Judy Hauff leads a Sacred Harp singing group in Shakopee, Minnesota. The a capella music is named after a hymnbook published in the 19th century.
Sacred Harp music has flourished in the South, bringing together people to sing in places like Alabama's Talledega National Forest.
People attend a Sacred Harp singing at a Primitive Baptist church in Ephesus, Georgia.
Jenna Frye reads music in Carrollton, Georgia.
A singing area in Ider, Alabama.
Drew Smith attends a Sacred Harp camp in Anniston, Alabama.
Wilsons Chapel, a Sacred Harp meeting place in Carrollton, Georgia.
Two sisters eat as they attend a Sacred Harp gathering in Ephesus, Georgia.
Boys sing at Camp Fasola, the Sacred Harp camp in Anniston, Alabama.
Sacred Harp singers rest in Hoboken, Georgia.
A sign in Collinsville, Alabama, directs people to Sacred Harp singing.
Eugene Forbes and Jeff Sheppard sing from the Lloyd's Hymnal at Camp Fasola.