Here's a jazzy, R&B influenced treatment of a beloved spiritual. There are optional ad-lib solos for tenor and alto sax. For AATB or SATB saxophone quartet.
This acclaimed instrumental solo series has been enthusiastically embraced by skilled instrumentalists seeking resources for worship and concert. These hymn settings showcase Brant's idiomatic understanding
Originally part of three pieces for cello and piano, this has been skillfully transcribed for organ and solo instrument (flute, oboe, violin, or clarinet). A reflective andante in A minor, this duet is
Elegy was commissioned by organist Douglas Cleveland. It is a one-movement work in a lyrical, meditative style. Its harmonic language is French-influenced, but the composer considers the piece
Designed for maximum flexibility, Hymns of Praise can be used for a solo instrument with piano or CD accompaniment or for any ensemble in any combination of instruments from duets to full
The second volume in the popular and versatile series, these creative and practical arrangements work equally well as solos or duets by any combination of C and B-flat instruments. They are ideal for
A beautiful setting of this beloved classic is now creatively set for solo instrument with piano. A terrific choice for just about any church occasion!
This is a straightforward yet beautiful arrangement of the famous tune. It will require sensitive musicianship and good technique, but is such a fine piece, it practically plays itself.
The scores of hymns written by the team of Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty and Stuart Townend have quickly made their way into the hands and hearts of congregants. Lloyd Larson has transformed ten of these hymns
A Rich Heffler arrangement. This solo starts out with a great deal of flourish based on Come Ye Thankful People, Come" and then settles down for a solemn rendition of We Gather Together.
Orchestrate Your Inbox
What are your interests? Fine-tune your email so you receive only what's important to you.
Thank you! Please check your inbox. We've sent an email with a link to update your preferences.
Pepper Music eClubs
Everything you need for the upcoming season and special recommendations from our editors! Each club is sent monthly (unless otherwise noted).
Cued In - The Pepper Blog
A weekly digest of insightful articles, helpful resources, and interviews with leading composers and arrangers
Subscribe to Cued In
Thanks, you're almost done! Please check your inbox and click the link to complete your subscription.