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You Oughta Been There

by Mosaic Harmony Choir

As an award winning multi-faith, multicultural choir, we draw on the rich heritage of African-American Gospel music to encourage unity in the midst of diversity. We hope you enjoy our music and help us unify the world one song at a time.
Genre: Spiritual: Contemporary Gospel
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  Song Share Time Download
1. One More Time
4:26 album only
2. Now Let Us Sing
3:14 album only
3. You Oughta Been There
7:44 album only
4. Be Still
4:29 album only
5. Show Up
4:04 album only
6. Lord of All
7:16 album only
7. Handwriting on the Wall
4:18 album only
8. Psalm 8
5:49 album only
9. Right Now God
5:52 album only
10. Fill My Cup
6:24 album only
11. You Already Have the Vict'ry
5:20 album only
12. I Shall Do
6:07 album only
13. I Need You to Survive
7:26 album only
14. Lord, I Know I've Been Changed
6:41 album only


Album Notes
23 years ago, a group of people inspired by the work of the Race Relations Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Fairfax hosted a concert featuring four different congregational choirs in the Northern Virginia area. Following this inspirational event, a group of people cast a vision of creating a permanent choir comprised of people from various religious, racial, and cultural backgrounds to promote harmony, understanding, and goodwill through the power of inspirational music. Thus, Mosaic Harmony was given birth.

Over the years, Mosaic Harmony has evolved into a truly multicultural and interfaith choir that has performed for audiences throughout the Washington DC Metro area and abroad. Over 24 different faith traditions are represented in the current membership and the music we create promotes unity in the midst of diversity. Our goal is to be a source of inspiration on a local, national, and global level as we demonstrate and encourage a vision of one humankind.

Mosaic Harmony performs for a variety of audiences. We have recently performed for Discovery’s celebration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, the Unity Walk, the One Million Bones Event on the Washington Mall, Washington Hospital Center’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, the Northern Virginia Mental Health Clinic, Global Camps Africa, National Hospice, residents of the Northern Virginia Mental Health facility to nearly 94 million people through our CDs and an interview on Voice of America; from one of countless fundraisers such as the Shenandoah Discovery Museum, a Christmas reception at the White House; the 2015 Sandy Hook remembrance and vigil on gun violence prevention at the Washington National Cathedral, to entering Slovenia’s baroque cathedrals to perform a goodwill tour in 2003 as the Iraqi war began, we have used our message of one humankind and unity through diversity to raise the awareness that we truly have more in common than differences.

Won’t you become part of our unfolding Mosaic Harmony future and allow us to collaborate with your community’s efforts in creating a more harmonious world?

Some of our proud accomplishments:
• Nominated for four WAMMY awards by the Washington Area Music Association
• Selected as a model program by the Clinton Administration's President's Initiative on Race
• Received the coveted Human Rights Award from the Fairfax County Human Rights Commission.
• Released four CD's, Make Us One, You Oughta Been There, Be Encouraged and Mosaic Harmony & Friends: Celebrating Diversity.

We hope you enjoy our music and if you're in the area, stop by a rehearsal, we love company!



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