How Can I Keep From Singing?

Composed by Robert Lowry
Arranged by Z. Randall Stroope
Voicing: SATB a cappella
Catalog number: AMP 0300
Price: $1.90

Robert Lowry (born Philadelphia, 1826) was a prolific composer of hymns and tunes. “How Can I Keep from Singing?” is just such a tune. Anna Bartlett Warner (born Long Island, 1820) wrote the text to this. Z. Randall Stroope arranged this hymn for mixed voices and baritone solo. It is a song of hope and faith.

About the arranger

Z. Randall Stroope
is an American composer and conductor His compositions are frequently heard on internet media, television broadcasts, and NPR radio, as well as on programs of esteemed ensembles throughout the world. Randall has composed over 150 works, having studied with Cecil Effinger and Normand Lockwood ‐ both students of the famous French teacher, Nadia Boulanger. He is the Artistic Director of two summer music festivals in Europe, has conducted at Carnegie Hall (New York) every year since 2001, and is a university professor. (See for a complete biography and list of works.)

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Z. Randall Stroope, conductor

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