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I am not sure where to ask this question, but the Stack Exchange sites have been a good resource for me for other interests that I have, so I am hoping that I drilled down to the right level here to ask this question.

There is a particular Gospel Song that I would like to learn to play, "God Is" by James Cleveland & the SoCal Community Choir. As I can read sheet music reasonably, I was hoping I could find the sheet music to this song. However, I can't find the sheet music anywhere for this particular piece, which is strange to me because it is a reasonably popular and standard song in most choirs that I have seen or been associated with.

Would anyone here know where to begin to hunt down the sheet music for this song?

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    I found some references saying that ntimemusic.com used to have it. Perhaps you should contact them. – Matthew Read Mar 6 '12 at 16:59
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Google it.

A Choir Director's Guide to "God Is" by James Cleveland

http://www.squidoo.com/james-cleveland-god-is

Songwriter and publisher info

"God Is" was written by Robert James Fryson. The publisher of the song is Glori-Gospel Music, according to BMI (here's the BMI listing).

GLORI-GOSPEL MUSIC

CAE/IPI #: 43830101

Phone: (516) 221-9414

GLORI-GOSPEL MUSIC

A DIVISION OF GLORI RECORD INC

C/O STEVEN HERMAN

331 FRANKEL BLVD

MERRICK, NY 11566

  • I had previously visited that sites after conducting a google search. They List a piano tutorial, but I would rather see the sheet music and go from there. Thanks for the info. I will probably end contacting that company and seeing if I can't get the piano sheet music. – SoftwareSavant Mar 6 '12 at 20:25
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This song is in a couple of hymnals - Only the choir parts, not the solos

Zion Still Sings - #134 African American Heritage Hymnal - #134

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