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“Kusimama” is written in the World music style that is accessible for choirs, both young and old, who are just beginning to be exposed to world rhythms and language, a sort of introduction to new languages, syllables, body percussion and style. The text which is in both Swahili and English, is about standing tall on the earth, not with anger or aggression, but with hope, strength, acceptance, and positivity. The voices along with hand claps, stomps, djembe, shaker and piano all combine for an exciting World music presentation. For Two-Part Treble Chorus, Percussion and Piano. Duration: ca. 3:00.

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