions in which African Americans found themselves living and working during the Reconstruction era in the post-Civil War South. This incredibly dynamic work is written in a
A lively and fun selection in Spanish, featuring a piano accompaniment characteristic of Cuban rhythms and harmonies. This is an impressive concert or festival piece for any choir.
William Henry Davies' text is given a driving, rhythmic setting for mixed or treble choirs that encourages singer and listener alike to "sing out!" their songs of joy. The contrasting middle section is
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"Perhaps it does not begin. Perhaps it is always. ... Perhaps this day the light begins in us." Jan Richardson's rich and universal text is set with an equally compelling and musically sensitive setting