If You Can Walk You Can Dance (SATB)

Instrumentation/Voicing: 
SATB, piano claves

An optimistic Zimbabwean proverb sets the stage for this contagiously joyful Latin dance song. This best-selling piece is full of surprises, including a brief a cappella interlude, some finger snapping, and a five second "break" during which the chorus members all just talk!

Audio: 

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Order Sheet Music
Catalog Number: 
SEA-022-07
Duration: 
4:00
Commissioned By: 
Farmington High School Friends of Music. Farmington, CT [Original SAB Version]
Awards: 

Winner, Euphonia Vocal Composition Competition

Performances: 

Hundreds of Choirs, including:
Princeton Pro Musica; Frances Slade, conductor. ACDA Eastern Division Conference, Philadelphia, PA
Northern Ilinois Big 12 Choir Festival Choir, Rochelle, Illinois
Indiana All State Choir; Paul Rardin, conductor. Indianapolis, IN
Cantabile Chamber Singers; Rebecca Scott, conductor. Piscataway, NJ
Kantorei: The Singing Boys of Rockford, Illinois; Joel Ross, conductor. Midwestern Tour.
Stetson Chorale and Men's Chorale; Andrew Larson, conductor. Deland, FL

Text
Text Author or Source: 
Zimbabwean proverb
Language: 
English
Text: 

"If You Can Walk You Can Dance"
Text: Zimbabwean proverb

If you can walk you can dance,
If you can talk you can sing.