A soulful, gospel-infused accompaniment of the anonymous traditional African American spiritual Deep River. The spiritual’s main theme is freedom and escaping from hardship, both physically from slavery and spiritually through faith. Our track sings twice through in ABA form.
A New Orleans brass band plays a joyous dixieland accompaniment track to this iconic spiritual. Upbeat and danceable, with a slow introduction and ending. Trumpet, trombone, clarinet, banjo, tuba and four marching drummers. Four verses.
An upbeat gospel accompaniment to this spiritual, perfect for Easter or any time of year. Piano, upright bass, and drums. One verse by the band as an introduction, and then three verses for the choir or soloist.
A moving spiritual about letting Jesus walk with you, in an arrangement featuring piano, bass, drums, organ, and guitar. Begins slow and dramatic, and then picks up to an moderate bluesy tempo. Four verses.
This famous civil rights anthem is fun to sing, with stirring, powerful lyrics. A rubato piano introduction for a soloist is followed by six uptempo verses for the congregation or choir, accompanied by a full band.
Traditional spiritual arranged in a country western folk style with accoustic guitar, bass and drums. Perfect for youth groups, bible studies, camps, and children. Four verses allow for personal variation.
A gospel backing track of the popular spiritual Precious Lord, Take My Hand by Thomas Dorsey. Four verses (three with a recap of the first) in 3/4 time. Very soulful and prayerful, asking for God’s protection throughout the various stages and trials of life. Perfect for worship.