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
This joyful American song speaks of how we will "all rise together" in the morning, reflecting on the idea of leaving the troubles of the world to embark on a better day. The hopeful text and cheerful
"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
Robert T. Gibson's fantastic arrangement of This Little Light of Mine will appeal to many levels of treble choruses. Singable and skillfully arranged, this setting is fun, exciting, and captures
A thoughtful and simply constructed arrangement of this well-known spiritual that highlights the historical integrity of the song. A sense of urgency is apparent through the build-up of textures and
Stacey Gibbs' setting of My God Is a Rock is dynamic and challenging while still upholding the authenticity of the spiritual. Texturally captivating and unique in its construction, it features two
Incorporating Albert Brumley's I'll Fly Away and the traditional spiritual Now Let Me Fly, this exciting a cappella arrangement for women's choirs offers a sophisticated challenge with
The traditional text of this powerful spiritual is set to a new tune in this innovative arrangement which combines 4/4 and 12/8 meters. Feelings of great longing and desperation in the text are expressed
This exceptional spiritual arrangement is filled with excitement from beginning to end! The melody of the refrain is well supported by a steady ostinato-like vocal accompaniment; all voices come together on
Dan Davison's gift for writing for developing voices is exemplified through this driving original based on the Biblical story of Elijah. The music is filled with articulations such as staccatos, tenutos,
Here is a radical modernization of a traditional American spiritual, combining shape-note singing, ancient Latin chant, and elements of dub step music. Choirs are encouraged to sing with the early-American
A mournful yet hopeful spiritual, beautifully arranged by Paul Christiansen. The text speaks of how we long for our heavenly home as our time on earth comes to a close. Very achievable by many levels.
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