An earnest soloist is accompanied by the soulful "oo"s of an a cappella choir during the expressive introduction to this spirited original. Soon we take a turn as the piece bursts into an exciting,
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This Train Is Bound for Glory, When the Saints Go Marching In. Step one: sing a familiar spiritual; step two: combine with a catchy partner melody; step three: introduce "When the Saints Go Marching In;"
Dry Bones has never been this much fun! Mark begins by telling the story of Ezekiel's vision with his own original lyrics. Wonderful changes in feeling, sometimes dramatic, sometimes rhythmic, make
Here's an energetic, accessible spiritual arrangement that will go over big with your middle school choir. The swingin' tempo and gospel chords kick-start the excitement, and hand claps in the final refrain
This original selection combines folk and gospel elements in a laid-back style in the pattern of a traditional spiritual. A symbolic text leads to crossing the metaphoric River Jordan as the music recalls
Here's a kickin' gospel original with energy to spare! Spirited syncopations and intricate chord changes authenticate the style, and a short piano solo paves the way for a funky vocal stack that drives to
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Adapted from Jay's popular American Folk Songs for Solo Singers, this remarkable new choral arrangement works beautifully! The languid minor-key melody is passed from soloist to choir and part to
Here's a superb choral arrangement of this classic spiritual! It opens with a choral fanfare-like section and progresses through several swinging sections to a climactic finish. This is Mark Hayes at his
A walking bass line, built on the blues scale, hints at jazz in the introduction of this fantastically fun arrangement of the traditional spiritual. Each of three verses develops further as the piece grows
With the opportunity to feature several soloists, this arrangement is filled with inspiration and great energy from the beginning to the end. "There’s a great camp meetin' in the Promised Land!"
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