Mary Had A Baby

for SATB a cappella choir, with soprano solo

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Voicing:SATB
Language:English
Descriptive Tags:Spirituals

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    SATB
    4'20"
    English
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    SATB
    3'30"
    English
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    for SATB choir a cappella
    CHR-1101a
    SATB
    3' 12"
    English
    Latin
    The words of this carol/motet are well-known from Britten’s teenage tour-de-force, but that double-chorus setting is out of the reach of most church choirs. The powerful text, alternating English and Latin in the style of medieval carols, warrants an additional, simpler setting. The work is suitable for concert performance, as well as for liturgical use […]
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    for SATB choir, bass solo and piano
    MDC-003
    SATB
    English
    This familiar Spiritual is intertwined with another less-known hymn-tune, from one of the earliest collections of Slave songs known- collected by William Francis Allen in 1867. This ardent abolitionist gathered many songs from the post- Slavery communities of Port Royal, South Carolina to create a remarkable published collection of African American music.
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    for mixed choir a cappella
    JBN-014
    SATB
    4'
    English
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    MGN-005
    SATB
    2'50"
    English
    Music by Mark Growden Text by Pat Schneider THE PATIENCE OF ORDINARY THINGS by Pat Schneider It is a kind of love, is it not? How the cup holds the tea, How the chair stands sturdy and foursquare, How the floor receives the bottoms of shoes Or toes. How soles of feet know Where they’re […]
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    for SSAA Chorus and Body Percussion
    MGN-013
    SSAA
    3'45"
    English
    This piece was written while walking through the Mission District of San Francisco on a rainy evening. California has been experiencing a serious drought these past few years. I was thrilled to feel the raindrops, hence the celebratory feeling of the piece. — Mark Growden Also available in SATB and TTBB versions.
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    for SATB voices and organ
    EMH-014
    SATB
    6'30"
    English
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    for SATB a cappella choir, with Soprano and Baritone solos
    MDC-016
    SATB
    3'45"
    English
    ‘Balm in Gilead’ is a fervent prayer to the heavens, to relieve the aches and weighty sorrows of an entire enslaved people. In his memorable autobiography, Frederick Douglass wrote these searing, and unforgettable words; “I have often been utterly astonished, since I came to the north, to find persons who could speak of the singing, […]
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