How Sweet The Sound


Spirituals and Traditional Music with Bishop Yvette Flunder

All-new arrangements by Joseph Jennings, along with the extraordinary vocal power of guest artist Bishop Yvette Flunder and Chanticleer's seamless blend of twelve voices, combine to create a passionate, joyous and profound musical journey. Black sacred music is a fountain that never runs dry," comments Anthony Heilbut, author of the book The Gospel Sound, in the CD liner notes, "At once the most mournful and transcendent of musical forms, it is also the one from which Joseph Jennings, a child of the church, derives his greatest inspiration."

"The amen corner may lose its voice from shouting the praises of How Sweet the Sound"   --allaboutjazz.com

How Sweet The Sound

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How Sweet The Sound

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Spirituals and Traditional Music with Bishop Yvette Flunder

All-new arrangements by Joseph Jennings, along with the extraordinary vocal power of guest artist Bishop Yvette Flunder and Chanticleer's seamless blend of twelve voices, combine to create a passionate, joyous and profound musical journey. Black sacred music is a fountain that never runs dry," comments Anthony Heilbut, author of the book The Gospel Sound, in the CD liner notes, "At once the most mournful and transcendent of musical forms, it is also the one from which Joseph Jennings, a child of the church, derives his greatest inspiration."

"The amen corner may lose its voice from shouting the praises of How Sweet the Sound"   --allaboutjazz.com

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