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Swing Low Sing Low (When The Saints Go M

Title: Swing Low Sing Low (When The Saints Go M
Voicing/Format: SATB
Publisher: Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Arranger: Kern, Philip
Catalog #: 23014

Price: $1.85
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A brilliant pairing of two favorite spirituals by Philip Kern. It's a high energy setting of "When the Saints Go Marchin' In," incorporating two exciting and original counter lines, ultimately combined with the familiar strains of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot." A spirited knockout! Opens with an energized unison, drives through a lively two-part partner song section, features a stunning solo verse accompanied by a finger-snapping a cappella choir, and grows into a full singing, multi-theme, raise-the-roof finish. Surprisingly not difficult to sing with appropriate vocal ranges, tuneful counter lines, and straightforward harmonic writing. Awesome instrumental parts or SoundTrax CD are available.
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