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Angels Song
Angels Song Angels Song
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

Glory, glory, peace on earth! This unison song tells the story of the shepherds in the field hearing the angels' song and running to meet their new-born Savior. The Angels' Song is sung first by the angels,... view details
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Blessed Is the Man
Blessed Is the Man Blessed Is the Man
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

In learning this piece, your children's choir will be memorizing an entire Psalm! The rondo form gives even the youngest singer the repetition necessary to learn it. Varied tonalities and melodies set the... view details
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God's Word (Is Like a Promise)
God's Word (Is Like a Promise) God's Word (Is Like a Promise)
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

The Bible, God's Word, gives contains many wonderful promises to hold onto through life. And what better way to teach those promises than through music? Interwoven with a peppy A section are three of God's... view details
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Hear, O Israel
Hear, O Israel Hear, O Israel
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

With words straight from the Bible, this song presents God's first and strongest commandment in a modal setting. The ABA form makes it easy to learn, and the violin part adds a touch of sophistication to this... view details
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O Clap Your Hands
O Clap Your Hands O Clap Your Hands
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

Peppy syncopations set the tone for praising God in this unison treatment of Psalm 47. The ABA form makes it easy for singers to learn; and the limited range of a 7th makes it accessible to the younger choir... view details
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Put Your Eyes on Jesus
Put Your Eyes on Jesus Put Your Eyes on Jesus
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

This lovely song serves as a reminder that we should keep our eyes on the Lord, and He'll show you the way. The simple ABA form assures that the young singers will perform with confidence from beginning to... view details
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Shout Hallelujah!
Shout Hallelujah! Shout Hallelujah!
Kay Lovingood - Kay Lovingood

Upbeat, peppy, and rhythmic describe this praise anthem. A slower, calmer middle section gives reasons why we should "Shout Hallelujah Clap Your Hands." From the youngest singer to the oldest audience member,... view details
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