This familiar text is skillfully given a new melody by David Barton. The piano part is engaging and thoughtful and allows the words to be clearly understood. This setting is predominately unison and
This lyrical setting of the O Wondrous Sight text by John Mason Neale is lovely, and the piece ends in a grand manner. There are some divisi portions. Appropriate for Transfiguration and other
A large anthem that can be done with additional brass, this is based on a text of Charles Wesley. White has also written a rich organ part that gives various color options. There is unison writing as well
Based on an evocative James Agee poem, this is a lovely carol for advanced choirs. Diorio creates an atmosphere of mystery with close harmony and weaves a flowing melody throughout. The predominance of flat
This three-movement work from the long time professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is styled after a Sonata di Chiesa. The Prelude is in two parts: a sturdy imitative allegro and a more flowing one
Six introits are offered here, all a cappella, and all from the Psalms and various scriptures. Mostly in homophonic style, these would be moderately easy to learn and are immediately attractive to the
A majestic and exciting festival anthem from long time church musician Tobert Powell. Scored for SATB, brass quintet, timpani and organ, the voice parts open up from unison to four-part writing. There is
This serene setting of the familiar tune CRUSADER'S HYMN is elegant and sweet. The melody is found in the pedal with a 16th-note accompaniment throughout. This will be an effective addition to
This mixed-meter gem is full of energy and praise. Skillfully written and joyous in nature, this medium-advanced piece is a great addition to the repertoire. Challenge yourself to creatively and
This beautiful setting of a Christine Rossetti poem is well crafted and interesting. Written for organ and SATB voices, this is appropriate for Advent 3 or any service honoring the Mother Mary.
This hymn concertato is scored for SAB choir, organ, congregation or assembly, and optional trumpet. It is majestic and festive in nature, with interludes that occur between each stanza. The third stanza is
This quick piece is a jubilant setting of a well-known Southern Harmony tune. Robert Powell creatively adds color and energy to the joyous nature of the tune by adding passing notes that make the piece feel
Robert Powell's genius and creativity shine through as he brings a sense of joy to this well-known tune. The continuous motion of this joyful setting will surely be a welcome addition to your service.
This festive setting of Psalm 100 includes choir, brass and organ. Weidner marks this piece "ardito" or "bold" and the rhythmic writing for choir and brass supply this element. Using a rising theme, Weidner
Based on the famous text from Psalm 42, Highcock's setting has a memorable tune, sung first by men then expanded to four parts. This a cappella setting has an attractive modal sound, giving it a timeless
This ebullient anthem is based on a text of Irish hymn writer Thomas Kelly. Phillips has set the text to dance rhythms (9/8, 12/8 etc.) and this rhythmic interest is in both voices and organ, with an
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