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Melodies of the Spirit, Harp Duet
Instrumental Duet Folk Harp, Instrumental Duet - Level 3 - Digital Download
Composed by Afro-American Songs and George Willis Cooke. Arranged by Serena O’Meara. Folk, Praise & Worship, Sacred, Spiritual, Traditional. Score and parts. 15 pages. O'Meara Music #5361611. Published by O'Meara Music (A0.803903).
Item Number: A0.803903
Both Michael Row the Boat Ashore and There is a Balm in Gilead are Afro-American Spirituals. Charles Pickard Ware wrote down Michael Row the Boat Ashore after listening to slaves sing it as they worked on the plantations or rowed across water. The words ask Archangel Michael for help. There is a Balm in Gilead comes from both the Old and New Testaments.
Unitarian Minister, George Willis Cooke wrote a song in the later 1800’s that has become a campfire mainstay. I chose to list it as Down in My Heart. It’s also known as I’ve Got the Joy, I’ve Got that Joy, Joy, Joy and Joy, Joy, Joy.This arrangement is playable on either Lever or Pedal Harps. Dynamics are clearly marked. You will receive the Score, Harp I and Harp II
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