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Ogo Ni Fun Oluwa (Glory To God In The Hi

Title: Ogo Ni Fun Oluwa (Glory To God In The Hi
Voicing/Format: Ssaa
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Powell, Rosephanye
Catalog #: 08703418

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Now available for women's voices! Here is an exuberant celebration of the birth of Christ through layered African polyrhythms and call-and-response vocal phrases. The singers encourage the audience to rejoice, shout and clap with them, making this selection a wonderful processional or concert opener. Percussion, Yoruba translation and pronunciation are included. Available separately: SATB, SSAA a cappella. Duration: ca. 2:30.
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