The classic Carol of the Bells is given a fresh and contemporary twist by Isaac Cates. The initial statement begins with equal parts homophonic and polyphonic writing, underscored by a
This short eight-measure song is simple, yet contains profound truth. We are all created in the image of God. Can you imagine what it would be like to see the face of God in everyone you
Rumi, a 13th-century Sufi mystic, wrote this poem centuries ago, but its message of unity and acceptance is still potent today. Hayes uses the Lydian mode in his harmonies and melodic structure throughout
This is an exuberant musical statement about new life, new beginnings and the infinite potential we have when we connect with the Source of strength deep inside all of us. This is a call to adventure,
Mark Hayes has crafted a compelling anthem that calls us to be the peace the world needs. After the beautifully melodic A section, he uses the word "peace" in 20 foreign languages juxtaposed against a
This is a joyful affirmation of what life can be like when we are consciously connected to God's spirit. From this divine Source, we experience health, wholeness, peace, comfort, wisdom and freedom.
This joyous proclamation calls us all to walk in the light and be expressions of that light spreading peace, love, and goodwill to everyone. Positive and upbeat, this anthem has a rhythmic feel with easy to
The word "namaste" (pronounced nah-mah-STAY) comes from Sanskrit, the classical and spiritual language of India. It is a customary greeting often accompanied by a slight bow made with hands
This gentle, folk-like ballad speaks of hope, peace and guidance along the path of life. Even the wounds we experience in life bring healing as we are open to God's compassion and love. The piece is scored
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