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SAINTS BE PRAISED - (by Pete Bax)  Year: 2009
Pete Bax Praise the Lord Instrumental with steel guitar An American gospel hymn that has taken on certain aspects of folk music. Written around the saints go marching in for steel guitar. The Saints as been done to death but it is still the best gospel hymn this is fresh. Instrumental, Spiritual, Instrumental Gospel
Type Play Track Info Catalog ID Min:Sec Tempo & BPM Price Control
Full Track - Spiritual, Instrumental Gospel  
328851 1:09 Very Fast 190   


Track Summary
Music Track Title: Saints Be Praised
Catalog ID: 328851  ISRC: US5UL0773801
Description: Praise the Lord Instrumental with steel guitar An American gospel hymn that has taken on certain aspects of folk music. Written around the saints go marching in for steel guitar. The Saints as been done to death but it is still the best gospel hymn this is fresh.

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Artist or Group: Pete Bax

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Keywords: actuality, authority, belief, certainty, credo, creed, dogma, faith, last word, scripture, testament, truism, truth, veracity, verity, teaching

Music Genre > Sub-genre
    Spiritual Music
       Gospel / Instrumental
Extended Properties
  Duration: 1:09   Tempo: Very Fast   BPM: 190
   Arrangement: Bluegrass Ensemble
   Instruments: Guitar, Drum Kit, Bass, Electic Piano, Steel Guitar
   Vocal Mix: Instrumental
   Language:
Moods: Celebratory, Delighted, Elated, Flowing, Glorious, Happy, Inspiring, Jolly, Joyful, Lively, Meaningful, Reflective, Reverent, Rhythmic, Soulful, Spirited, Thoughtful, Uplifting, Vibrant, Wholesome

Styles: Christmas, Dramatic Soundtrack, Easter, Film Instrumental, Funeral Procession, Gospel Hour, Jazzy, Soundscape, TV Instrumental, World Harmony

Regions: USA

Extended Keywords: A traditional use of the song is as a funeral march. In the funeral music tradition of New Orleans, Louisiana, often called the "jazz funeral", while accompanying the coffin to the cemetery, a band would play the tune as a dirge. On the way back from the interment, it would switch to the familiar upbeat "hot" or "Dixieland" style. While the tune is still heard as a slow spiritual number on rare occasions, from the mid 20th century it has been more commonly performed as a "hot" number. The number remains particularly associated with the city of New Orleans, to the extent that it is associated with New Orleans' professional football team, the New Orleans Saints.

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