One of our favourite pieces on our new album – The Music of King’s – is James Erb’s stunning setting of Shenandoah. It was originally written for the University of Richmond Choir in 1971 for the choir’s European tour. Shenandoah has been recorded by pop stars, featured in multiple Hollywood movies and performed by millions of singers all of the world.
As we’re getting ready for our tour to the USA at the end of March, we invite you to share your recordings of Shenandoah – just send us the video link and we’ll share some of our favourites across our social media. If it’s a YouTube video, we’ll add it to our Shenandoah playlist. Any arrangement, any choir – it’s up to you!
Our video is below, and you can also listen to the first ever recording of the Erb arrangement performed by the University of Richmond Choir under the baton of James Erb himself.
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Eligible videos must be of the song ‘Shenandoah’, in any musical arrangement, and may be pre-existing or specially created. When selecting videos to post on its social media pages, King’s has the sole and final decision. We may be in contact to discuss how we post your video. Publishing and all other rights and permissions remain the sole responsibility of the video creator.