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The Moses Hogan Choral Series 2003, This Little Light of Mine, features eight new Hogan arrangements that will shine the light of his musical gifts far and wide by becoming staples in the repertoires of choirs the world over. With over 70 published works, the quality and popularity of his earlier work brought commissions for seven of these new arrangements, while the eighth is dedicated to one of Mr. Hoganís longtime friends and musical mentors.

In addition, this new series includes seven excerpts from the Oxford Book of Spirituals.

...A truly moving musical experience

We cordially invite you to include this new release in your music library.

This Little Light of Mine - Commissioned by the St. Olaf Choir for the internationally televised 2001 Christmas Festival, Anton Armstrong, Conductor
Cert'nly Lawd - Commissioned by the University of Wisconsin Madison Concert Choir, Beverly Taylor, Conductor
Lily of the Valley - Commissioned by and dedicated to the Women's Concert Chorale at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, Alan J. Rieck, Conductor
Hold On! - Commissioned by and dedicated to the Concert Choir at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, Gary R. Schwartzhoff, Conductor
I Surrender All - Dedicated to Brazeal Dennard and the Brazeal Dennard Chorale, in celebration of their 30th Anniversary.
Witness - Commissioned by and dedicated to the Ithaca College Men's Chorus, Sean Conor Anderson, Conductor
Only What You Do For Christ Will Last - Commissioned by and dedicated to Thomas Tyler, former Minister of Music, Metropolitan Baptist Church, Washington, D.C. Hogan collaborated with noted conductor/pianist and arranger Joseph Joubert, of the hit show Three Mo' Tenors, for this moving tribute. Mr. Hogan contributed the choral arrangement, and Mr. Joubert, the piano accompaniment.
I'll Make The Difference (A Song of Hope For Singers Around The World) - Commissioned by the American Cancer Society, Relay for Life - 2002 Celebration on The Hill, Washington, D.C., for the Celebration Youth Choir, Holly Prentice, Director.


Little Innocent Lamb
Arr. Marshall Bartholomew
Daniel, Daniel, Servant of the Lord
Arr. Undine S. Moore
Here's One
Arr. William Grant Still
Let Us Break Bread Together
Arr. William Lawrence
I Want God's Heaven to Be Mine
Arr. Betty Jackson King
Were You There?
Arr. Norman Luboff
Arr. Jester Hairston


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An exciting double compact disc featuring 39 stirring arrangements including New Hogan Choral Arrangements

Previously recorded and sung by the Moses Hogan Chorale and Moses Hogan Singers.

Ezekiel Saw De Wheel
Plenty Good Room
Oh, Mary Don't You Weep, Don't You Mourn
Do, Lord, Remember Me
No Hidin' Place
Surely He Died on Calvary
Walk Together Children

Recorded Excerpts from
The Oxford Book of Spirituals

My Lord, What A Morning
(H. Burleigh)
Go Tell It On The Mountain
(R. Carter)
The Lily of the Valley
(W. Whalum)
Any How
(E. La Rue Pittman)
Fix Me, Jesus
(H. Johnson)
My Good Lord's Done Been Here
(L. Cloud)

In addition:
Twenty-six arrangements that have been revered by audiences and praised by critics from works published between 1994 and 2001

The Battle of Jericho
I'm Gonna Sing Till The Spirit Moves In My Heart
Wade In The Water
I Got A Home In-A Dat Rock
I Got A Robe
I Can Tell The World
Good News, The Chariot's Comin
Great Day
Abide With Me
Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel
Hear My Prayer
Elijah Rock
De Blin' Man Stood On De Road An' Cried
Ride On, King Jesus
We Shall Walk Through The Valley In Peace
Who Built The Ark?
Glory, Glory, Glory To The Newborn King
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Ride The Chariot
There's A Man Goin Round
My God Is So High
Jesus Lay Your Head In The Window
A Spiritual Reflection
My Soul's Been Anchored In The Lord
Go Down Moses
His Light Still Shines

* Previously recorded and sung by the Moses Hogan Chorale and Moses Hogan Singers, Conducted by Moses Hogan.


Lift Every Voice 
for Freedom

Price: $15

The Spokane Festival of the Arts organization commissioned Mr. Hogan to create a special composition for the 2001 High School Honor Choir in memory of those who fell victim to horrific tragedy in the September 11, 2001 attack on the United States of America. The composition, which was premiered on November 20, 2001 at the Spokane Opera House, combines James Weldon Johnson's "Lift Every Voice and Sing" and the ever-popular "My Country Tis of Thee" into a moving testament of freedom.

You are cordially invited to experience this moving work on this CD release along with other popular American folk songs, hymns, and songs of faith and patriotism conducted by Mr. Hogan.

Selections Include:

Lift Every Voice For Freedom
  Arr. Moses Hogan
Brian Stratton, Tenor Arr. Moses Hogan
Like a Mighty Stream
Words and Music by Moses Hogan and John Jacobson
I Dream a World
Langston Hughes, Stacey Sartor, Narrator
America, The Beautiful
Words by Katharine Lee Bates
  Music by Samuel A. Ward
Arr. by Jack Halloran
The Star-Spangled Banner
Bridget Bazile, Soprano
Amazing Grace
Arr. John Barnard
Common Dust
Georgia Douglas Johnson
Stacey Sartor, Narrator
Precious Lord, Take My Hand
Thomas Dorsey, William Willoughby, Soloist
  Arr. Moses Hogan
Keep Your Lamps! 
Arr. Andre Thomas
All My Trials
Alia Waheed, Soloist
Arr. Norman Luboff
If You Come Softly
Audre Lorde
Stacey Sartor, Narrator
We Shall Overcome
Gary Foster, Soloist
Arr. Moses Hogan
This Is My Country
Words by Don Raye
Music by Al Jacobs
Arr. by Moses Hogan
Grass Roots
Words by James C. Crimmins
Garey Foster, Soloist 
Music by Ed Bogas
Arr. by Moses Hogan
Let America Be America Again
Words by Langston Hughes
William Willoughby, Soloist
Music by Ed Bogas
Kelvin Harrison, Saxophone 
Arr. by Moses Hogan


Deep River

An exciting CD featuring all ten arrangements from the  Deep River Vocal Collection of Spirituals for solo voice and piano PLUS eight new choral arrangements by Moses Hogan.


The vocal collection is sung by three of America's gifted singers, Henrietta Davis, soprano, Robert Sims, baritone, and Alfred Walker, bass, with Mr. Hogan as pianist.

In addition, the Moses Hogan Singers premier eight new choral arrangements that are sure to become staples in the reper-toires of choirs around the world. Featured soloists in the choral works include Renay Peters Joubert, LeSean Lewis, and Alia Waheed.

Deep River
(Henrietta Davis, Soprano)
Hear My Prayer
He Never Said A Mumblin' Word
(Alfred Walker, Bass)
Ride The Chariot
(Alia Waheed, Soloist)
My Good Lord's Done Been Here
(Robert Sims, Baritone)
Were You There?
(Alfred Walker, Bass)
I Want To Be Ready
(LeSean Lewis, Soloist)
He's Got The Whole World In His Hands
(Robert Sims, Baritone)
You Better Min' How You Talk
(LeSean Lewis, Soloist)
A Spiritual Reflection
(Renay Peters Joubert, Soloist)
Give Me Jesus
(Alfred Walker, Bass)
Good News, The Chariot's Coming Somebody's Knocking' At Yo' Door
(Alfred Walker, Bass)
We Shall Walk Through The Valley In Peace
Let Us Break Bread Together
(Robert Sims, Baritone)
Sometimes I Feel Like
A Motherless Child

(Alfred Walker, Bass)
Walk Together Children
(Henrietta Davis, Soprano)
Who Built the Ark?


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