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[I've got a feelin' ev'rything's gonna be alright]

[I've got a feelin' ev'rything's gonna be alright]

Arranger: Nolan Williams, Jr. b. 1969; Arranger: Kenneth Louis
Published in 2 hymnals

Arranger: Nolan Williams, Jr. b. 1969

Rev. Nolan Williams Jr. Nolan Williams is a musicologist, theologian, American songwriter, and producer whose professional career defies conventional boundaries. Best known for his work as Chief Music Editor of the bestselling African American Heritage Hymnal—a critically acclaimed compendium of music, with sales now surpassing 300,000 books worldwide, Williams is a noted scholar who has lectured extensively, including keynote addresses for the National Academy of Religion, Yale University’s Parks-King Lecture Series, Festival Musica y Filosofia (Naples, Italy), and Georgetown University Law School. He has also been featured on PBS, BET, the Word network, and internationally in the UK, France, Italy, and Slovenia. Williams has… Go to person page >

Arranger: Kenneth Louis

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Tune Information

Arranger: Nolan Williams, Jr. b. 1969
Arranger: Kenneth Louis
Key: F Major
Source: Congregational Praise Song
Copyright: Arr. © 2000, GIA Publications, Inc.


Instances (1 - 2 of 2)
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African American Heritage Hymnal #313


Lead Me, Guide Me (2nd ed.) #571

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