A lively medley of three hymns: "Doxology," "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing," and "Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee." May be performed with flute, violin, piano, and acoustic guitar only (all other
Concert march by Christopher Philip Winkler (1824-1913, German immigrant who became a leading musician in Memphis, Tennessee in the late 1800's. Arranged by the great-great-grandson of the
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Celebrate the season with this early intermediate level piano arrangement by David Winkler..
The hymn "Fairest Lord Jesus," arranged for full orchestra. Starts softly and builds to a grand and glorious conclusion! Parts for optional handbell choir are also available.
A medley of four popular Christmas carols: "Silent Night," "Joy to the World," "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear," and "The First Noel."
A fun, jazzy version of this Christmas spiritual, arranged for late intermediate level piano by David Winkler.
Celebrate the season with this late elementary level piano arrangement by David Winkler.
A short but beautiful 16th-century prayer, set to music by David Winkler. An excellent choice for either youth or adult choir. Use as a benediction or prayer focus.
Handel's original piece, lowered a whole step to the key of C major. The keyboard part has been simplified somewhat as compared to other editions. An orchestration to accompany this version has
Handel's original vocal parts in the key of D. The keyboard part has been simplified somewhat as compared to other editions. The orchestration to accompany this version has been adapted by the
Short arrangement for 3-4 part trumpet ensemble.
Arrangement for solo trumpet and piano, with an optional solo vocal. Instead of trumpet, clarinet, flute, or violin could play the solo line.
A short, heartfelt arrangement for intermediate level piano, suitable for offertory or other use.
Author and poet James Weldon Johnson wrote the lyrics to "Lift Every Voice and Sing" in 1900, on the occasion of Abraham Lincoln's birthday. His brother, Rosamond, wrote the music. The song became immensely
A short (90-second) piece for orchestra, written as an overture to a dramatic musical Easter production, though it could be used for any occasion.
A rousing duet for clarinet and cello, bassoon, or bass clarinet, with optional piano.