This unique call-and-response piece inspired by African folk idioms is a truly unforgettable worship offering. The choir sings in English and Swahili, with a pronunciation guide and alternate English text
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"Gloria in excelsis deo" is a text we hear most often at Christmas time, but this unique setting can be done throughout the year. It successfully captures the spirit and joy of the South African
Written to commemorate the 1963 bombing of a Birmingham, Alabama church, this a cappella arrangement includes several stanzas not often heard in other versions of the traditional African-American spiritual.
The African American spiritual Steal Away is combined with original material in this creative setting. A prominent tenor solo appears at the beginning, then gives way to the choir and returns again
Your choir is sure to have fun with this! The call-and-response texture adds a distinct African ambience to the Swahili text. The ranges of both the soloist and choir are easily manageable, making the
An interesting spiritual written after the Civil War and after the slaves were freed. However, as the struggles of African Americans continued, it has become a prominent song in the march for equality, even
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