Olha a Rosa amarela (See the yellow rose) a Brizilian Folksong – Sung by Salt Lake Children’s Choir



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Salt Lake Children’s Choir singing “Olha a Rosa amarela” (See the yellow rose) a Brizilian Folksong at the 2011 Spring concert. Sung in the First Baptist Church of Salt Lake City, Utah 05-14-2011

Olha a Rosa amarela, Rosa
Tão Formosa, tão bela, Rosa
Olha a Rosa amarela, Rosa
Tão Formosa, tão bela, Rosa

Iá-iá meu lenço, ô Iá-iá
Para me enxugar, ô Iá-iá
Esta despedida, ô Iá-iá
Já me fez chorar, ô Iá-iá (repete)

Founded in the fall of 1979 and long regarded as one of the finest ensembles of its kind in the nation, the Salt Lake Children’s Choir consists of singers generally from 8-15 who hail from around the Salt Lake Valley and beyond. It emphasizes natural vocal production and works of the immortal masters, as well as oustanding folk and contemporary music from around the world (including the music of Sweden, Norway, Finland, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Namibia, Zambia, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile, Bolivia, Brazil, Spain, Portugal, Japan, Korea, China, Italy, Ireland, Wales, Scotland, England, the Middle East and Native and African American). A prize winner in international competition, the choir has appeared with many internationally celebrated artists and organizations — including Grant Johannessen, Frederica von Stade, Marvin Hamlisch, Pete Seeger, and on numerous occasions with The Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Utah Symphony (with whom it has also recorded). It has been featured at several conventions of the American Choral Directors’ Association, and has been heard on Public Radio International and PBS. Its singers are also regularly requested for major sound-tracks and promotions (which have included projects for such entities as CBS, NBC, and Walt Disney Productions).

The son of an internationally renowned choral conductor, director Ralph B. Woodward is an accomplished singer, horn player, composer and an authority on the care and development of the young voice. He has played in the American Wind Symphony, and also with the Rheinische Philharmonie and the Utah Symphony, performed with jazz greats, Chuck Mangione and J.J. Johnson, studied and recorded with horn virtuoso, Herman Baumann, and worked in close collaboration with pianist, Grant Johannessen and folk singer, Pete Seeger. His own considerable writing for the choir often reflects his extensive multi-cultural/lingual background in Europe and Latin America. In 1999 he was awarded special recognition for his teaching, arrangement, and conducting at the Golden Gate International Children’s Festival and Competition.

The Salt Lake Children’s Choir holds general auditions in early August (for boys and girls ages 8-15).

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See How The Rose Unfolds



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We are so proud to present the world premiere performance of “See How The Rose Unfolds” by Iowa composer Elaine Hagenberg. Performed at the Meet the Composer Festival (April 6, 2018) by singers from Heartland Youth Choir, Grand View University, Central College A Cappella Choir, Grinnell High School, Des Moines Christian School, and Plymouth Congregational Church.

Heartland Youth Choir commissioned this new work as a celebration of our 15th anniversary and as a tribute to Iowa, with special support from the Iowa Arts Council and The Rasmussen Group

The text comes from a poem by Elaine Jungers of Sheldon, Iowa:

“The Struggle”
Oh see how the rose unfolds
Her vivid color standing bold
Against the elements
Upright and head held high

She sends a joy to my soul
And music in my heart
Urging me to sing
And share her glory to all around her

The wind sweeps its ugly grip upon her
And she defies its sordid hand
And gently bends her beauteous head
Into the western sun

((This is the SATB music. Younger choirs performed the SSA version the following night.))

“When I Rose This Morning” – Mississippi Mass Choir



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“When I Rose This Morning” – Mississippi Mass Choir
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Lyrics:
This morning when I rose, yeah
I didn’t have no doubt
This morning when I rose, yeah
I didn’t have no doubt
This morning when I rose, yeah
I didn’t have no doubt
I know the Lord will take care of me
I know the Lord will provide for me
And I know He will
Lead and guide me all the way
Yes He will (yes all the way)
This morning when I rose, yeah
I didn’t have no doubt
Well, this morning when I got up out of my bed, y’all
I didn’t have no doubt
Hey, this morning when I rose, yeah
I didn’t have no doubt
I know the Lord (will take care of me)
Oh, I know the Lord (will provide for me)
And I know He will
Lead and guide me all the way
Yes He will (yes all the way)
I woke up this morning I saw a brand new day, yeah
I didn’t have no doubt
I got up this morning I saw a brand new day, yeah
(I didn’t have no doubt) no doubt
I got up this morning I saw a brand new day, y’all
I didn’t have no doubt
I know the Lord (will take care of me)
I know the Lord (will provide for me)
And I know He will
Lead and guide me all the way
Yes He will (yes all the way)
I woke up this morning with the Holy Ghost
I didn’t have no doubt (oh)
I woke up this morning with the Holy Ghost
I didn’t have no doubt
I got up this morning with the Holy Ghost
I didn’t have no doubt
I felt like walking (felt like walking)
I felt like walking (felt like walking)
I felt like talking (felt like talking)
I felt like talking (felt like talking)
I felt like praying (felt like praying)
I felt like praying (felt like praying)
‘Cause God is just so good (felt like praying)
God was so merciful (felt like praying)
God was so gracious (felt like praying)
I said I was promised (felt like praying)
Oh I was in heaven (felt like praying)
I felt like singing (felt like praying)
I felt like singing (felt like praying)
I’m gonna sing to Jesus (felt like praying)
I’m gonna sing Lord (felt like singing)
I feel like praying in here (felt like singing)
The Bible says (felt like praying)
That everything (felt like singing)
That can be read (felt like singing)
Praise the Lord (felt like singing)
Oh, sing it (felt like singing)
Oh, sing it (felt like singing)
Choir, let’s sing with Him (felt like singing)
One more thing (felt like singing)
I Felt like running (felt like running)
I Felt like running (felt like running)
Oh, I’m gonna run for Jesus (felt like running)
Oh, I’m gonna run for Jesus (felt like running)
Oh, just run, run for me, brother (felt like running)
I’m gonna run for it (felt like running)
‘Pon this day (felt like running)
I feel like running (felt like running)
Oh, running for Jesus y’all (felt like running)
One more thing (felt like running)
One more thing (felt like running)
I felt like shouting (felt like shouting)
I was gonna shout the words (felt like shouting)
But I can’t contain it(felt like shouting
‘Cause he took all these knots from us (felt like shouting)
Come on and shout (felt like shouting)
Come on and (felt like shouting)
On now, come on y’all (felt like shouting)
(Felt like shouting)
Oh, halleluja, halleluja (felt like shouting)
Oh, halleluja (felt like shouting)
Oh, halleluja (felt like shouting)
(Felt like shouting)
(Felt like shouting)
He’ll take care of me (oh, why don’t you trust Him?)
He’ll provide for me (He’s trustworthy)
He’ll take care of me (He’ll never leave you)
He’ll provide for me (and He will never forsake you)
Feel His kindly glow (hey, hey, hey)
For, for Him (oh yeah, yeah, yeah)
The Lord is coming
The Lord is coming
The Lord is heaven
The Lord is heaven
The Lord is heaven