This wildly popular arrangement is a favorite with choral festivals all over the country. Beginning in the style of a bluegrass trio, the piece opens into a four-part gospel celebration of the power of song
The Foundation for Small Voices advocates for school music programs in many ways. Proceeds from sheet music sales of this piece by co-founder Jim Papoulis go directly to the Music Changes the World project.
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This haunting song by U2, as recorded on The King's Singers' Good Vibrations album, is a fitting tribute to Martin Luther King for a cappella choirs. It continues to be popular for concerts and festivals
This song from "Ragtime" is especially relevant today due to the social significance of the movie "Selma." In a riveting moment of musical theater, just before he is killed by the police, Coalhouse Walker,
With Langston Hughes' famous poetry at the forefront, the composer has created a gorgeous and tender work that truly brings light to a darkened world. The piece was composed as a memorial to a family, and
The Chicago Tribune writes: "Moving among styles ranging from Lutheran hymnody to blues to Broadway, this modern-day Passion will move many listeners to tears even as it reaches beyond tragedy to peace,
Bounding with abundant energy, this anthem features the central message of our faith, using the words of Micah 6:8: "to act with justice, to love tenderly, and to serve one another." Useful for themes of
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The title track from Mark Miller's new songbook Roll Down, Justice! is now soulfully set for mixed voices, including an optional congregation part for use in worship. The call for justice is made
This gospel/jazz song is best known for the 1967 Nina Simone recording. It makes a wonderful choral showcase, testifying to the longing for freedom and justice for all people.
From Craig Hella Johnson's important work, this movement for treble chorus with three soprano soloists was inspired by a deer that had been lying by the fence near Matthew when he was found, near death:
Remembering a time when life was full of promise and dreaming was an activity filled with hope, a tenor soloist carries this stirring piece from Craig Hella Johnson's major work. With a contemporary
From Craig Hella Johnson's important work, this piece is a wonderful feature for soprano soloist and choir. Styled like a folk hymn, this beautiful piece promotes healing and acceptance in a lush a cappella
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
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
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