Don Besig: Gonna Rise Up Singin' (2-Part)

Books | 3 Voices, Piano

Catalogue No: SP21052
Artist: Don Besig
Format: Sheet Music | Single Sheet
SA arrangement for this classic song.
Also available for SAB and SATB.
No of pages: 12
Language: English
Publisher: Shawnee Press
 
     
       

        Don Besig: Gonna Rise Up Singin' (2-Part) reviews verified by reevooReevoo

        Quality of content
        9.3
        Value for money
        9.7
        Overall rating
        9.7
        Scores 9.7 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
        10 out of 10

        Ellen

        Manchester GB Primary school music teacher
        +
        The pupils love the syncopated rhythm. It's a very happy song and they sing with enthusiasm. The harmonies/descants are within the capabilities of upper primary school children. A good choice for concert performance.
        No negative criticism.
        Confirmed purchase: 11 February 2015
        Published on: 25 February 2015
        9 out of 10

        Jean

        Crawley GB
        +
        Good opening song for any concert.
        Reviewer left no comment
        Confirmed purchase: 13 January 2015
        Published on: 02 February 2015
        10 out of 10

        Carole

        N lincs GB No
        +
        All good.
        None
        Confirmed purchase: 08 January 2014
        Published on: 23 June 2014

        Musicroom Reviews

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        Review
        5
        A fantastic little song - catchy tune, lively and entertaining. My Junior Choir really enjoyed this piece as did the audience.
        Anonymous - (Northern Ireland, United Kingdom)
        4
        Lively simple two part arrangement. Ideal opener for concert.
        Anonymous - (Crawley, United Kingdom)
        4
        This is a bright, uplifting song, which would make a good opening number for a concert or set of songs. The harmonies are fairly straightforward and very suitable for a youth choir, although any age group could sing it. The tune is catchy (if not very original) and captures the gospel feel of the piece.
        Anonymous - (Margate, United Kingdom)

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