Lift Every Voice and Sing

Lift Every Voice and Sing

Series: Shawnee Sacred Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: Octavo SATB divisi Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

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Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00360617 UPC: 840126949384 Width: 6.75" Length: 10.5" Run time: 0:04:45 12 pages

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Series: Choral Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: MP3 Full Performance Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00365155 Run time: 0:04:45

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Series: Choral Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: MP3 Accompaniment Only Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00365156 Run time: 0:04:45

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Series: Choral Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: MP3 Soprano Dominant Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00365157 Run time: 0:04:45

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Series: Choral Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: MP3 Alto Dominant Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00365158 Run time: 0:04:45

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Series: Choral Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: MP3 Tenor Dominant Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00365159 Run time: 0:04:45

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Series: Choral Publisher: Shawnee Press Format: MP3 Bass Dominant Composer: J. Rosamond Johnson Arranger: Heather Sorenson Authors: James C. Ward, James Weldon Johnson

Uses: Concert, General, Hymn, Social Justice

Scripture: Exodus 4:10-17; I Corinthians 12:12-14; II Chronicles 20:28

This beloved hymn, often referred to as the “Black national anthem,” was first performed in 1900. Widely considered to be a treasure, it is frequently chosen to celebrate important moments in gatherings and commemorations of the African American Civil Rights Movement. In this adaptation, Heather Sorenson and Rev. James Ward have collaborated in an effort that highlights the cooperation of black and white composers working together to honor the message of social justice. A new second verse brings the hymn into our current quest for diversity and equality so that all choirs can have the opportunity to build unity from faith and music.

Inventory #HL 00365160 Run time: 0:04:45

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