Virtual Choir Project
Baba Yetu by Christopher Tin
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Thanks for your interest in the Sing out Strong virtual choir project: Baba Yetu. We are delighted to be working together in partnership with Sheet Music Direct, Hal Leonard Europe and Musicroom to bring you this exciting piece.
This virtual choir project is open to anyone, from anywhere across the globe. We have come together in song at this unprecedented time to show our solidarity and friendship with the world.
Baba Yetu is the Lord's Prayer translated into Swahili; written by Christopher Tin for the 2005 video game Civilization IV, it was the first piece of music for a video game to ever win a grammy. We are extremely grateful to Mr Tin and to Concord Music Publishing for giving us their blessing for this project.
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