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Brian Hanson gives this beloved hymntune new life through exquisite part-writing and accompaniment. Abide with Me is a stunning arrangement of EVENTIDE, complete with suspensions and soaring open
With a text based on Colossians 3:12-14 and original music by Joel Raney, this is a compelling anthem calling for the church to bind together in compassion, kindness, forgiveness and, "above all else,"
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A festive introit for the season of lights is unveiled in this new collaborative anthem. Incorporating VRUECHTEN, a hymn theme typically associated with Eastertide, this re-thinking places a substantial
There is a hopeful spirit to this refreshing folk-style anthem. An easy-to-learn melody supports the encouraging message that God's mercies are ever new, and the harmonic qualities of the work contain a few
Based on a well-known text, this powerful testament of grace is a good choice for Lent or Communion. The accessible choral parts are accompanied by a flowing piano part, with optional cello. The restrained
Although not a complex arrangement, the strength of the piece is precisely in its simplicity. The keyboard's mostly blocked-chord accompaniment is enhanced by the cello and violin duet, which sets the tone
This masterfully crafted essay on the timeless Irish hymn is realized with the utmost concern for the melody, the singers, and the accompanist. Liquid vocals appear over understated piano lines,
This reflective hymn takes the listener from the communion table all the way to fellowship in heaven with Christ. The flexible arrangement allows for choirs to choose a SATB or SAB voicing, and the
"Beloved mystery, the source of hope for me. The bread, the wine, the sacrifice offered up for me." Beautiful text by Rose Aspinall and Randy Vader are set to music by Jay Rouse. This accessible arrangement
Comfortable and assuring, this folk-gospel octavo is an engaging way to introduce a message of hope into your worship music. The early-American feel, adorned with the bluegrass consort, creates an eventful
Lush harmonies abound in this original a cappella Christmas piece by Lloyd Larson, based on the familiar beloved lyric "Child in the manger, infant of Mary; outcast and stranger, Lord of all..." A cameo
This simple Swedish folk hymn always sounds particularly meaningful when sung by children's voices. Arranged here for two-part voices and piano, it brings a tender moment of pure innocence to
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