This colorful, modern take on a popular Reformation text incorporates striking a cappella harmonies and text painting to illustrate the beauty of Psalm 46.
One of the most beloved passages of scripture, "Be still and know that I am God" is given a sensitive new melody in this accessible anthem. The gentle dialogue between voices and piano...
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Don Besig and Nancy Price weave the Swedish Children of the Heavenly Father melody with a remarkably fresh text. This inspiring selection, which includes a flute countermelody, serves as...
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God Is Our Refuge and Strength is an original handbell setting that references Psalm 46. It opens with a flourishing, rhythmic introduction that recurs throughout the piece, offering opportunities...
Marty Parks weds an original folk-like melody to a text of hope and assurance. Complemented by a gorgeous optional violin part, this piece reminds us of the security God affords. Consider this for a general...
"Love is Strong in Us", based on Psalm 46, sings of a world whose promise comes from the love we share as a community. God is our strength and will protect us from the sorrows of the world. "It is strong in...
Phillip K. Jones II has created what he describes as a "contemporary gospelized hymn arrangement" of the classic chorale EIN' FESTE BURG. Soprano and tenor soloists complement the SATB choral parts and the...
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