Sacred Harp Resources
This is a comprehensive resource for all types of information about Sacred Harp singings. If you don't visit any other Sacred Harp web sites, visit this one.
Visit this site for information about the Sacred Harp Publishing Company.
The Joe Beasley Memorial Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit organization that supports the growth and appreciation of Sacred Harp music and shape-note singing.
Sacred Harp In The News
Read the October 9, 2019 article about the 39th-Annual Young People's Singing hosted by the Utah Sacred Harp Singers in Salt Lake City Utah.
Read the September 27, 2010 Huffington Post article about Sacred Harp singing.
Read the February 13, 2009 City Weekly article, "All Together Now" about Sacred Harp singing in Utah.
Read the November 26, 2008 Portland Phoenix article, "Loud at Heart" about Sacred Harp singing.
Read the November, 2008 Paste Magazine article about Sacred Harp singing.
Read the September/October, 2008 Savannah Magazine article about Sacred Harp singing.
Read the May 28, 2008 Christian Science Monitor article about Sacred Harp singing.
Read the January 28, 2008 Time Magazine article about Sacred Harp singing.
Read the April 20, 2007 New York Times article about Sacred Harp singing.
Watch the Mercury News video essay, "The Joy of Sacred Harp," featuring the 2006 All-California Sacred Harp Singing Convention in San Carlos, CA on January 14, 2006.
Sacred Harp On The Radio
Listen to the NPR story (originally aired 12/5/03) about Sacred Harp singing in Alabama.
Sacred Harp On Film
Visit the official Web site for the documentary film "Awake, My Soul: The Story of the Sacred Harp".
Watch and listen to the documentary film, "Sweet Is the Day" via video stream. This film features the Wootten family of singers of Sand Mountain, Alabama. (56kbps modem or broadband required.)
Utah Music and Arts Links
Visit this site for information about acoustic music concerts and events in Utah.
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