The lilting 6/8 meter of this anthem is brimming with joy. You can feel the exuberance in the opening fanfare and the dance of the primary theme. The text is pulled from both Old and New Testament passages
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This communion anthem is a perfect complement to the implementation of the Eucharist during worship. Melodic and plaintive, the verse flows easily as a canon. The character of the piece is a solemn joy, and
Joseph Martin has partnered with Rebecca Fair for this flowing anthem that celebrates the life of Jesus. Everyone is sure to enjoy the inclusion of O HOW I LOVE JESUS to this lilting original that can be
When you hear the word "grateful," you think Thanksgiving, and this anthem fits then as well as any time of year. The lyrics of Francis Scott Key are a pleasant surprise, with additional text by the
"Don't miss your place on the Good Ship of Grace." Choirs of all ages will enjoy this upbeat original gospel anthem that tells the story of Ezekiel's vision of the river of life. The choral texture is
It is the drive of the piano accompaniment that first grabs your attention. Then comes the Easter text riding on a modern melody. But in the end it is the surprising harmonies that seal the deal - this is a
This anthem is a prayer of gratitude and trust that will be effective almost anytime. Thanks to some references to the "Comforter," it is also effective during Pentecost. The music is gentle in nature with
The prayer request is a common one, "Keep our children safe and may they follow you, O Lord." Patricia Mock's words and melody carry a parent's earnest plea, and Faye Lopez has creatively arranged it for
This is a song which primarily praises God's creation, yet it also lifts up God's care for us as well. A joyous song, it is an excellent choice for beginning the new year. The accompaniment keeps a steady
This anthem may begin gently and humbly, but the sorrow soon gives way to joy. The verses and chorus are wonderfully melodic, with a moving piano accompaniment. The piano part is more challenging than the
"In my Father's hands, He covers me with grace." Patricia Mock and Faye Lopez have created a folk-like anthem of comfort and assurance. The memorable refrain and transparent vocal textures will appeal
In a lilting folk manner, this engaging anthem tells of Christ's early ministry and various miracles, including walking on water, calming the wind and the waves, and turning water into wine. Unison singing
"No other hope, no other plea: He took my place and died for me." So goes the chorus of this new and lovely song. It is a flowing melody with a harmony that can be pleasantly surprising. One can
The familiar Fairest Lord Jesus text is dressed in a new musical garb with tasty harmonies and a captivating tune. The accompaniment begins simply, as does the vocal writing. Appropriate for almost
The opening strain of this familiar melody begins with plainsong and later moves into an accompanied section in 12/8 time. The piano takes a firm stance in the third verse, returning to the 12/8
This piece begins simply, like a "Praise song," but develops into a full choral anthem. The modulations are bold and uplifting. An honoring text that affirms God’s all-knowing, all-seeing powers
The triumphant ride into Jerusalem is such a wonderful day to celebrate. The words and song of Patricia Mock reflect the fervor of the festive crowd and encourage us to raise our palms in praise. This piece
The expression marking opens with "soulfully, in a gospel style," and you know right away you are in for a good time. Patricia Mock is a skilled poet and songwriter, and Faye Lopez is a super arranger. The
It would be a challenge to sing this song any other way than "joyfully." The text and tune simply demand it, and the driving accompaniment makes it even more so. The chorus is especially catchy, and the
One of the earliest praise choruses that became a standard in almost every denomination is Thou Art Worthy by Pauline Michael Mills. In the hands of Kevin Memley, a profound dignity embraces
The text from Psalm 27 is a familiar one about keeping the faith when times are hard, and Mark Roseberry's setting does it great service. The musical path that leads to the word "wait" is hopeful and
Laura Farnell brings a fresh contemporary setting to the familiar text "Blest be the tie that binds." This piece could have multiple uses during the church year, including memorials, benedictions and other
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Jesus' prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane is often set in a dark and lonely tone. Patricia Mock and Richard Nichols bring us into a prayer for the entire world. This is a rich and meaningful moment in text
Psalm 95 is a text that begs for a lyrical melody and these composers deliver. Written in a classical-era style, the character of the piece is light and proper, fitting the truths of the Psalm.
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