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Two-Gether We Sing: Spirituals

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Teacher's Edition
Desc Reproducible
Arranger Albrecht/Althouse/Be
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 37997

Price: $29.99

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Two-Gether We Sing: Spirituals Arranged by Albrecht/Althouse/Be. For Teacher's Edition. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 37997, UPC: 038081424699)

Two-gether We Sing: Spirituals offers 10 fabulous beginning 2-part selections for year-round use. These spirited arrangements feature timeless melodies with strong, independent counterlines, great for young and developing choirs. It s the perfect way to introduce your groups to reading and performing 2-part choral music. And don t forget, separate Reproducible Student Pages (without the piano parts) are included as PDF files on the Enhanced SoundTrax CD. Try putting together a program grouping of several of these songs. Sing one, sing two, sing a few! 100% reproducible. Grades 2-7.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL NIGHT, ALL DAY  
ANIMALS A-COMIN’  
DOWN BY THE RIVERSIDE  
EZEKIEL AND DAVID  
IF I HAVE MY TICKET  
KUM BA YAH  
RISE, SHINE, LITTLE LIGHT  
WADE IN THE WATER  
WHAT YOU GONNA CALL YOUR PRETTY LITTLE  
WHO WILL BE A WITNESS?  

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