How is it possible to keep a spiritual favorite rooted in the past but sounding so new? In this arena, Stacey Gibbs is superb. This energetic arrangement was premiered at the ACDA National
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The Moses Hogan a cappella arrangement of this spiritual is an absolute showstopper, and has electrified audiences since its debut in 1996. Now men's and women's choirs can experience the same excitement
This spiritual original uses three 19th-century melodies: the shape-note hymn The Promised Land and two Appalachian fiddle tunes, Santa Anna's Retreat and The Temperance Reel.
This classic spiritual is given the utmost care in this stellar arrangement for women's voices. The sensitive writing delivers layers of beauty that cascade effortlessly from the printed page. Unison
Here's a very appealing, spirited a cappella choral! It sounds more difficult than it is, which allows a variety of choirs the opportunity to be challenged by unaccompanied singing. A soloist or small
Here's a strong feature for a cappella men's voices, with baritone solo. Especially effective are the dynamics, which build dramatically to a powerful ending. "God's gonna build up Zion's walls!"
Premiering at the 2017 ACDA national conference, this challenging new a cappella setting of the traditional spiritual is a piece every accomplished men's choir will want to learn and perform. This mournful
Now available in men's and women's voicings, this powerful original Moses Hogan spiritual has a multi-layered texture that is both challenging and invigorating.
This exciting a 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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"Listen to me like a sensible man." Everyone will sit up and listen when your mixed choir - or men's choir - hits the first measure of this infectious spiritual. Great rhythms, a touch of jazz and
Good news for male choruses, this setting by Stacey Gibbs never expands to divisi voices. There are a few chords near the end, but that's it. That means this joyful spiritual can work with about any size
This familiar song sounds and feels as if it has always been a part of the folk song or spiritual genre. In this a cappella setting, optional percussion can be utilized to enliven the texture. Equally
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