This superb arrangement of the familiar OLD HUNDREDTH tune is grand yet not overdone. Choral ranges are reasonable, and there is an alternate quiet ending. While the organ part is strong and would
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This stirring setting of the tune HYFRYDOL may be performed with several instrumentation options: with organ alone, organ with brass quintet, or organ with full orchestra. The piece was written for the 2015
"The latest sun is sinking fast, my race is almost run..." The beloved American folk hymn from Kirchner's Heavenly Home collection comes to life anew, with soaring descants, countermelodies, and rich
This stirring setting of the tune SALZBURG has two text options that make it appropriate for Easter or general use. The piece begins with an option for a short or long introduction, making it flexible for
Here is an emotive, yet simple and straightforward setting of the familiar text, in the form of a hymn-anthem. All sections of the choir are given the melody before moving into four-part harmony.
The old Irish tune SLANE is set to a 20th-century text by Timothy Dudley-Smith in this general yet powerful setting for two-part mixed voices, flute, and organ. The use of the congregation is an option on
The beautiful English folk melody DANBY runs throughout this anthem, which is suitable for any season of the year and especially memorial services. A lyric solo part for oboe is provided.
This all-encompassing hymn treatment for SATB choir with descant includes optional parts for children's choir and congregation. The parts for flute and oboe may be substituted for by violins and are
A concertato on the tune WESTMINSTER ABBEY, this festive anthem is scored for SATB voices and optional treble choir, two trumpets, timpani, and organ. The four stanzas vary in choral texture, including one
This rousing commissioned anthem by Philip Stopford is strong and fits with the theme of Reformation. While it does include a few unexpected harmonic shifts, it is classic Stopford and will inspire your
The text for this piece is attributed to St. Ambrose of Milan and speaks of the glorious gifts of God as seen through the lives of those who have gone before. The DEO GRACIAS tune is presented in a quick
In this setting of the hymn tune DANA, the music effectively captures the inclusiveness of the text and its positive message. The addition of spoken text by multiple readers gives emphasis to its hopeful
Enhance your worship with this useful set of eight hymn endings for mixed voices and organ. Included are: Come, Christians, Join to Sing; A Mighty Fortress Is Our God; Crown Him with Many Crowns; For
"For the fruit of all creation, thanks be to God! Gifts bestowed on every nation, thanks be to God!" This text can stand easily on its own as one of the greatest poems by Fred Pratt Green. Jonathan Rodgers
The noble spaciousness of this wonderful poem by Catherine Cameron is set to original music expressed like an arpeggio which can take us to the heights in just an instant. Trumpet calls echo through this
James Chepponis demonstrates his gift for writing singable music for choir and congregation in this sweeping statement of praise. The stately hymn-anthem for SATB voices and organ includes four stanzas and
Unexpected progressions and various textures provide ever-present interest in this anthem setting of RUSTINGTON. The descant allows the tenors to ascend along with the sopranos while the optional brass and
This traditional 19th century text is given new music by Howard Helvey and scored for SATB voices and organ. The first stanza is in unison, the second alternating between TB and SA voices, the third stanza
While having a folk-like feel that suits this familiar text, the musical material is entirely original but with suggestions towards the traditional hymn tune. A bit more stoic than some of the more lively
A collection of three early American folk hymns: Hallelujah, a six-part a cappella setting of the Sacred Harp tune; Angel Band, an eight-part a cappella setting of the beloved William
Here is a modern day hymn with a striking strength and a crisp determination. The 18th century text hearkens to a regal quality, and the basic tune is reminiscent of a stately hymn. Combined with the 21st
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Thomas Tallis' sublime THIRD MODE MELODY is used for an unusual choral setting with organ and oboe. Thanks to accessible choral writing and a flowing accompaniment which keeps everything moving along and