The essence of Christmas is dramatically captured in the setting of this contemporary Christmas offering. Walk with Mary as she prepares for the birth of her son, alone and afraid. Experience the miracle of
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Moving in its simplicity and rich with choral color, this stunning a cappella arrangement of the well-known spiritual is breathtaking in every measure! Now available for women's choir.
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This dynamic medley captures the spirit and message of two popular songs that deal with the significance of prayer for the individual believer and the church as a whole. The spiritual, Down to the River
Recently celebrating its 50th year in print, this breathtaking choral essay is simply one of the finest choices for Advent or general services with a text based on Revelations 22. Conceived for a
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Available in editions for SSAA and for SATBB a cappella voices, Sarah Quartel's setting of How Can I Keep From Singing? is a lively reimagining of the 19th-century hymn. Opening with a solo verse,
A remarkable, radiant setting of Kathleen Thomerson's beloved hymn tune HOUSTON. Trenney's superb craftsmanship shines through and sets this arrangement above the norm. An excellent anthem of general
A cappella choirs will enjoy this ethereal arrangement of the traditional Christmas carol. The melody is easily identifiable throughout, and a quiet energy makes it an exciting setting. Available for mixed,
Available with a variety of accompaniment options, this song of jubilation is fun to perform! The choir parts are easy and give each section a chance to be heard, while the text is an outpouring of
This beautiful Schubert masterwork is a must for contest or festival performance. The carefully crafted, easily playable piano accompaniment and translation/pronunciation guide help to make this edition a
Utilizing the traditional African American tune, this artistic setting focuses on two central images: breaking bread together in communion and fellowship, and falling on one's knees in prayer. Both images
Sarah Quartel gives us a fresh take on a familiar 15th-century Christmas text with her arrangement for unaccompanied SSAA voices with an optional part for handbells, percussion, or the chime stop on the
They are the words to the famous English carol you expect, but the music is a pleasant surprise. The rolling piano part is reminiscent of a harp and sets the dance in motion. The vocal lines are buoyant and
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