With quiet, flowing characteristics, the text of this anthem aptly depicts the imagery of the Advent season. Optional flute and cello parts complement the texture and expressiveness. The flexible choral
Quoting O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, this prayerful Advent anthem is an ardent plea for the Promised One to come and dispel our gloom and sadness. Contrasting sections of unison and four-part vocal
All Await was commissioned by Trinity Presbyterian Church, Berwyn, Pennsylvania, in celebration of the church's 150th anniversary. Nancy Gifford was asked to compose a celebratory piece for this
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This classic Christmas chorus from Handel's Messiah has been skillfully arranged for SAB voices and organ by Hal H. Hopson. He has masterfully kept the essence of the original, even in the
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Telling the story of the angel Gabriel's annunciation to Mary, this Advent setting from Joel Raney is filled with appeal and charm. Along with the familiar carol, the addition of an uplifting new
Here's a grand processional with flexible options for use throughout the church year. Begin the year by using the Advent text; then bring the piece out again to celebrate Palm Sunday in festive procession,
A children's choir, or an optional soloist, and an adult choir join forces in this original antiphonal anthem calling for all to rejoice in Emmanuel's coming. The call-and-response technique is used to
The composer envisions this piece in the format of a question and answer: the refrain provides the question and the verses follow with the answers. This text is taken from the Gospel of Matthew and portrays
Choirs large and small will find this flexible anthem to be a tender addition to their Advent repertoire. The readily learned piece is accompanied by piano and includes a lovely cello obbligato. It can be
With a nod to classical form, this canon on Dona Nobis Pacem is appropriate any time of the year. The composer introduces the melody with the full unison choir, followed by a brief harmonic
Known as the Canticle of Simeon, these enduring words from the Gospel of Luke have been sensitively set in this quietly moving prayer song. The option to begin the piece a cappella, with
Designed to support the lighting of the Advent candles, this includes a choral opening followed by a call-and-response litany with piano underscore, then a text to be read with the lighting of the candle.
An original melody by Lloyd Larson combines with Bach's timeless Wachet Auf in this inspiring anthem. Accessible to choirs large and small, this selection is a beautiful addition to any Advent
This buoyant anthem by Lloyd Larson will be readily learned and appreciated by choirs large or small. "O come, Divine Messiah, the world in silence waits the day when hope shall sing its triumph, and
This creative new anthem seamlessly pairs the beloved Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring with the classic Advent text Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus. With a touch of word painting and poignant
The Charles Wesley text Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus paired with the tune JEFFERSON has a standard place in denominational hymnals. John Behnke has created a simple setting of this essential
This Advent song is based on a lilting Celtic melody and asks everyone to gather near in the glow of the Light. It makes reference to the advent candles of peace, love, hope and joy, with engaging
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