This setting of the Appalachian song reflects the change in text that appeared in the 2000 movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?," where this tune was used for the baptism scene. Fun to sing, with great
The piece is a combination of two 19th-century spirituals, Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child and I Don't Feel Like I'se Anyways Tired, sparked by listening to the John and Ruby
A setting of a Civil Rights-era standard with driving piano and simple, direct vocal arrangement with lots of unison singing. Accessible for choirs of any level and any age and a great cross-curricular
A 19th-century spiritual re-consecrated by Pete Seeger and The Weavers as the best known anthem for the American Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Arranged to be sung on the march, this version begins
Here is a vigorous spiritual from the Georgia Sea Islands, traditionally sung on New Year's Eve but can be programmed at any time of year. In an a cappella setting for mixed choir and featured soloist(s),
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