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Soon and very soon/ Amen

Soon and very soon/ Amen

(Code: A110603033)

This is a famous gospel by Andraé Crouch was arranged by Christian Jusselme as a part-song with accessible ranges. It ends with the traditional gospel vamp on which a soloist can improvise. Christian Jusselme composed it on the lyrics of “Amen.”Andraé Crouch is an undisputed master of contemporary gospel. He celebrated his 40 years of career in 2006, and he is a member of Church God in Christ. He composed a lot for this Protestant movement. The figuration is mentioned, so you can sing with or without accompaniment. The sheet music is in binary form with double right swinging on odd measures and left swinging on even measures, and clapping hands on 3rd times. Clapping should stop on the 13th measure of “Hallelujah” lyrics, before restarting on the riff of the 25th measure. To realize a double swinging, you have to place your right foot outward on the first time of odd measures and bring your left foot closer to your right foot on the 3rd time. Then, do the other way around on even measures. The fugal style part should be realized like a great progressive crescendo going louder until it reaches the fermata. This contrapuntal writing is sometimes used by mass choirs.

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This is a famous gospel by Andraé Crouch was arranged by Christian Jusselme as a part-song with accessible ranges. It ends with the traditional gospel vamp on which a soloist can improvise. Christian Jusselme composed it on the lyrics of “Amen.”Andraé Crouch is an undisputed master of contemporary gospel. He celebrated his 40 years of career in 2006, and he is a member of Church God in Christ. He composed a lot for this Protestant movement. The figuration is mentioned, so you can sing with or without accompaniment. The sheet music is in binary form with double right swinging on odd measures and left swinging on even measures, and clapping hands on 3rd times. Clapping should stop on the 13th measure of “Hallelujah” lyrics, before restarting on the riff of the 25th measure. To realize a double swinging, you have to place your right foot outward on the first time of odd measures and bring your left foot closer to your right foot on the 3rd time. Then, do the other way around on even measures. The fugal style part should be realized like a great progressive crescendo going louder until it reaches the fermata. This contrapuntal writing is sometimes used by mass choirs.