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Swingin'spirituals For Kids

Swingin'spirituals For Kids

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Collection
Arranger Loonis Mcglohon
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Daybreak Choral Series
Catalog # 08741851
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

Swingin'spirituals For Kids Arranged by Loonis Mcglohon. For Collection. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 08741851, UPC: 073999418514)

Take some well-known spirituals...add a light jazz/swing flavor and you've got a singable, “swingable” collection for young voices useful forall year 'round! Classic and world-renown jazz composer/pianist Loonis McGlohon has put his special touch on songs such as “Sing When the Spirit Says Sing,” “Bound for the Promised Land,” “Go Tell It on the Mountain” and more. The book comes with permission to photocopy music and lyrics making this collection a budget-stretching, flexible answer to creative music for children's choir! Available: Director's Manual (includes reproducible singer pages), ChoirTrax CD (Stereo Accompaniment and Split-Track Accompaniment) and Preview Cassette (full performance). For Gr.1-6.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BOUND FOR THE PROMISED LAND BROWN C  
GO TELL IT ON THE MOUNTAIN BROWN C  
I'M GONNA SING WHEN THE SPIRIT SAYS SING BROWN C  
KING OF LOVE,THE BROWN C  
LORD,I WANT TO BE A CHRISTIAN BROWN C  
STANDIN' IN THE NEED OF PRAYER BROWN C  

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