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Jazz Songs of Innocence
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Title: How Can I Keep From Singing
Publisher: Brilee Music Publishing Co
Composer: Gilpin, Greg
Catalog #: BL789
Gilpin's original setting offers a fresh, soulful melody and interpretation of this classic hymn text. With optional solo opportunities, Gilpin gives the choir lively vocal and accompaniment lines. Sure to be an audience-pleaser, this toe-tapper is appropriate for any concert or festival. Also available for two-part treble voices (BL765), SSA voices (BL704) and three-part mixed voices (BL388).
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