FIVE Christmas songs in one! - O Come All Ye Faithful, Angels We Have Heard On High, How Great Our Joy, Joy To The World, Angels From The Realms Of Glory and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. Great for choir or congregational Christmas singing. [Orchestration available to Unlimited PLUS Members]
Lowell Alexander & Camp Kirkland have created a majestic, regal setting of Isaiah 9:6: "...he will be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace." For SATB choir in traditional or blended worship settings.
A majestic lyric and melody frame the Christmas story in an elegant 2-part arrangement that inspires worship and awe and would work well in traditional, blended, and contemporary services alike. Works equally well for older children's choir, youth choir, or adult choir.
Sheldon Curry has turned the traditional anthem "Alleluia! Song of Gladness" on its head with this celebratory arrangement, set to a traditional Jewish melody. The energy and intertwining parts are fun for any choir and congregation!
Phillip Keveren's tapestry of anticipation turns to joyous celebration at the birth of Christ and features "Angels We Have Heard on High." Great opening song for a Christmas service or musical for traditional, blended or contemporary music settings.
This poignant song/poetry reading recounts the true life tale of the World War I Christmas Truce. Arranged for SATB choir or ensemble and reader, this piece serves well in traditional and blended settings.
Kris Crunk presents a simple SATB medley of "Infant Holy, Infant Lowly" with "Oh Little Town of Bethlehem" that focuses the heart squarely on the Child in the manger. For traditional or blended music settings.
From the Serengeti to the shores of Lake Victoria, it's time for Christmas on the continent of Africa! This fun and spirited song of Christmas praise can be performed as a stand-alone piece or as part of a Christmas musical or collection.