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CoverRockiní Jerusalem [level: Medium]
arr. Stacey V. Gibbs: Bio and other works | Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series
voicing: SATB div. | catalog number: SBMP 1164 | duration: 2:10 | price: $2.20
accompaniment: a cappella

Another dramatic arrangement from talented, Mr. Gibbs, this has great rhythmic drive, lots of interplay among the voices, and a powerful ending. Yes, it really rocks!

performance by: Mt. San Antonio College Chamber Singers, Bruce Rogers, conductor [© all rights reserved]

Order CLICK HERE: See and Hear the Complete Score or download a perusal copy: HERE

CLICK HERE: Choral Tracks (Practice made simple)

Rockiní Jerusalem choral track bundle contains a part dominant track for each voice part, a balanced voices track, and an accompaniment track if the work is not a cappella (the accompaniment is also included with the part dominant and balanced voices track). Get more information and listen to samples HERE. Please note that the choral score is not included in the bundle and needs to be ordered separately.

Price: $49.99
(Each bundle is licensed to be used by up to 50 users)
Please adjust the quantity accordingly if you have more than 50 users.

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Mt Sac Chamber Singers under the direction of Mr. Bruce Rogers

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Featured on the following reading sessions
2020 | NJMEA Conference - February 20
2019 | ACDA State Conference-Univ of Indianapolis-June 24
2019 | IL ACDA Summer ReTreat 2019-June 26-27, Stacey V Gibbs
2018 | Iowa ACDA Summer Symposium July 23-26
2017 | Washington ACDA Summer Institute Reading Session
2017 | Connecticut ACDA Reading Session - 10/21
2017 | WA ACDA Summer Institute
2015 | MMEA Choral Reading Session on 2/19-21/2015
2014 | Headís House of Music Choral Panorama
2014 | Reading Session:Intl Choral Ed CSU Fullerton July 8-11

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