Main Menu ⇧
Adult Choir Fall 2019
Inspired by Psalm 133, composer Michael John Trotta has written a lovely a cappella piece that celebrates the unity of brotherhood among all people. This calm, sonorous work is the perfect choice for a
A text adapted from scripture and lovely choral moments that bring the text to life create a wonderful piece of consecration and dedication. Lush choral writing, with engaging interplay between upper and
From the opening measures, Dan Forrest's massive setting of this foundational carol implies that something marvelous is in store. Scored for mixed voices, brass quintet, organ, timpani and
The well-loved words of comfort of Jeremiah 29 come to life in David Schwoebel's sensitive, poignant melody. This anthem will be particularly effective during times of loss in congregant's lives and in the
It would be difficult to find a more spirited arrangement of this much-loved carol! This setting for SATB voices and piano requires an above-average accompanist and an energetic choir ready to work with the
Karen Marrolli has created a lovely anthem for SATB choirs of any size, accompanied by piano or organ. She has adapted her text from Isaiah 65:17-25 and Jerusalem, My Happy Home, with applications
Celebrate the birth of Christ with this exciting arrangement of the seasonal classic! Whether performed with piano alone or with the optional brass and percussion, this festive piece will set the tone for
Few songs ever composed have had the breadth of appeal as this iconic text and melody. The cry for "peace on earth" is undoubtedly a timeless one, and Craig Courtney's setting unites
If you've ever sung Lo, How a Rose E'er Blooming, you'll appreciate this fresh new arrangement by Howard Helvey. The accompaniment is simple and effective, offering loving support to the voices.
The title track from Mark Miller's new songbook Roll Down, Justice! is now soulfully set for mixed voices, including an optional congregation part for use in worship. The call for justice is made
A gentle instrumental introduction sets the stage for this setting of the classic Christmas carol, continuing under the familiar text with a quiet intensity as it builds to the strong statement of purpose:
The Scottish hymn tune KELVINGROVE has become strongly associated with this unique text, The Summons by John Bell and Graham Maule of the Iona Community. Tom Trenney has penned an accessible yet
BE THE FIRST TO KNOW
Sign up for emails to stay informed about the best new music, events, and everything you need for the upcoming season.