This traditional spiritual encourages us all to persevere even in times of challenge and adversity. Set in a gospel style with call and response and repeated refrains, this work builds to a climactic chorus
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A common theme among African American spirituals is "the great judgment day" and the idea of hoping for a better tomorrow. Incorporating quotes from Great Day and I Wanna Be Ready as well
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Inspired by the Joseph Jennings arrangement of this same tune for Chanticleer, this arrangement combines the five-syllable "halleluia" with the timeless melody of the old spiritual. A true gospel piano part
Scored for a cappella divisi mixed chorus, the driving ostinato found in the bass and baritone voices along with the stratification of textures create one of the most engaging compositions of the year.
Selected for the Jonathan Talberg Series, this is a vivacious arrangement of the Spiritual, "Hold On." John Tebay's setting is a tremendous concert closer. Full of energy and originality, this
Freshly arranged, this a cappella setting of the well-known spiritual presents a rhythmic harmonization in an upbeat texture that will appeal to better choirs. The integrity of the spiritual is upheld,
This joyful American song speaks of how we will "all rise together" in the morning, reflecting on the idea of leaving the troubles of the world to embark on a better day. The hopeful text and cheerful
First written as the bright, opening movement of Heavenly Home: Three American Songs, this enduring gospel favorite is set with a straightforward first verse and chorus. The next two verses combine
Don't miss this extraordinary original a cappella spiritual! An insistent melody opens the piece in unison, then fully develops with rhythmic syncopations, varied choral textures, and dramatic dynamics. A
This moving work was commissioned by the Choral Arts Society of Washington in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and premiered at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. It was described by
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