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I Will Bow And Be Simple Treble With Piano: (Arr. B Jacobson): Vocal And Piano

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ARRANGER: B Jacobson
PUBLISHER: G. Schirmer
INSTRUMENTATION: Tenor Voice and Piano
PRODUCT FORMAT: Vocal Score
I Will Bow And Be Simple from 'Three Shaker Tunes' arranged by Betty Jacobson for SSA choir with Piano accompaniment. ' The form of worship practiced by the Shakers in New England has been asubject of curiosity for more than a century and a half. The Shakers originated in the English Quaker
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Arranger B Jacobson
Publisher G. Schirmer
Instrumentation Tenor Voice and Piano
Number of pages 8
Product Format Vocal Score
Description Product Type Choral Score
Genre Hymns & Chorals
Year of Publication 1987
UPC 073999861105
Series Choral
No. HL50314890
Product Dimensions 10,50 x 6,75 Inch
Voicing Tenor Voice
Minimum Order Quantity Sales 5
Description

I Will Bow And Be Simple from 'Three Shaker Tunes' arranged by Betty Jacobson for SSA choir with Piano accompaniment.

'The form of worship practiced by the Shakers in New England has been asubject of curiosity for more than a century and a half. The Shakers originated in the English Quaker Church and came to America in 1774 and settled in New England and in New York state. They still exist in some communities inthese territories.

The Shaker songs took on a lively spontaneity and a cross between Quaker orderliness and wild abandonment that characterised the rituals of the French prophets, from whom the Shakersdistantlystemmed.

The Shakers exercised in dancing, shaking and whirling until they went into trances and 'recieved songs as gifts.'

The songs are derived from 'spirit manifestations' and all haveindividual types of rhythms and texts.' - Edward D. Andrews, from 'Shaker Songs', The Musical Quarterly, October 1937

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