Gospel Singers Incognito sing ‘I’ll Fly Away’ live in the studio. The song was written by American gospel composer Albert E. Brumley in 1929. The performance is introduced by co-founder of the group Gail Windrass who discusses the various elements of gospel music. Features the following concepts - solo, alto, accompanied, backing vocals, harmony, modulation, imitation, repetition, soprano, tenor, a cappella, off the beat, glissando.

This clip could be used to identify the differences between soprano, alto, tenor and bass. Following the clip learners could go on to listen to choral works and identify the different voices. A gospel song could be selected to be performed, both accompanied and a cappella, with learners exploring singing in harmony and in unison.