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THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO TOM - (by Ed Kliman)  Year: 2007
Ed Kliman Traditional piano and chorus as typically heard in any black Baptist church in the American South. Wordless vocals and hand claps to keep the rhythm. Mixed Vocals, Spiritual, Black Gospel
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Spiritual, Black Gospel
353095 1:47 Medium 105   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: The Gospel According to Tom
Catalog ID: 353095  ISRC: US5UL0909427
Description: Traditional piano and chorus as typically heard in any black Baptist church in the American South. Wordless vocals and hand claps to keep the rhythm.

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Artist or Group: Ed Kliman

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Keywords: Gospel Black South Southern Chorus Choir Piano Wordless No Words

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Spiritual Music
       Gospel / Black Gospel
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:47   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 105
   Arrangement: Band / Ensemble
   Instruments: Piano, Choir
   Vocal Mix: Mixed Vocals
   Language: English
Album: Music From The Glass Menagerie
Moods: Beautiful, Buoyant, Celebratory, Comforting, Fun, Glorious, Heartening, Heavenly, Lofty, Majestic, Meaningful, Motivational, Rousing, Sincere, Soaring, Soulful, Spirited, Triumphant, Uplifting, Wholesome

Styles: Broadway & Theatre, Choral / Choir, Dramatic Soundtrack, Film Instrumental, Gospel Hour, History, Religious, Section / Credits, TV Instrumental, Wedding Ceremony

Extended Keywords: The sound of the South on a Sunday morning, conveyed through a driving piano part and accompanied by a chorus. No words here, just the swell of the choir supporting the chords. Lots of hand clapping to keep the rhythm going. Perfect accompaniment for scenes involving Sunday and church, also good for any scene where music is desired to evoke grandeur or majesty, scenic wonder, uplifting actions or the proverbial "joyful noise."

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