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Capturing the importance of the Greenfield poem and the dramatic story of Harriet Tubman's life, Rollo Dilworth has crafted this powerful spiritual setting. Tubman was a conductor of the Underground
Building on the heritage of the great arrangements of Jester Hairston and Moses Hogan, Rollo Dilworth creates his own unique approach to the traditional spiritual in this setting for treble voices and
Rollo Dilworth has combined this freedom song, sung as an anthem of protest during the civil rights movement to spread the message of faith, determination and perseverance, with the words of the Langston
"My good Lord's done been here, blest my soul and gone away." Here is a spiritual that is not as well known as others, but with the Moses Hogan and Rollo Dilworth touch, it deserves a special place in
Evoking a spirit of adventure and exploration, this well-known poem by Robert Service is vividly set to music in a fresh and contemporary style. Young treble singers will be inspired to perform this
A combination of two traditional spirituals: the first, Is a Light Shining From Heaven, is in a minor key, and the second, Hold Out Your Light, is in a major key. While the first spiritual
Steadfast and strong, this contemporary setting of the traditional spiritual connects with history in a powerful way. Ideal for festival choruses and combined choirs, this is an inspirational selection
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"You can do it, if you put your mind to it. Hold on, keep holding on. Lay your worries on me, I know we'll succeed. Never give up!" With empowering lyrics written by middle school students, this piece
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