I Am Not My Own is a beautifully written anthem for SATB choir, piano and trumpet. With lyrics written by Susan Bentall Boersma and based on the Heidelberg Catechism, Lord's Day 1, composer Craig
This popular contemporary Christmas song has a fresh new treatment in this arrangement by Craig Courtney. An ethereal sound is set by the use of chord clusters and an aleotoric section. The melody is
The transcendent glory of the traditional Latin text is treated with great sensitivity and depth in this superb setting for capable sanctuary, concert or festival choirs! With sweeping vocal lines and
Craig Courtney's best-selling setting of NICAEA, suitable for the entire church year, is now available for mixed, treble or male choirs!
Here is a spirited setting of the well-known Catalonian carol also known as LO DESEMBRE CONGELAT, rendered with an English translation by Howard Hawhee. Four-hand piano, flute, oboe and percussion
The Image of God is a heartwarming tribute to "God's disabled children, all of whom bear His image." Beautifully crafted for voices, keyboard, and violin, flute, or oboe, this composition
From the dramatic opening measures in the brass to the final refrains with descant, this arrangement is full of the majesty and glory of the event that altered history. Scored for SATB choir, congregation
From the opening majestic strains of the introduction to the worshipful choral sections, this arrangement has it all. Whether you choose to use voices and piano, or the masterfully crafted orchestration,
By combining two scriptures from the books of Ruth and the gospel of John, Craig Courtney has fashioned a compelling essay on friendship and brotherhood that reaches to the depths of the soul. Noble
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
Opening with the words "Softly and tenderly Jesus is calling," this simple, sincere original offers a marvelous opportunity to feature a soprano or tenor soloist with your choir. The work ends as softly and
"O Lord, Make me an instrument of Your peace." The beloved prayer by St. Francis of Assisi is treated with reverence and simplicity for choir, piano and string quartet or orchestra. Lovely and lyrical, with
Give your choir and congregation the privilege of experiencing this traditional German carol as never before! Craig Courtney's setting for choir, piano and optional string quartet gently redefines
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