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Enrique Granados was born on this day in 1867, in the city of Lleida, Spain.  As a young man, he first studied piano… read more

July 29th

Join Us for EXCELLENCE IN CHORAL LITERATURE

Stanton’s Sheet Music is pleased to announce our 22nd annual Excellence in Choral Literature Clinic on Saturday August… read more

July 27th

Happy Birthday, Enrique Granados!

Enrique Granados was born on this day in 1867, in the city of Lleida, Spain. As a young man, he first studied piano… read more

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Down In The Valley To Pray
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Title: Down In The Valley To Pray


Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger: Althouse, Jay
Catalog #: 23637
Grade: 3
Series: Church Choral Price: $1.75

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This is a simple yet stunning arrangement of the captivating folk ballad popularized by the movie, "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Jay Althouse has re-introduced its original text, quietly underscored by a haunting, Copland-esque keyboard accompaniment. After the ballad is sung in canon, it segues quite naturally into the traditional spiritual, "Jesus Walked That Lonesome Valley." Easy to prepare, yet unforgettable for the entire church year, especially All Saints', Ash Wednesday, Eastertide and Lent, as well as school concerts and festivals.
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