This piece is a traditional praise and worship song from the Zulu culture and is written in the isicathamiya style - a cappella singing with close harmonies - that originated among Zulu mine
Shosholoza is a traditional South African work song that originated with the miners and railroad track layers, but later became a song associated with the freedom struggles of apartheid.
Three of the most well-known South African folk songs have been arranged for mixed choir in a cappella arrangements that are stylistically accurate and exciting to sing! Detailed performance notes include
This South African song is believed to have originated during the difficult Apartheid years and performed as a peaceful protest song. Tuba is translated as "a dove," and the call and response texture makes
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