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CoverCarpenters of God [level: Medium]
Vijay Singh: Bio and other works | Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series
voicing: SATB | catalog number: SBMP 954 | duration: 2:55 | price: $2.05
accompaniment: a cappella

In the style of an early American song, the pentatonic melody gives great strength to this upbeat piece. Carpenter’s tools forge the text’s metaphor of working for God to build a “spirit strong.”

Central Washington University Chamber Choir, Gary Weidenaar, conductor [© all rights reserved]
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Carpenters of God 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

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Central Washington University Chamber Choir - Gary Weidenaar, conductor

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