This collection features five of our favorite arrangers presenting instrumental piano arrangements of well-known Christmas carols. These pieces strike a perfect balance between simple beauty and exuberant embellishment. Perfect for preludes, offertories, or special music in the holiday season.
Orchestrated with breathtaking simplicity for piano (opt. flute on 1 song), this wonderful suite of medium difficulty SATB arrangements conveys the sacred beauty of the Advent story. Includes responsive scripture readings for weekly Advent candle lightings or for presentation as a 27 minute service.
Upbeat and contemporary, this fresh 9-song, 39-minute celebration re-imagines “How Great Our Joy,” “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” “Angels We Have Heard on High” along with such modern favorites as “How Many Kings?” and “Let Us Be." Includes solos, duos, 3-part & SATB plus crisp narration for two.
An energetic rock groove animates Fanny Crosby's beloved hymn with a vibrant passion that will ignite a spirit of praise in your children's choir. With optional 2-part harmony.
This 30-minute musical for older children/youth gets straight to the heart of the Christmas story: Jesus was born so that we might be born again. The 8 songs—including 3 familiar carols—are fun and upbeat and arranged in unison and 2-part. Simple, short narration can be handled by 3 kids.
Reflecting on the Lord's Table with confidence in Christ's finished work and humility as we receive His eternal gift, this anthem will set a beautiful tone as your congregation partakes of the gifts of God at Communion. [Orchestrations available to Unlimited Members]
Reflecting on the Lord's Table with confidence in Christ's finished work and humility as we receive His eternal gift, this anthem will set a beautiful tone as your congregation partakes of the gifts of God at Communion.
With a flowing triplet feel, Benjamin Harlan's rendition of the beloved hymn of assurance features a well-arranged SATB setting your choir can learn in just a few rehearsals.
Tom Fettke's musical setting of the Prayer of St. Francis captures the sincere, sacred quality of the well-known lines with a traditional SATB sound, creating a solemn atmosphere of self-reflection and surrender.