Harold Fletcher

A Piece of Oklahoma Musical History

In the early 1970s, Harold Fletcher, professor emeritus of music at Oklahoma Christian University, was asked by a colleague to write a song for a documentary on Oklahoma's famed "Pioneer Woman" statue. The resulting composition was the first of what is now The Oklahoma Set. The Set's keynote song, "The Oklahoma Run", soon won a competition by The Oklahoma Heritage Society and the Oklahoma Broadcasters Association for a song about Oklahoma history.

Land Run

Now Available for Performance Across the State

This collection of music is now available to elementary, secondary and university choral groups, civic groups, church groups and community choirs as a gift from the composer and Oklahoma Christian University, to honor the Oklahoma Centennial celebration. Follow the links to download sheet music, performance recordings and accompaniment tracks.

The Oklahoma Set

The songs of The Oklahoma Set are adaptable for performance in a variety of styles, depending upon the occasion. Some are arranged for performance in traditional "classical" mixed choral style. They all may be performed in unison by children or adult choirs. The vocal samples presented on this page are professional solo performances in "country" style. To access all the file formats (mp3, Finale, pdf) click the "Download" button next to each song, or download the entire Oklahoma Set package at one time.

Song Name

I'll Go Where the Trail Goes
Oklahoma Roughneck
Oklahoma Run
The Pioneer Woman
Tulsey Town Waltz
Voices from the Past
Creative Commons License

The Oklahoma Set is a gift of Oklahoma Christian University, Oklahoma City, A Christian liberal arts university founded in 1950. For further information call 405-425-5531 or email okset@oc.edu. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 License.