Master arranger Tom Fetke has set the Celtic blessing "St. Patrick's Breastplate" with a stirring melody and simple harmony. Features unison choir throughout, breaking into 4-part as each verse ends.
These 8 singable selections from some of your favorite arrangers are brilliantly woven together with scripture and insightful narrations focusing on Jesus as the Lamb of God. Stylistically appropriate for blended to light contemporary worship settings. 37 minutes long.
This set of four medium difficulty a cappella songs spans the gamut from madrigal to modern—telling the Advent story with lush vocals and poetic verse. Use the familiar KJV narrations, and you’ll have a 12-minute suite perfect for a Christmas Eve Service or caroling setting.
Five stirring patriotic favorites accessibly arranged for SATB choir by Tom Fettke, Camp Kirkland, Kris Crunk, Richard Kingsmore, and Dave Williamson. Could easily be adapted for a mixed 4-part ensemble of your strongest singers!
Get ready for a rip roarin' celebration of the birth of the Savior! Features the spirituals "I'm Gonna Sing," "Wonderful Counselor," "Wasn't That A Mighty Day" and "Go Tell It On The Mountain!" [Lyric video accompaniment track available to Unlimited Members.]
Invite your congregation and community to experience the Good News of Christmas by singing along with 15 beloved carols beautifully arranged for traditional/blended choir. 30 mins. Original narration and scriptures culminate in an invitation. Directions for downloading videos on What's Included tab.
This concert of majestic Easter Hymns features 9 of the Church’s most beloved songs for traditional SATB choir from today’s most respected arrangers. From easy to medium difficulty, pieces can be performed individually or with included narration as a 35-minute concert.
Five stirring patriotic favorites accessibly arranged for SATB choir by Dave Williamson, Bruce Greer, Tom Fettke, Dennis Allen, and Lowell Alexander & Phil Naish. Could easily be adapted for a mixed 4-part ensemble of your strongest singers!
Based on Psalm 89:1, this anthem of praise by Tom Fettke will be fun for your 4-part choir to sing--and an encouragement to all who hear the message! Works well in traditional and blended worship settings.