Curated from the abundant works of the veteran arranger, these five hymns range from tender to triumphant, somber to spectacular. Each arrangement embodies Tom Fettke’s signature balance of singable harmony, traditional choral sound, and graceful beauty. An excellent collection for the small choir.
This nuanced, traditional arrangement of "Sing We Now Of Christmas" brings an old world sensibility to the Christmas season. For SATB choir, includes video accompaniment track [for our Unlimited Members] and optional part for children's choir.
Jeff Lippencott's medley of "O Come All Ye Faithful," "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" and "Joy To The World" works well as a choral special or for congregational worship. [Lyric video accompaniment track available for Unlimited Members.]
A crisp arrangement of the classic carol for SATB choir with a slightly modern piano accompaniment by arranger Camp Kirkland. Excellent addition to a traditional worship service during the Christmas season.
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]
Arranged for the small choir, this rendition of the beloved Christmas carol features unison singing with moments of 2-part and a 3-part ending. Ready in one rehearsal!
Set to the beloved Irish tune "Londonderry Air," Sheldon Curry's lyric of gratitude and flowing choral arrangement is a lovely, lilting prayer of thanksgiving. Includes optional flute.
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.
This simple song of surrender from Dennis and Nan Allen can be ready in one rehearsal. The arrangement begins with a soloist, then moves to the choir with mostly unison and 2-part with a few moments of beautiful 4-part.