And We'll All Sing Hallelujah - Harold Stover


"O what are all my sufferings here compared to life above?" This Charles Wesley text is set to a sturdy tune by William Walker, compiler of shape-note books such as Southern Harmony. It celebrates our joining with the saints and finding eternal rest. Harold Stover capitalizes on the almost-rollicking nature of the tune to give this music rhythmic drive and a real sense of jubilation, as the title suggests. Duration: 3:00

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Catalog: 50-6118
Publisher: Morningstar
Composer: Harold Stover
Voicing: SATB


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And We'll All Sing Hallelujah - Harold Stover
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