"Though I have been wounded; aching heart, full of pain, still I rise, yes, still I rise..." With its spiritual-like style, this original choral arrangement with solo speaks poignantly of the struggles of
"Sorida" is a term of greeting in the Shona language of Zimbabwe, similar to "shalom" in Hebrew or "jambo" in Swahili. This massive original work features six percussion instruments, layered divisi vocal
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Although Rosephanye Powell often selects sacred texts for her music, it is the uniqueness of her writing style that enables it to serve both in worship and concert. Ascribe to the Lord, one of her
Sing of the joy, the peace, the hope and the love and let it ring! This original concert work in the gospel style will showcase your choir at their finest. Ideal for community events, worship and concerts
Spirited and rhythmic, this arrangement has lots of inner fire and is easy to prepare. It has repeated phrases, a driving piano accompaniment, and a solo spot for soprano that all combine for a
Based on verses from Mark and Matthew, Rosephanye Powell has given us a wonderful anthem of faith. "Lord, I believe, help my unbelief," is a common theme, interspersed with Bible stories sung by an optional
Traditionally, Nicaraguan mothers sang this lullaby to their children as they rocked them to sleep. This up-tempo arrangement is in the style of a Spanish dance, complete with hand percussion parts,
Rosephanye Powell has established herself as a marvelous composer of new choral works and also arrangements of spirituals. Her treatment of this spiritual standard will not disappoint her followers. Singers
Rosephanye Powell has taken a passionate poem of love by Georgia Douglas Johnson and given us notes that truly sing. I Want to Die While You Love Me celebrates the moment when love is at its
A true music advocacy piece, When I Sing was composed to be a fun song expressing the joy of choral singing. Complete with extensive program notes from the composer, your singers will enjoy
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A new creation from Rosephanye Powell, this large-scale choral work infuses the imagination of singer and listener alike to the great mystery and great joy that is the Trinity - Father, Son, and Holy
This dynamic opening movement from Powell's The Cry of Jeremiah commands the listener's attention from start to finish. A remarkable work for better choirs!
A brilliant fanfare opening is followed by an energetic, rhythmic chorus and a contrasting slower middle section. Then the work builds, starting with one voice part and adding the rest until all are in. A
Rosephanye Powell demonstrates her excellence in multiple genres with this noble commission. Written for SATB choir and organ with optional brass (2 trumpets & 2 trombones) and cymbal, Dr. Powell
This beautiful art-song collection is named after Phillis Wheatley, America's first female African-American poet, whose poems were an inspiration to George Washington as well as many other African-American
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