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  • Four of Franke's songs are included in the folk song collection Rise Up Singing: "Beggars to God", "The Great Storm Is Over", "Hard Love" and "Thanksgiving Eve".Bob Franke-Wikipedia
  • The catalog included other Sing Out! publications, such as the folk music fake book, Rise Up Singing.Sing Out!-Wikipedia
  • Chords are written out (as in Rise Up Singing) under the first verse, the chorus and any other section of the song (i.e. bridge).Rise Again (songbook)-Wikipedia
  • A large community of volunteers helped to create Rise Again, just as had happened with Rise Up Singing and its prequel Winds of the People.Rise Again (songbook)-Wikipedia
  • Erlewine is featured in the Rise Again song book released in 2016, a sequel to the popular folk music fake book Rise Up Singing, containing chords, lyrics, and sources.May Erlewine-Wikipedia
  • There is no overlap with the songs in Rise Up Singing.Rise Again (songbook)-Wikipedia

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