The traditional spirituals Down by the Riverside and Wade in the Water are joined with the original Take Me to the Water to create a gospel-style choral that packs a triple punch!
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The Facebook video of the Colorado All-State Treble Choir singing this piece from the balconies in the hotel lobby of the Hilton Fort Collins has gone viral for good reason! This a cappella arrangement of
Here's a superb choral arrangement of this classic spiritual! It opens with a choral fanfare-like section and progresses through several swinging sections to a climactic finish. This is Mark Hayes at his
Edge-of-your-seat excitement! This modern take on the traditional spiritual features strong choral writing with nice harmonic moments and interplay between voices complemented by a spirited piano part. The
This fine choral arrangement sounds like it's fresth from the Appalachian mountains. Treble choirs will delight in singing this popular folk song.
This arrangement of the beloved spiritual "Steal Away" covers a wide dynamic and tonal range, from the ethereal opening and closing to powerful fortes in both verses. The SAB voicing makes it a welcome
Rich choral textures and a warm harmonic palette enhance the emotion and audience appeal of this popular spiritual arrangement. There are a few short sections with divisi, but singers should find the vocal
This superb a cappella arrangement is an inspiring tribute to the heroism of Harriet Tubman. Vocal percussion effects, well-written harmonies, train sounds, and call-and-response singing work together to
A new take on a classic spiritual, this arrangement is both uptempo and rhythmical. With a solo that extends for most of the work accompanied by rhythmic ostinatos in both the choral and piano
Johnson's artistically crafted piano accompaniment creates a gentle, wave-like motion to support the warm, lush choral textures and harmonies in this superb arrangement of the beloved spiritual. This
Moving in its simplicity and rich with choral color, this stunning a cappella arrangement of the well-known spiritual is breathtaking in every measure! Now available for women's choir.
This beautiful arrangement marries the traditional African American spiritual melody of Steal Away with a quasi-improvisational ostinato accompaniment over a wonderfully written solo/group part.
Singers will love this spirited, creative setting of the traditional spiritual! All three parts have the opportunity to sing the melody and the stylistic, accessible accompaniment enhances the engaging
Trouble the Water combines three well-loved spirituals - Wade in the Water; I Wanna Die Easy and Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel? - to create an incredibly effective and dynamic
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This superb arrangement by Stacey Gibbs of this well-known spiritual is engaging and well crafted. From the start, the energetic rhythms and choral divisi help to paint an energetic picture of the turbulent
Encouragement, determination and fundamental human rights sing out in this spiritual with the powerful line, "You got a right to the tree of life!" Sung with a diverse range of vocal sound in a loose,
This setting of the Appalachian song reflects the change in text that appeared in the 2000 movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?," where this tune was used for the baptism scene. Fun to sing, with great
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