Go Tell It on the Mountain

For Mixed Choir (SATB), piano, bass and violin

This arrangement of the well known spiritual would suit a good school, college or community choir. It is light and a little jazzy in style. While it can be accompanied by piano alone, the addition of string bass and solo violin is to be recommended. Drum kit could also be an optional addition from letter F onwards, if desired.

SKU: GTT-020 Categories: , Instrumentation:
Season or Event:Advent, Christmas, General, Winter
Descriptive Tags:Fun, Love, Praise, Spirituals
Instrumentation:Bass, Piano, Violin
Sacred or Secular:Sacred
Duration:1-5 Minutes


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