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Sheet Music about Civil Rights (5)
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Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
Keep Your Eyes on the Prize Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
J. David Moore - Fresh Ayre Music

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Selma 1965: Let My People Go
Selma 1965: Let My People Go Selma 1965: Let My People Go
arr. Rollo A. Dilworth - Hal Leonard Corporation

Steadfast and strong, this contemporary setting of the traditional spiritual connects with history in a powerful way. Ideal for festival choruses and combined choirs, this is an inspirational selection

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Turn Me 'Round
Turn Me 'Round Turn Me 'Round
arr. Earlene Rentz - Heritage Music Press
Editors Choice Selection Basic Library Item
Turn Me 'Round, which was especially popular during the Civil Rights Movement, is paired with Poor Wayfaring Stranger in this mini-medley. The text offers hope and inspiration while encouraging... view details
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We Shall Overcome
We Shall Overcome We Shall Overcome
arr. J. David Moore - Fresh Ayre Music

A 19th-century spiritual re-consecrated by Pete Seeger and The Weavers as the best known anthem for the American Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Arranged to be sung on the march, this version begins

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Woke Up This Morning
Woke Up This Morning Woke Up This Morning
Jeffrey Douma - G. Schirmer, Inc.

This traditional freedom song gained special significance during the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s and maintains its importance still. This setting, arranged for the Yale Glee Club, is strong and

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