Seamlessly weaving two hymns of surrender with a distinctly modern touch, this moderately challenging piano arrangement calls for sensitive rubato throughout. Well-suited for time of reflection and prayer.
A collection of 10 easy three-part and SATB Easter favorites from renowned writers/arrangers that your choir will enjoy rehearsing as much as they enjoy singing.
For small choirs or larger choirs with limited skills, this fresh yet reverent celebration of the resurrection for 2-part and 3-part choir and soloists features arrangements by Jim Hammerly, Dave Williamson, Luke Woodard, and others that will work in traditional, blended, or contemporary settings.
From Valley Worship comes this new Christmas worship song for congregational singing or a featured solo in the Advent season. With a broad triplet feel and sincere lyrics, this ballad works well with a small acoustic band for accompaniment.
Arranged for piano, two violins and viola, this thoughtful rendition of the classic carol is styled in an Americana feel with jazz harmony inflections throughout. A memorable instrumental feature for the Christmas season.
Rather than simply telling the story of Easter, this SATB musical powerfully communicates— through song, scripture, and extended narrations—seven ways Christ’s death and resurrection radically transforms our lives. Arranged by Russell Mauldin, Dave Williamson, Robert Sterling, and others. 50 minutes
Rather than simply telling the story of Easter, this SATB musical powerfully communicates— through song, scripture, and extended narrations—seven ways Christ’s death and resurrection radically transforms our lives. Arranged by Dennis Allen, Travis Cottrell, Dave Williamson, and others. 50 min. long.
Ready in one rehearsal, this simple medley of "What Child Is This" and "Silent Night" features two solos and 2-part choir. A perfect last-minute addition for a Sunday in December.
Arranged for piano, flute and clarinet, this instrumental trio develops with classical precision offset by contemporary syncopation. Well-suited for an offertory or prelude. [Note: may be performed with any combination of C (flute, violin, etc.) and Bb instruments (clarinet, trumpet, etc.)]