After opening with a deeply reflective solo, this offering turns into a boisterous gospel anthem. Independent parts are used in this arrangement, and women's and men's voices both split into three
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This wonderful arrangement of the old gospel favorite by Albert E. Bramley will both please and delight your congregation. A challenging, exciting, yet accessible four-hand accompaniment will be a treat for
This exciting spiritual, with accompaniment for high, medium, and low conga drums, is an unusually appealing number for a wide variety of uses from smaller choirs through massed choir performances.
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This a cappella setting of Yonder Come Day was created for the 2015 Conference of the National Collegiate Choral Association. Composer Paul John Rudoi’s music stems from a deeply rooted
"I am thankful for the journey...I am hopeful for the future...since I lay my burdens down." While this choral work is indeed a gospel powerhouse, it maintains a restrained, easy gospel feel that
Blues nuances and stylized vocals that are easy to master and great fun to sing characterize this dynamic arrangement of this traditional spiritual. Great for school or church, it includes optional solos
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