The traditional Irish tune "Denis Delaney" is arranged here for treble choir (SSA) with piano and fiddle. Set to the traditional liturgical text, composer Dan Rash really captures the spirit of the
Commonly used as symbolism in Christian texts, river imagery inspired this pairing of hymns by Robert Lowry and Philip Bliss. It is Well (When Peace Like a River) and Shall We Gather
Mark Hayes wraps two favorite hymns into a beautiful original work that creates a warm, uplifting celebration of God's grace. A rich piano accompaniment and optional rhythm parts enhance the sensitive blend
A compelling arrangement for choir and piano brings new life to this beloved hymn with the power to bring your congregation to its feet in spontaneous praise. A strong opening declaration settles into
Set at a slow tempo, this accompanied setting brings out the somber feeling of the traditional spiritual. Especially appropriate for Lent, it is now available for mixed as well as male voices.
Inspired by Psalm 121 and the writings of Thomas Merton, this Celtic-styled declaration rhythmically moves with stately confidence to a confession of faith in God's leading. A tender melody resonates
Psalm 95 comes to life anew in this spirited original anthem. Mixed voices, piano, and optional flute unite in a song of joy that will quickly become a choir and congregation favorite. "O come, let us
This joyful original spiritual is full of energy and praise for all of God's great goodness. The expertly written vocals make this piece great fun to sing and hear, and the solo sings in call and response
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