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Goin'to Bethlehem

Title: Goin'to Bethlehem


Voicing/Format: Ttbb
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Composer: Althouse, Jay
Catalog #: 23585
Series: Choral Designs
Description: A Cappella Archive Editio Price: $2.25

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This exciting original Christmas spiritual by Jay Althouse opens with the men stating the rhythmic theme, followed by the middle voices and finally the sopranos. The three verses include much repetition but plenty of surprises-including a women's section contrasted by the men, and an optional high descant on the driving finish. A fresh new work that's solidly rooted in the classic spiritual traditions. An Althouse winner and a must for your holiday concerts!
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