I Got A Robe

for baritone solo, and a cappella SATB choir

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Voicing:SATB
Language:English
Descriptive Tags:Spirituals

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    SATB
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    English
    Latin
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    for SATB choir a cappella
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    SATB
    3'30"
    English
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    for SATB/unison voices and keyboard
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    SATB
    Unison
    6'30"
    English
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    for SATB choir and optional organ
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    SATB
    SSAATTB
    4'
    English
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    for SSAB choir with optional organ
    RDD-005
    SSAB
    4'
    English
    Greek
    Latin
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    SATB
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    SATB
    5'15"
    English
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