Poor Man Laz'rus
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Part I of this African-American Spiritual is written to
be sung by both or either male and female trebles. Part II (also written in the treble clef) is limited to the comfortable singing area
of A-a (above and below middle C) which makes it appropriate for CI. Part III in the three-part
arrangement is written in the bass clef to be sung by CII/B.
Rated easy, the
piece has a very lively piano accompaniment; however, it may be sung acappella, if desirable.
two-part variable voicing chart
to see the other voicing options that are
Arranged by Buen
Voicing with Piano (CP Catalog #T100305)
Voicing with Piano (CP Catalog #S17675)
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The three-part arrangement
Poor Man Laz'rus
is featured in this choral rendition.
Louisiana MEA All-District VII JHS Chorus