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CoverElijah Rock! [level: Medium]
arr. Stacey V. Gibbs | Lori Hetzel Choral Series
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voicing: SSAA | catalog number: SBMP 1430 | price: $2.25
accompaniment: a cappella

A spectacular opening, and a bravado ending are the hallmarks of this vibrant arrangement. Close a concert with this, and a standing ovation will likely greet you.

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CoverMangisondele Nkosi Yam [level: Medium]
arr. Michael Barrett
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voicing: SATB - A B solos | catalog number: SBMP 1421 | price: $2.10
accompaniment: a cappella

The title translates Let Me Be Nearer My Lord, the piece a traditional praise and worship song from the Zulu culture. Two soloists open the piece with a call followed by a response from the choir. Dramatic and powerful, the piece builds, with a rhythmic section at its center.

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CoverSan’bonani/Namhla Kudibene [level: Medium]
arr. Michael Barrett
NewIssue
voicing: SATB - 2 T solos | catalog number: SBMP 1422 | price: $2.10
accompaniment: a cappella

A typical greeting in the Zulu culture, San’bonani is written with the call-and-response technique so strongly associated with traditional South African music. The soloists can be male or female and can take their time when performing their parts. This song can be used as an introduction to a program. It is intended to welcome the audience. The response from the choir “Hololo hololo” is jubilant and may contain ululating and other traditional African noises. Simple hand gestures and waving towards the audience are appropriate. The choir may choose to walk onto stage while singing this piece.

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