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Charged with gospel-style excitement, this traditional spiritual comes alive with energy and style. A powerful chorus, hand claps, a stacked vocal section and a key change build to a big ending that is sure
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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
The famous text of Charles A. Tindley's hymn The Storm Is Passing Over forms the lyric framework for this modern concert gospel piece. This powerful setting is marked by sturdy gospel harmonies, a
Building on the heritage of the great arrangements of Jester Hairston and Moses Hogan, Rollo Dilworth creates his own unique approach to the traditional spiritual in this setting for treble voices and
This exciting setting of the favorite spiritual will make your women's or mixed choir sound fantastic! With crisp rhythmic figures, call-and-response phrases, unexpected harmonic turns, and handclaps, it is
The wistful layered melodies, undulating piano accompaniment, and plaintive violin obbligato create a mysterious atmosphere in this accessible work that tells the story of the Underground Railroad. Arranged
This jazz-infused gospel original was inspired by the great spirituals of the past. Marked by invigorating rhythms, bluesy melodies and full harmonies, with a truly authentic gospel-style piano
Opening expressively with a solo, this spiritual favorite moves forward into a brisk tempo that will showcase developing SSA choirs with style! Well-written vocal parts and a supportive accompaniment make
This vivid and powerful work is loosely inspired by the traditional spiritual Didn't It Rain. It opens with a recollection of the story of Noah's flood, then shifts to reflect on the impact of
Your singers will develop important expressive skills in this setting of two traditional spirituals, Walk Together, Children and There's Going to Be a Meeting Here Tonight, that combine in
Throughout their history, African American spirituals have been sung in a variety of contexts. From plantation fields to places of worship to concert halls, the genre has served the purpose of communicating
Adapted from the gospel-style interpretation of the hymn His Eye Is on the Sparrow, originally performed and recorded by the Georgia Mass Choir, this setting has been lowered a step and a bass part
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.
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 accessible, well-crafted arrangement of the traditional spiritual features solid vocal harmonies over a rhythmic gospel piano accompaniment. It's full of spirit and joy!
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Set in a spirited gospel swing, this traditional African American spiritual is paired with When the Saints Go Marching In in an arrangement with a dynamic modern feel. With both songs
Incorporating the spiritual All Night, All Day, this original gospel work by Rollo Dilworth makes a wonderful selection for young singers. The 6/8 groove and repetitive rhythms are easily learned
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