Baba Yetu

from the soundtrack to Civilization IV

Baba Yetu, the first song from the score of a computer game to win a Grammy award (Civilization IV), gained enormous popularity primarily due to the infectious performance by the Soweto Gospel Choir. Here, arranged for women's voices with rhythm and percussion sections, it retains all the soaring joy and power of the original.

SSAA chorus
piano, electric bass, drum set, hand percussion



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