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.
With a rollicking groove and biblical message, this fun and easy tune will remind your children's choir and congregation to value spiritual riches over earthly distractions. Perfect for early elementary-age singers.
A beautiful anthem of praise and adoration, this contemplative piece will be well received in any service. For 3-part choir, this worshipful refrain beckons us into His presence with praise. Also available as SATB arrangement. [Lyric video accompaniment track available for Unlimited Members.]
Perfect for young voices, this upbeat celebration of God's Word reminds us all of the sure confidence we have in loving guidance of scripture. Arranged for unison children's choir.
From the opening instrumental treatment of William Kirkpatrick's Away In A Manger to the exquisite use of SATB adult choir and children's choir together, Hal Wright's arrangement of Infant Holy, Infant Lowly is a can't-miss Christmas anthem. [Video Track and Limited Orchestration available]
From veteran arrangers Bradley Knight and Regi Stone, this atmospheric Christmas ballad features simple children's choir and 4-part adult choir. Includes "Angels We Have Heard on High."
Arranged for unison children's choir and optional women's ensemble, this upbeat medley of classic Christmas carols will enliven any worship service in December. Includes "The First Noel," "O Come, All Ye Faithful," and "Joy to the World!"
Arranged for ages 6-10, this engaging 24-minute “musical within a musical” tells the story of a kids choir seeking a Christmas musical that’s better than last year’s disaster. Instead of the “hippest” new music book, they find their inspiration in the Bible’s account of Jesus’ birth!