I'm Going Home, Leonard Breedlove | Idumea, arr. Richard Bjella -performed by Bel Canto Company

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Bel Canto Company celebrates traditional American song and performs "I'm Going Home" and "Idumea" to open a concert given on April 1, 2019 at Well-Spring Theatre in Greensboro.

Welborn Young, conductor
Brad Olson, soloist
Christen Blanton and Michael Petit, violin


"I’m Going Home"
Shape-Note Traditional, Leonard P. Breedlove

Farewell vain world! I’m going home!
My Savior smiles and bids me come,
And I don’t care to stay here long!

Sweet angels beckon me away,
To sing God’s Praise in endless day,
And I don’t care to stay here long!

I’m glad that I am born to die,
From grief and woe my soul shall fly,
And I don’t care to stay here long!

Bright angels shall convey me home
Away to New Jerusalem,
And I don’t care to stay here long!

Right up yonder, Christians away up yonder,
O, yes, my Lord, for I don’t care to stay here long.


"Idumea" from Kentucky Harmony, 1816.
arr. Richard Bjella
(starts at 3:13)

And am I born to die?
To lay this body down
And must my trembling spirit fly
Into a world unknown?

A land of deepest shade
Unpierced by human thought
The dreary regions of the dead
Where all things are forgot

Soon as from earth I go
What will become of me?
Eternal happiness or woe
Must then my portion be

Waked by the trumpet sound
I from my grave shall rise
And see the Judge with glory crowned
And see the flaming skies!
Rise of angels обзор

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