Stacey is known for his dynamic and expressive arrangements of Spirituals, and his setting of "Joshua" proves why. He preserves the traditional spiritual while bringing in fresh and creative changes that
"Though I have been wounded; aching heart, full of pain, still I rise, yes, still I rise..." With its spiritual-like style, this original choral arrangement with solo speaks poignantly of the struggles of
This superb arrangement by Stacey Gibbs of this well-known spiritual is engaging and well crafted. From the start, the energetic rhythms and choral divisi help to paint an energetic picture of the turbulent
Premiered at the ACDA National Conference in 2017, this is a glorious arrangement. Stacey has delivered a new setting of a favorite American hymn teeming with those rich and luscious harmonies that make you
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Premiered at the ACDA National Convention in 2017 and written for the Bruce Rogers Series, this piece is a first in many ways. Stacey Gibbs, the reigning king of Spiritual arrangements and Richard Burchard,
Stacey Gibbs' a cappella setting of this familiar spiritual is fun to sing and rewarding to hear. Accessible to choirs of many levels, this arrangement will certainly leave a lasting impression on your
This spectacular spiritual arrangement is inspiring and well-written. The 4-part male voices are throughout with some divisi near the end. The play on words and energetic writing will make this a
A brilliant fanfare opening is followed by an energetic, rhythmic chorus and a contrasting slower middle section. Then the work builds, starting with one voice part and adding the rest until all are in. A
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
Spirited and rhythmic, this arrangement has lots of inner fire and is easy to prepare. It has repeated phrases, a driving piano accompaniment, and a solo spot for soprano that all combine for a
Premiered at the ACDA National Convention 2015, this piece marks the first double choir arrangement for a spiritual. In a few short years Stacy Gibbs has earned the reputation as the most sought-after
Dick Bolks has taken this Jack Halloran classic and made it accessible for accompanied or a cappella choirs while retaining the enthusiasm of the original. This is guaranteed to be the highlight of your
Selected by Paul A. Smith for his excellent choral series, Bruce Rogers also selected this work for the ACDA National Honor Choir in Miami, 2007. Those are two fabulous endorsements for this outstanding
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