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Expressing all of the ways in which we are blessed, this original composition uses repetitive rhythms, chordal harmonies, and simple percussion patterns to achieve a fun, uplifting moment in concert or
Three popular spirituals: When the Train Comes Along; This Train and The Gospel Train, make up this dynamic and rhythmic mini-medley. Packing tons of energy, it's also a fabulous
Fresh contemporary harmonies and cool syncopation grace this highly creative arrangement of the traditional spiritual. The spirited, vibrant mood is enhanced by the rhythmically supportive accompaniment. A
Your choristers will love singing this upbeat setting of a traditional spiritual that has clever syncopations and a fun piano accompaniment. Every listener will welcome this delightful selection,
This bright, upbeat pairing of the spirituals I Ain't Gonna Grieve My Lord No More and I Got Shoes features call and response and simple harmonies supported by a fun, rhythmic piano
"Tell ol' Pharaoh to let my people go!" What a creative way to introduce this spiritual to your young singers! Call-and-response vocals, lots of unison singing, a little drama, and a
A slow opening section blossoms into a rhythmic, energetic setting of this traditional spiritual for soloist and choir. A cappella throughout, with a call-and-response texture between the soloist and the
Complete with handclaps and snaps, young and developing choirs are certain to enjoy this playful and engaging arrangement of the traditional spiritual. "Way in the middle, in the middle of the air, Ezekiel
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