"Fought for freedom, had a dream, lived and died for our liberty. That's why we'll be singing freedom's song as long as we shall live." A rhythmically driven piano part supports a popular Natalie Sleeth
Originally published in 1976, this rousing setting of the patriotic standard will be especially effective with the optional parts for brass and percussion: three trumpets, two trombones, tuba, snare drum,
A minimum quantity of 5 is required on this title.
This dynamite selection, which quotes the spiritual Walk Together, Children, offers driving rhythmic excitement straight through to its exuberant conclusion! A superb choice for concert, festival,
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