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Cherish Your Doubt. SATB. Elizabeth Alexander. Choir sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music. Intermediate.

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Cherish Your Doubt. SATB. Elizabeth Alexander. Choir sheet music. Piano Accompaniment sheet music. Intermediate.

Original

Cherish Your Doubt. SATB. composed by Elizabeth Alexander. For Mixed Chorus and Piano. SATB choir and piano. Collegiate Repertoire, Community Chorus, High School Chorus, Concert Music. Faith & Doubt, Courage, Choral. Moderate. Octavo. Text language. English. Duration 5 minutes. Published by Seafarer Press. SF.SEA-063-01. With Text language. English. Faith & Doubt, Courage, Choral. This vibrant work uses the energy and immediacy of gospel music to affirm that most important component of belief. doubt. A soulful opening solo leads to the chorus' response, a bold declaration alive with full-bodied chords and incisive lyrics. If desired, this song can be performed with a drummer and upright bass. Text. Springtime without winter would enter with a yawn, Dawn without the night would be a tedium of light. Reunion follows parting, and rebirth follows death, And our songs of love have grown From the very seeds our doubt have sown. Without a doubt, our hearts and minds would never grow, Without a doubt, our dreams would have nowhere to go, Without a doubt, we'd never change the status quo. Yes, without a doubt, we'd be hanging on To notions that are better gone, So try to love the questions, Those thorny, thorny questions. Trust your intuition, and cherish your doubt. Cherish your doubt, don't throw it out. That's what true belief is about. With a faith both tempered and strong, Questioning only helps it along, Use your eyes and ears and hands and heart and mind, And what you find may change the world, So don't throw it out, don't throw it out - Cherish your doubt. Cherish your doubt, don't throw it out. Mighty oaks can weather a drought. Any faith worth taking to heart, Tested a bit, will not fall apart. Use your eyes and ears and hands and heart and mind, And what you find may change the world, So don't throw it out, don't throw it out - Cherish your doubt. Don't be afraid of what you'll find. Leave your darkest fears behind. Cherish your doubt, don't throw it out. That's one thing you can't do without. When you walk that less-traveled route, Wonderful new ideas may sprout. Use your eyes and ears and hands and heart and mind, And what you find may change the world, So don't throw it out, don't throw it out - Cherish your doubt. Call on your reason and compassion, although it may not be in fashion. Don't be afraid of what you'll find, just leave your fears behind. Cherish your doubt, don't you ever refuse it. You can move a whole mountain if you use it - Cherish your doubt. A different drummer you will hear when you cherish your doubt. You haven't anything to fear when you cherish your doubt. That's what true belief is about - don't throw it out. Copyright 2005 by Elizabeth Alexander. The phrase "Cherish your doubt" is used by permission of Richard Weston.

Translation

Cherish Your Doubt. SATB. composed by Elizabeth Alexander. For Mixed Chorus and Piano. SATB choir and piano. Collegiate Repertoire, Community Chorus, High School Chorus, Concert Music. Faith . Moderate. Eighth. Text language. English. Duration 5 minutes. Published by Seafarer Press. SF.SEA-063-01. With Text language. English. Faith . This vibrant work uses the energy and immediacy of gospel music to affirm that most important component of belief. doubt. A soulful opening solo leads to the chorus' response, a bold declaration alive with full-bodied chords and incisive lyrics. If desired, this song can be performed with a drummer and upright bass. Text. Springtime without winter would enter with a yawn, Dawn without the night would be a tedium of light. Reunion follows parting, and rebirth follows death, And our songs of love have grown From the very seeds our doubt have sown. Without a doubt, our hearts and minds would never grow, Without a doubt, our dreams would have nowhere to go, Without a doubt, we'd never change the status quo. Yes, without a doubt, we'd be hanging on To notions that are better gone, So try to love the questions, Those thorny, thorny questions. Trust your intuition, and cherish your doubt. Cherish your doubt, don't throw it out. That's what true belief is about. With a faith both tempered and strong, Questioning only helps it along, Use your eyes and ears and hands and heart and mind, And what you find may change the world, So don't throw it out, don't throw it out - Cherish your doubt. Cherish your doubt, don't throw it out. Mighty oaks can weather a drought. Any faith worth taking to heart, Tested a bit, will not fall apart. Use your eyes and ears and hands and heart and mind, And what you find may change the world, So don't throw it out, don't throw it out - Cherish your doubt. Don't be afraid of what you'll find. Leave your darkest fears behind. Cherish your doubt, don't throw it out. That's one thing you can't do without. When you walk that less-traveled route, Wonderful new ideas may sprout. Use your eyes and ears and hands and heart and mind, And what you find may change the world, So don't throw it out, don't throw it out - Cherish your doubt. Call on your reason and compassion, although it may not be in fashion. Don't be afraid of what you'll find, just leave your fears behind. Cherish your doubt, don't you ever refuse it. You can move a whole mountain if you use it - Cherish your doubt. A different drummer you will hear when you cherish your doubt. You haven't anything to fear when you cherish your doubt. That's what true belief is about - don't throw it out. Copyright 2005 by Elizabeth Alexander. The phrase "Cherish your doubt" is used by permission of Richard Weston.