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INCLUSIVITY

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The Shenandoah Harmony Publishing Company and the co-authors of The Shenandoah Harmony are committed to building a welcoming and affirming shape note singing community. Currently, there is a much needed discussion about racial and gender inclusion in singing and we feel compelled to address this. Read more

Keystone 2012 Recordings

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After an exhilarating and exhausting day singing from the Sacred Harp at the Keystone Convention in January 2012, we pulled out the new Shenandoah Harmony packets, and wow! The resulting recording is now available for free download. Note that…

Bi-Monthly, Thursday: Baltimore Singing

The bi-monthly singing in Baltimore regularly sings from the Shenandoah Harmony. We meet every second and fourth Thursday from 7:00 to 9:30 at the Cathedral of the Incarnation at 4 E. University Pkwy. During summer months, we meet at singers'…

Baltimore

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BALTIMORE (1796) is a local favorite!  We first encountered it in the appendix of Tom Malone's four-shape edition of Ingalls' Christian Harmony.  It was originally published in the second edition of The Village Harmony, or Youth’s Assistant…