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
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
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"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
For SATB choir, congregation, organ, and brass quartet, As Stone on Living Stone Is Set features a reflective text by Lisa M. Clark and an inviting tune by Kevin Hildebrand. This festive and
With a fresh new text by Susan Palo Cherwien, As Your Spirit in the Desert is especially perfect for the first Sunday in Lent. Written for SATB choir or soloist, organ, optional oboe, and
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.
Subtitled "a choral hymn," this work is a simple strophic setting of the familiar text. Intended for choral rather than congregational singing, it could be performed either unaccompanied or with keyboard,
This text focuses on the ministry and service of all churches towards fulfilling God's mission on earth. Fedak has given the text a new tune and made it accessible for choir and congregation alike. Great
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
With a text that has images of struggle, both personal and against the evil in the world, matched with a voicing and accompaniment that are truly flexible, this arrangement is appropriate for any group. The
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.
Commissioned by Peachtree Road United Methodist Church (Atlanta, Georgia) in celebration of the 2002 consecration of its sanctuary, this lively festival anthem by David Ashley White has an optional part for
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 dual-texted congregational hymn is set for SATB voices, brass, organ and congregation. One text is appropriate for the dedication of a church or anniversary while the alternate text is great for
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 by Adam L. Tice aims to inspire the faithful to be active participants in the church's mission of service and justice. The words fit beautifully with the African American tune MCKEE, In Christ
Based on a hymn text by Stephen P. Starke, this concertato by Benjamin M. Culli is broad and stately, with a grand epic feel and a trumpet tune in the style of Purcell. It can be used with or without
The sturdy but joyful tune SONNE DER GERECHTIGKEIT receives a jubilant treatment in this very useful arrangement. The piece begins in unison, establishing the tune, then moves into an a cappella stanza and
With a text by Gracia Grindal and written for the 250th anniversary of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, this work features a lively organ part and strong choral writing. There is also a
The sturdy hymn text Come, Thou Almighty King is given a dynamic new melody and arrangement from the veteran composer/arranger Austin Lovelace.
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