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
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
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
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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
The mercy seat of the scripture was a central place of worship, a place where God lived. In this setting, the piano part is challenging while the choral parts are easier but contain some two against three
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Magnificently arranged by Duane Funderburk, Once in Royal David’s City is sure to be a Christmas season highlight. The majestic arrangement includes options for congregation, children’s choir,
Composer Dan Forrest has combined the prayers from the timeless Te Deum text and woven them into an artistic and emotional offering entitled PRAYERS. Available with optional chamber and full orchestrations,
An engaging setting of the hymn tune WITYLIET with strong choral writing and occasional divisi. The powerful lyrics are adapted from Psalm 22, with three strophes that lead us on our earthly journey from
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From arrangers Yena Choi and Edwin M. Willmington, Selah, is a set of artistic arrangements of hymns for solo cello. The arrangements of familiar hymns allow the skills of the cellist to
What a Morning! is an ideal arrangement for a resurrection celebration. The arrangement uses the familiar spiritual My Lord, What a Morning to gradually build to a moment when the choir
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