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St. Louis African Chorus: AENaO

Chebe Mo Nna (Guide me, Father)
Chebe Mo Nna (Guide me, Father)
Onyinye Chuku (God's Gift)
Okwu Nkasi Obi (Comforting words)
Ihe Ndia Di Njo (This thing is bad)
Tikuenu Jehova (Praise Jehova)
Nw' Oge Nta (In a little while)
Obu Chuku (It is God)
Obu Chuku (continued)
Atulegwu (Fear not)
Otuto Nke Chuku (Praise belongs to God)
Otuto Nke Chuku (continued)
Kp'Ekpere (Pray)
Chebe Mo Nna (Guide Me, Father)

The 16 mixed voices of The St. Louis African Chorus bring us the US premier of a cappella pieces (sometimes with the accompaniment of African drums of various kinds) written by composer Ikoli Harcourt-Whyte. These spiritual songs are accompanied by various narrators who tell the story of this deeply religious Christian man who found God while overcoming 34 years of suffering as a leper. 14 songs, some examples are "Chebe Mo Nna" (Guide Me Father), "Onyinye Chuku" (God's Gift), "Tikuenu Jehova" (Praise Jehova), "Obu Chuku" (It Is God), and "Kp' Ekpere" (Pray). This is a moving, inspirational story of a very special man, perfectly accompanied by his wonderful music!

Item code: 7143C | 1 CD | $14.98 |add item to cart
Choral | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | United States
Related: African Choral Music
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