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CoverBrother, Do Not Weep [level: Medium]
arr. Seth Houston: Bio and other works | Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series
voicing: SATB div. | catalog number: SBMP 1544 | price: $2.35
accompaniment: piano, guitar

This makes three settings of Shape Note pieces arranged by Seth Houston. Perhaps perform this with Big Sky and Emerald Stream creating a trilogy of this special genre.

performance by: Carroll University Concert Choir [© all rights reserved]

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CLICK HERE: Read the Text or Poem
Lay up nearer, brother, nearer,
For my limbs are growing cold;
And thy presence seemeth nearer,
When thine arms around me fold.
I am dying, brother, dying,
Soon youíll miss me in your berth,
For my form will soon be lying
íNeath the oceanís briny surf.
I am going, brother, going
But my hope in God is strong.
I am willing, brother, knowing
That he doeth nothing wrong.
Hark! I hear the savior speaking,
íTis I know his voice so well.
When Iím gone, O donít be weeping,
Brother, hear my last farewell.

Kate Harris, 1850

CLICK HERE: Choral Tracks (Practice made simple)

Brother, Do Not Weep 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.

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