Hanukkah, Kwanzaa & Solstice - Music ? SATB VOICING (Sampler contains 3 ... Ha - nuk-kah, Ha - nuk-kah,

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2002Multi-TraditionalHoliday SamplerforMixed ChorusHanukkah,Kwanzaa & SolsticeSATB VOICING(Sampler contains 3-4 pages of each score)HANUKKAHNEW! Pg 3 Flame Of Faith by Scott Henderson YR1121v2BEST SELLER! Pg 7 For All To See by Jerald Thomas-Hawhee YR6701v2BEST SELLER! Pg 11 Three Hanukkah Songs by Charles Baker YR2600v2KWANZAABEST SELLER! Pg 15 Harambee by Joseph Jennings YR5203v2SOLSTICENEW! Pg 19 Kore Evohe by Schrag/Kelleher YR6204v2NEW! Pg 23 Winter Solstice Moon by David Frank Long YR9301v2SopranoAltoTenorBassPianoLegatoLegatoTheTheTheThecan - dles ofcan - dles ofcan - dles ofcan - dles ofSATBPno.7Ha - nuk-kah,Ha - nuk-kah,Ha - nuk-kah,Ha - nuk-kah,7eight in aeight in aeight in aeight in arow,row,row,row,dance and leapdance and leapdance and leapFlame of FaithScott HendersonLinda MarcusA Hanukkah SongLyrics by Music by 2001 by Yelton Rhodes Music (BMI), Los Angeles. All international rights reserved. www.yrmusic.comSATB and pianoYR1121v2SATBPno.12soar and flysoar and fly12soar andsoar andspark - le and shim - merspark - le and shim - merflyfly spark - le andglit - ter andglit - ter andglit - ter andglit - ter;SATBPno.17glow;glow;glow;17flash - es offlash - es offlash - es offlash - es ofgold in thegold in thegold in thegold in thedark win - terdark win - terdark win - terdark win - tersky.sky.sky.sky.- 2 -SATBPno.2323TheTheflames re -flames re -kin - dle thekin - dle thelove - lylove - lymem' - ry; Je -Je -mem' - ry; Je -Je -SATBPno.29ru - sa - lem'sru - sa - lem'sru - sa - lem'sru - sa - lem's29Tem - ple re -Tem - ple re -Tem - ple re -Tem - ple re -stored tostored tostored tostored topu - ri - ty.pu - ri - ty.pu - ri - ty.pu - ri - ty.One drop ofOne drop ofOne drop ofOne drop ofoil last - edoil last - edoil last - edoil last - ed- 3 -SATBPno.35eight days andeight days andeight days andeight days and35nights and thenights and thenights and thenights and thelamp on thelamp on thelamp on thelamp on theal - tar for -al - tar for -al - tar for -al - tar for -ev - er-more burnedev - er-more burnedev - er-more, for -ev - er-more, for -bright.bright.ev - er-more.ev - er-more.SATBPno.41What a mi -What a mi -What a mi -What a mi -41ra - cu - lousra - cu - lousra - cu - lousra - cu - loussight thissight thissight thissight thismust have been,must have been,must have been,must have been,see - ing theirsee - ing theirsee - ing theirsee - ing theirsa - cred lightsa - cred lightsa - cred lightsa - cred light- 4 -Glockenspielwith music-box-like delicacy1glk.4L.V.A solo opt.Light a light for all to see,7Light a light for li - ber - ty, Let its glow - ing show the way To(A Contemplation of the Hanukkah Lights)for S.A.T.B. choir, glockenspiel & pianoJerald Thomas Hawhee (ASCAP) (1998)based on the traditional melodiesHayo Haya, Shibbolet Basadeh, Maoz TzurWords by Jerald Thomas Hawheefor Elizabeth AnnFor All To SeeEasily Flowing YR6701v21999 Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP). All international rights reserved. www.yrmusic.comATBglk.guide a bet - ter day,10a bet - ter day.Oh,Oh,TBglk.13oh,oh,oh,oh,-2-TBglk.oh,oh,16oh,oh,oh,oh,TBglk.oh,oh,19Oh,Oh,-3-SATBLight a light for ty-rants' fall,Light a light for ty-rants' fall,22Lightalight for free-dom's call,Lightalight for free-dom's call,And for those who paid its cost ThatAnd for those who paid its cost Thatoh, Thatoh, ThatSATBglk.all we love should not be lost.all we love should not be lost.all we love should not be lost.all should not be lost.25-4-PianoAllegro1cresc.Unis.Pno77poco rit.se - vi - von,fpa temposov sov sov, ha - nu- kah hu hag tov,Unis.Pno13 cresc.ha - nu-kah13cresc.hu hag tov, se - vi - von sov sov sov. sov na sov koh va-hoh,Unis.Pno19nes ga-dol ha -19yah poh nes ga-dol ha - yah poh sov na sov koh va-hoh. Copyright 1995 by Barton Rhodes Press, Los Angeles. All international rights reserved.Unauthorized copying of this music in any manner violates the Federal Copyright Law.I. S'vivonFor SATB chorus and pianoArranged by Charles BakerThree Hanukkah SongsAt the request of Edward Brener (1953-1989)YR2600v2Unis.Pno48 cresc.ha - nu - kah48cresc.hu hag tov, se - vi - von sov sov sovUnis.Pno5353nes ga - dol ha - yah poh sov na - sov koh va - hoh.Pno58legatoAndanteSATBPno6464mner - limmner - li ner - li da - qiq4II. NerliSATBPno70ba - ha - nu -70kah ne - ri ad - liqba - ha - nu -ba - ha - nu -ba - ha - nu -ba - ha - nu -kah ne -kah ne -kah ne -kah ne -SATBPno76ri ya -ri ya -ri ya -ri ya -76iriririrba - ha - nu -ba - ha - nu -ba - ha - nu -ba - ha - nu -kah shi -kah shi -kah shi -kah shi -rim a -rim a -rim a -rim a -shirshirshirshir5SoprAltoTenorBassPno9090cresc.ritardritardSATBPnoa tempoa tempo94cha - ne-keh acha - ne-keh acha-ne-keh, oi cha-ne-keh acha-ne-keh, oi cha-ne-keh a94yon - tif, a shei - ne, ayon - tif, a shei - ne, ayon - tif, a shei - ne, ayon - tif, a shei - ne, afrei - li-che, nitfrei - li-che, nitlus-ti-ge, a frei-li-che, nitlus-ti-ge, a frei-li-che, nitdo nock a-zoi - ne.do nock a-zoi - ne.do nock a-zoi - ne.do nock a-zoi - ne.7III. Chanukah, oi chanukahAllegro, with continuous accelerationGroup IGroup IIGroup III = 881Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!I IIIII4Ha - ram - bee!Ha - ram - bee!AHa - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!Ha - ram - bee!I IIIII6 Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Harambee(Call To Unity)Joseph Jennings(b. 1954) Dorothy Winbush Riley"Jamaican"YR5203v2For mixed chorus in 3 groups 1998 Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP), Los Angeles. All international rights reserved.Yelton Rhodes Music PO Box 46249 Los Angeles CA 90046http://www.yrmusic.comCommissioned by the NYCGMC, Gary Miller, Music DirectorText used with permission 1997 Harper Collins Publishers, New York."The Complete Kwanzaa - Celebrating Our Cultural Harvest", by Doroth Winbush RileyI IIIII8 Ha - ram - bee!Ha - ram - bee!BSev - en times I call youHa - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!Ha - ram - bee!I IIIII10Sev - en times I call you Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Se - ven times I call you toHa-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!I IIIII121.u - ni - ty1. Ha - ram - bee!1.Ha - ram - bee!2.u - ni - ty2.2.Ha- ram - bee!2PercussionI IIIIIC16I call for my mo - ther I call for my fa - ther I call for my sis - ters II IIIII19call for my bro - thers I call for grand-fa - thers I call for my grand-mo - thersI IIIII22I call for my fam' - ly, come to u - ni - ty.DHa- ram - bee!(2nd time)Ha- ram - bee!3Small grouptuttiI IIIII25 Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!Ha-ram - bee!Ha-ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!Ha- ram - bee! Ha-ram - bee!I IIIII27 Ha - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!Ha - ram - bee! Ha - ram - bee!EHa - ram - bee!Ha - ram - bee!I IIIII29Sev - en times I call you Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram - bee!Sev - en times I call youHa-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!Ha-ram-bee! Ha-ram-bee!41st time only1Ko - re e - vo-he, Ko - re e - vo-he, Ko - re e - vo -4Ko -4he!4Mm4Mmre e - vo -Ko - re e - vo-he,MmMmhe , KoKo - re - e - vo-he,MmMmre e - vo -Ko - re e - vo -MmMmKORE EVOHEASATBDedicated to Crescendo: The Tampa Bay Womyn's ChorusMichelle Allen McIntire, DirectorA HYMN TO THE WHEEL OF THE YEAR 1998 John Schrag (SOCAN). All rights reserved.In Greek myth, Kore is the goddess of Spring. Each Winter she goes into the earth, and her mother (Summer) grieves. Everything stops growing; it becomes cold. In theSpring, her daughter returns from the land of the dead, and Nature rejoices."Kore Evohe" (pronounced KO-ray AY-voe-hay) just means, "Hail, Kore". 2000 Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP/SOCAN), Los Angeles.All international rights reserved.lightly= 50Words and Music by John SchragBased on a chant by Sabina C. BeckerSATB arrangement by John M. KelleherYR6204v28he!8he!88Mm KoKo - re, bright and wild,Ko - re, bright and wild,Ko - re, Ko - re,Sum - mer's bles - sed child,Sum - mer's bles - sed child,Ko - re, Ko - re,re11Spring in - car - nate and11Spring in - car - nate and11Ko - re e - vo - he!11e - vo -Joy in bloom.Joy in bloom.Ko - re, Ko - re,he!Corn is reach - inghigh,Corn is reach - inghigh,Ko - re, Ko - re,Ko- 2 -div.14fledg - lings test the sky,14fledg - lings test the sky,14Ko - re, Ko - re, -14reLife up - ris - ing fromLife up - ris - ing fromKo - re e - vo - he!e - vo -Win - ter's tomb.Win - ter's tomb.Ko - re e - vo - he!he!17O Ko17Ko - re e - vo-he17Ko - re17Ko - rere Ko - re -Ko - re e - vo-heeee vo -Ko - re e - vo -vo -vo -he!he!he!he!- 3 -21Ko - re walks in21Ko - re walks in21Ko - re walks in21Sum - mer's gar - den,Sum mer's gar - den,Sum - mer's gar - den,Ko - re dan - cesKo - re dan - cesKo re dan - cesin the rain, -in the rain,in the rain,2525All a - round her the25All a - round her theearth a - stounds with howearth a - stounds with howlife a - bounds in eachlife a - bounds in each- 4 -div.SopranoAltoTenorBassRehearsalPianocirca 76, flowing with a sense of wonderBe-hold the win-ter sol-sticeBe-hold the win-ter sol-sticeBe-hold the win-ter sol-sticeBe-hold the win-ter sol-sticemoon.moon.moon.moon.Her face is bright and clear andHer face is bright and clear andHer face is bright and clear andHer face is bright and clear andnew. She is anew. She is anew. She is anew. She is aS.A.T.B.R.P.cresc.cresc.cresc.cresc.5sign of hope, ofsign of hope, ofsign of hope, ofsign of5things tothings tothings tothings tocome, ofcome, ofcome, ofcome, ofthings tothings tothings tothings toSATB Winter Solstice Moon 2001 by Barton Rhodes Press (ASCAP), Los Angeles. Yelton Rhodes Music sole selling agent.All international rights reserved. www.yrmusic.comCommissioned by Keith A. Koster, Artistic Director for the singers of Desert Voices, Tucson, ArizonaY R 9 3 0 1 v 2Music and words byDavid Frank LongInspired byHopi sourcesS.A.T.B.R.P.poco pi allegrocon moto,9come.come.*come. Ah*come. Ah9ahstaggered breathinghaihaiyayahaahS.A.T.B.R.P.14*Ah haiah ahha14yahaihaiah haiyaya*Haiya hahaah2* All vowel sounds of vocalizations should be smooth, steady and clear. Consonants should be given a slight emphasis .S.A.T.B.R.P.18ya haah haiah ahha18ya hahaihaiya haiya haiyayaanimosoya Beya Be -ha Ah, beBe -S.A.T.B.R.P.22holdholdhold, be-holdhold, be-hold22the win - ter sol-sticethe win - ter sol-sticethethemoon!moon!moon!moon, the moonHer face is bright and clear andHer face is bright and clear andHer face is bright and clear andis3S.A.T.B.R.P.26new! She is anew!new! She is anew!26sign of peace, ofShe is a sign ofsign of peace, ofShe is a sign ofpoco rallentandopeace, ofpeace, ofpeace!peace!peace!peace!S.A.T.B.R.P.a tempo ( circa 84 )30On this the long-est, cold-estOn this the long-est, cold-est30AhAh hainightnightyaahthe stars are burn-ing, giv-ingthe stars are burn-ing, giv-ing4