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Feel The Spirit Vol 2
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Feel The Spirit Vol 2

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format SATB
Arranger Moses Hogan
Artist Chicago/Kansas/Paris
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Choral Collection
Catalog # 08744710

Price: $18.95

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Feel The Spirit Vol 2 Arranged by Moses Hogan. Performed by Chicago/Kansas/Paris. For SATB. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08744710, UPC: 073999658613)

With a foreward by Mormon Tabernacle Choir Director Craig Jessop, this new collection of Moses Hogan originals and arrangements is a welcome addition to the first volume. Essential for every director's library, it includes: Certainly, Lord • Climbin' up the Mountain • Give Me That Old Time Religion • I'll Make the Difference (A Song of Hope for Singers Around the World) • Like a Mighty Stream • Music down in My Soul • Ride On, King Jesus and 28 more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLIND MAN AEROSMITH PERRY/TYLER/RHOADS  
CALVARY AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
CERTAINLY LORD TRADITIONAL  
CLIMBIN' UP THE MOUNTAIN TRADITIONAL  
DEEP RIVER PARKENING,CHRISTOPH AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
GIVE ME JESUS SWENEY/CROSBY/AFRICA  
GIVE ME THAT OLD TIME RELIGION TRADITIONAL  
GLORY GLORY GLORY TO THE NEW BORN KING HOGAN,MOSES  
HOLD ON CHICAGO/KANSAS/PARIS WINE/BOURGEOIS/WILSO  
I AM A POOR PILGRIM AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
I GOT A HOME ON THAT ROCK TRADITIONAL SPIRITUA  
I'LL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE (A SONG OF HOPE HOGAN,MOSES  
LET THE HEAVEN LIGHT SHINE ON ME TRADITIONAL SPIRITUA  
LIFT EV'RY VOICE AND SING JOHNSON/JOHNSON  
LIKE A MIGHTY STREAM HOGAN/JACOBSON  
MR BANJO CREOLE FOLKSONG  
MUSIC DOWN IN MY SOUL AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE (AMERICA) SMITH,S.F./MUSICUS  
NO HIDING PLACE BOYER-ALEXANDER,REN  
O MAGNIFY THE LORD TUNNEY/TUNNEY/O'SHIE  
RIDE ON KING JESUS AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
SOMETIMES I FEEL LIKE A MOTHERLESS CHILD DAVIS/TRADITIONAL  
STAND BY ME KING/PRESLEY/GILLEY/ KING/TINDLEY/LEIBER/  
WE SHALL WALK THROUGH THE VALLEY IN PEAC AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
WHO BUILT THE ARK AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
YOU BETTER MIN' HOW YOU TALK AFRICAN-AMERICAN SPI  
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