This thrilling carol arrangement begins with a hush and builds in momentum, invoking images of the angel hosts gathering into a multitude to announce Jesus' birth. With just a few
Mary McDonald and Jean Anne Shafferman partnered in this creative pairing of two well-loved spirituals featuring touches of blues, engaging interplay between vocal parts, and clever musical depictions,
An energetic Advent original anthem from Pepper Choplin, this passionate plea for the coming of the Christ Child has a vigorous piano accompaniment that celebrates God's faithfulness to us.
This inspirational ballad depicts the involvement and protection that angels have provided since the very beginning of the Christmas story. "From a place of peace and promise to a world of war and woe,
Brimming with energetic choral writing, this new Christmas collaboration from Mary Kay Beall and John Carter retells the story through the angels' hymn of praise: "Gloria in excelsis Deo!" The final
This captivating original Christmas anthem takes the listener on a journey to the manger in Bethlehem. Set in minor mode with driving percussion, the story unfolds for all believers to "worship the infant
In a lively gospel-swing style, this rhythmic a cappella anthem virtually sings itself! A soprano or tenor solo propels this original Christmas spiritual toward the concluding angelic pronouncement of "good
With a sonorous melody to complement the evocative text, this elegant anthem is well suited for Advent or Christmas Eve services. A rich harmonic texture completes the reverential mood as the "Morning Star"
This setting by Kevin Boesiger takes the familiar and invigorates it with a fresh treatment. Opening with the choir singing Lewis Redner's well known tune on "oo," the piece then moves to syncopated
Pepper Choplin combines two beloved hymns with a delightful Celtic flair in this piece that is perfect for Christmas worship and holiday concerts. Optional instrumental parts add to the folk flavor of this
"When the song of the angels is stilled, When the star in the sky is gone...the work of Christmas begins." This setting of a poem by Howard Thurman, presented as an ethereal benediction for a cappella
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