The 16th century Scottish tune, Flowers of the Forest, is paired with a new text by Susan Palo Cherwien in this simple yet stately anthem for two-part mixed choir and organ. The text echoes a
Jayne Southwick Cool has written a stately new tune and text based on Psalm 100 and set in a classic hymn/anthem style. The first stanza is in unison, the second SATB with the trumpet playing OLD HUNDREDTH
A stirring text by Shirley Erena Murray speaks to God's inclusive spirit and our need to be creators of justice. With music by Tom Trenney, it is available in several different voicings, has an effective,
Written for the ELCA's 25th Anniversary, this new hymn tune and text by Michael Austin Miller is scored for SATB voices and piano with optional trumpet and soprano descant. The tune is sweeping and
This very compelling SATB piece by Tom Trenney takes the youthful yet timeless position, "everything old has become new." Now spacious, now rhythmic, the music is fun to sing and moderately challenging. The
This anthem setting of the tune Todos Los Colores has a decidedly Latin-American feel, especially with the optional guitar, flute, shaker, and claves. The bold text calls us to end our divisions
Neil Harmon's lovely new music refreshes this timeless Christmas carol text. This anthem is scored for SATB voices with some divisi. The men briefly divide into four parts (with cues for two parts), and the
Fragments of the melody of CHRISTE SANCTORUM weave in and out of this lyrical setting for SATB, violin, and piano. The text is wide-ranging, covering themes of light, ministry, devotion, and service.
With original music and text by Karen Marrolli, this lovely Advent anthem interweaves the tunes Veni Emmanuel and Ermuntre dich, mostly in the flute part. Choir and flute are heard alone
This arrangement is a true reimagining of Martin Luther's iconic hymn melody. New harmonies and ambient electric guitar accompaniment create an ancient/modern feel, giving new life to this classic hymn. A
The traditional hymn tune Solid Rock is given a gospel piano accompaniment as only composer Tom Trenney can write. Highlights of the piece include a contrasting original stanza in the relative
This carol is fun, with its rhythmic feel and added maracas; it is also an excellent teaching tool for any choir. The melody has four phrases: phrases 1 and 2 are the same; phrases 3 and 4 are different and
A recurring rhythmic motif begins in the accompaniment and anchors this simple but creative setting of the tune Veni Emmanuel. The composer specifies sopranos/tenors on the upper (treble) staff and
Neil Harmon has created a lovely SATB divisi a cappella motet of this familiar text with a newly composed tune. Stanzas one and four are scored for all voices, stanza two for women SSAA, and stanza three
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