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Daily grace is indeed shown throughout this beloved score. With a beautifully simple melody, this piece is accessible for most choirs and includes optional congregational singing. A meaningful piece.
This solo expresses the grace that we have received from God through the sacrifice of Christ on the cross, a true gift. There is an option to incorporate AMAZING GRACE with a congregation, another voice, or
The feel of this upbeat Celtic-style anthem is contagious. Focusing in on one of the tenants of the Reformation, this piece is timely and educational. It can be sung unison or two-part and has an optional
Festive Fanfares offers original musical settings that will add strength and majesty to any occasion. These four pieces can be used in worship services and wedding processionals/recessionals. The
Composed and scored with a nod to the Baroque, this piece speaks the gift of singing that has been given to the world. Also available as a stand-alone hymn setting for congregation.
This unison/two-part anthem is a part of a series of children's music geared towards teaching the basic principals of the Reformation. Don't let the opening solo fool you, this piece rocks!
A new creation from Rosephanye Powell, this large-scale choral work infuses the imagination of singer and listener alike to the great mystery and great joy that is the Trinity - Father, Son, and Holy
Emanating from the time of Reformation, the "five sola" themes have been focal points of Protestant faith for five centuries - Christ alone, scripture alone, grace alone, faith alone, and glory to God
A majestic and powerful setting of faith. With a short medium-voice solo, accessible choral voicing, and optional orchestration available, Grace Alone will inspire both choirs and congregations
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Celebrating grace is a part of every faith. It is also a basic tenant of the Reformation. This music is simple and engaging. Encourage your youth to join together in song to learn and celebrate their
Five stories for kids, related to the five sola themes: grace alone, Christ alone, faith alone, scripture alone, and glory of God alone. Stories by Grace Chung, illustrations by Cami Ferreira. Very useful
The Hallel refers to Psalms 113-118, which, in the Jewish tradition, are one continuous prayer recited during certain Jewish holidays. In this medium-length multi-movement work for times of
A stunningly beautiful new melody featured in unison lines, a baritone solo, and a familiar text combine to create this moving anthem. The piano part is creative and engaging. An excellent addition to the
This well-crafted anthem sets biblical passages from 1 Corinthians, Romans 8 and Ephesians 3. The music is in 12/8 time and is adorned with a descant soprano line. The middle section is a bit
The text takes the soloist and listener on a journey with Jesus, who carried, bled, and finally died on the cross. Utilizing a minor melody and building key changes, the music expresses the growing drama of
Jesus Loves Me features five creative sola-themed organ arrangements by Grace Chung. These practical and artistic arrangements portray a wide spectrum of emotions and styles related to these important
This powerful, soulful anthem opens with prophetic scriptures from Isaiah 53, and then propels the text forward to Jesus as the triumphant fulfillment of the prophecy "Jesus, King of kings, Who now reigns!"
Written and arranged to honor the retirement of University of Michigan choral director Dr. Jerry Blackstone, Jubilee! will delight both singers and audiences alike. Composer William K. Brehm and arranger
This new musical setting of a familiar Fanny Crosby text is written in a flowing melodic style. There is one option for the soloist to invite a congregation to join with the familiar refrain of the original