This Canadian folk song from Quebec is arranged for voices, piano, and optional percussion. Light, spirited, and full of fun, it's a popular choice for festivals, adjudications, concerts, and contest
Long considered "the" original version of this timeless spiritual. The true authenticity of the African-American musical heritage is captured in this Dawson rendition.
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Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies is an Appalachian folk song that has been given a new original melody in this lilting setting. The lyrical choral parts set up a wonderful contrast with the
From the master arranger of spirituals, this one is probably Hairston's most famous - and rightfully so. It's popular with choirs and audiences and is a favorite for festivals!
This is a very modern and vibrant arrangement of the timeless spiritual which features a spectacular opening and a rousing ending that will challenge your singers and electrify the audience. There is some
If you have a very talented choir looking for a challenge, this is an absolutely "must do" spiritual! The use of the many variants of the text allows the music to maximize the use of gospel-style
This exciting spiritual, with accompaniment for high, medium, and low conga drums, is an unusually appealing number suitable for a wide variety of uses, from smaller choirs to massed choir
Based on a traditional spiritual, with piano and optional percussion, this thoughtful concert work urges children to restore the earth through environmental advocacy and repair. Appropriate for Earth Day or
This southern gospel spiritual will raise the roof of your concert hall or sanctuary with a "Saturday night revival" feel and foot-tapping a cappella harmonies! Add the hand-claps to bring it on home!
Premiered at the World Choral Symposium in Minneapolis, this gospel praise song was inspired by the spiritual Over My Head. The dynamic piano accompaniment adds to the excitement, making this a
A perennial festival favorite, particularly for younger choirs, the arranger catches the mood of the train theme of the piece in a most artistic and delightful fashion.
Brimming with dynamic contrasts, rhythmic nuances and textual percussiveness, this spirital is an absolute thrill to sing and hear. "When I go to walk that golden street, nothin' gonna stumble, stumble my