If Love Should Count You Worthy
High schoolers sing "If Love Should Count You Worthy" by James Mulholland for SATB choir, horn, and piano and a version of "The Drinkin' Gourd" in this High School choir lesson plan. State and National standards for Music are emphasized.
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