This is an incredibly dynamic newly-composed spiritual with a rhythmic drive that is true to the spiritual and gospel style. This would make a fantastic concert closer for any performance.
Trouble the Water combines three well-loved spirituals: Wade in the Water, I Wanna Die Easy, and Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel to create an incredibly effective and dynamic work. All of
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Were You There? is a meditation for baritone and chorus written for American baritone Charles Wesley Evans. The piano accompaniment is a transcription of an improvisation by Patrick Dupré Quigley.
Alice Parker has created a setting of this beautiful American song that is simple, authentic, and warm. A good chance to feature a soloist, with accompanimental choral parts beneath.
This setting of We Shall Overcome, a key anthem of the civil rights movement is both dynamic and well crafted. Great attention has been paid to the construction of the vocals, which throughout the work act
This beautiful arrangement marries the traditional African-American spiritual melody of Steal Away with a quasi-improvisational ostinato accompaniment over a wonderfully written solo/group part. Suitable
This arrangement of Travelin' Shoes is a driving and unique interpretation. Excellent vocal construction makes for vocal lines that are fun to sing, highly achievable, and will be a dramatic
Rhythmic, driving, and intense, this is a rich selection for three-part treble choruses. A lesser-known spiritual speaking to themes of home, journey, and trial, this is an accessible and dynamic
The first movement from Averitt's collection of four American shape note folk songs and hymns. Though presented traditionally both melodically and harmonically in the choral lines, the four hand piano
The second movement from Averitt's collection of four American shape note folk songs and hymns. This upbeat rendition of the American folk hymn features a dynamic four hand piano accompaniment that sets a
This third movement from Averitt's collection of American shape note folk songs and hymns is Let Me Go. Presented in an a cappella setting that retains the style and traditional open harmonic
The fourth and final movement from Averitt's collection of American shape note folk songs and hymns. This setting is presented with a festival style four hand piano accompaniment that establishes a fast and
The incomparable Uzee Brown has set this dynamic traditional spiritual for tenor-bass voices. Fantastic vocal lines with expansive ranges are supported by a solid piano accompaniment along with solo
"Over my head I hear music in the air, there must be a God somewhere." The traditional spiritual is a mix of hopeful lyrics about the future, despite our current afflictions. Arranged for mature tenor-bass
An extended introduction hints at the excitement to come with melodic fragments and original material that erupt into a rhythmic and driving setting of this well-loved Spiritual. Fun to sing, with
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