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Made popular by contemporary artist Kari Jobe, this worshipful anthem has a quality like a lullaby, retelling the story of the birth of Christ. A tender reading that begins on the journey to Bethlehem and
With gentle beauty, this lovely song will delight and enthrall your congregation. Originally recorded by Michael W. Smith on his Reunion album.
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This beautiful arrangement pairs Silent Night with an original melody, lending a delightful ambiance to this beloved classic. The flowing piano and cello accompaniments enhance the lyrical melodies
This tender song of the angels is combined with another sweet folk melody, All Through the Night to create a Christmas lullaby to the Christ child. This setting comes from Joel's top-selling
This classic arrangement is done with respect to the glory of this beloved carol. This festive piece would be ideal for Lessons and Carols presentations or as a special moment in a Christmas season event.
Here is a piece that can be used as a choral introit or a processional during the Christmas season. It also functions as a seamless introduction to the congregational singing of The First Noel.
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The energy, power, and joy of Mary McDonald's original melody blended with fragments from Angels from the Realms of Glory add to the splendor of this festive yuletide anthem. From the cantata
This dramatic anthem magnifying God's sovereignty and majesty will be an inspiration to your congregation. With a few strains of the refrain from ADESTE FIDELES, this anthem is perfectly orchestrated,
What is a Christmas concert without this classic carol? Heather Sorenson's stunning setting breathes life into the seasonal favorite, spanning the dynamic spectrum and offering a musical presentation
The 19th-century poet Philips Brooks was inspired on his journey to the Holy Land when he traveled to the town of Bethlehem one Christmas Eve. It became the basis of his famous poem O Little Town of
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