This organ/brass/percussion arrangement of one of the great hymns of praise will enliven any festival service. The setting includes an instrumental introduction followed by treatments of the seven sung
The beloved text of the Choristers' Prayer, "Bless, O Lord, us Thy servants who minister in Thy temple" is set warmly by Craig Phillips. The vocal lines may be sung either by unison treble voices or with
This bright and joyous choral fanfare celebrates the joy of Easter with the familiar words of St. John of Damascus. The optional brass quartet and timpani parts are not at all difficult, making them easily
This creation-focused text is set beautifully by Craig Phillips. The piece is very well crafted and engaging. Suitable for Thanksgiving or any service focused on creation.
This is a rich and glorious anthem in the spirit of Phillips’s popular The Risen Sun. Words from the book of Romans serve as the text, which speaks of "being not conformed to the world." The
A short introit, and will be especially enjoyed by all who love music with its text from the Psalms.
Selah's ongoing series of anthems to texts by the great Welsh poet George Herbert continues with a setting of this beloved text of praise. David Ashley White has written a festive anthem with optional parts
This brief setting of the traditional threefold text provides several performance options: SATB, SAB, SSAA, or TTBB. The music employs a traditional harmonic language, but with some added contemporary
An a cappella The familiar benediction from the book of Numbers receives an expressive treatment by Alfred Fedak. Easy and hymn-like, but with interesting parts for all four voices, it is sure to become a
Commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for the 2016 National Convention in Houston, this organ/brass/percussion arrangement of one of the great hymns of praise will enliven any festival service.
Alice Parker's haunting portrayal of Richard Leach's text is engaging and picturesque. Moving lines intertwine to allow the listener to experience the setting. The accompaniment features drones and flowing
Commissioned for the 106th Annual Christmas Carol Services at Harvard University's Memorial Church, David White’s carol-like setting of Edward Caswall's familiar text is warm and lyrical. The
Psalm 139 is filled with memorable verses, and David Ashley White has chosen two for this lyrical anthem. The rising and falling melodic lines have a yearning quality that fits the invocatory nature of the
This two-part mixed arrangement is well crafted and exudes healing and comfort. The harp-like accompaniment supports simple imitative vocal textures. An excellent anthem for smaller choirs or slim
Words from Isaiah 42 make this an excellent anthem for occasions celebrating service, especially ordinations, anniversaries, and retirements. Fedak's dignified and lyrical music is homophonic and easy to
Commissioned by the American Guild of Organists for the 2016 National Convention in Houston and celebrating David Ashley White receiving the AGO Distinguished Composer Award, this anthem employs a text by
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