This set of four medium difficulty a cappella songs spans the gamut from madrigal to modern—telling the Advent story with lush vocals and poetic verse. Use the familiar KJV narrations, and you’ll have a 12-minute suite perfect for a Christmas Eve Service or caroling setting.
Ranging from traditional to lite contemporary in style, here are 10 outstanding SATB selections from Dennis Allen – one of the world's most prolific and popular arrangers of church music.
Five stirring patriotic favorites accessibly arranged for SATB choir by Tom Fettke, Camp Kirkland, Kris Crunk, Richard Kingsmore, and Dave Williamson. Could easily be adapted for a mixed 4-part ensemble of your strongest singers!
Beloved hymns of the Church are given a brand new life in Hymns, Vol. 2. Songs like Be Thou My Vision, I Will Sing of My Redeemer and Trust and Obey have been lovingly (re)arranged for your choir by Dave Williamson, Dennis Allen, Russell Mauldin, Luke Woodard and more!
Ranging from traditional to contemporary, this collection of 2-part choir favorites includes five hand-picked songs your singers can master with minimal rehearsal. Perfect for those weeks when time is limited!
Whether solo or full SATB choir, Praise & Worship band or piano only, there is something for everyone here from the prolific pen of worship leader Regi Stone.
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.
A collection of 5 easy 3-part and SATB Thanksgiving favorites from renowned writers/arrangers that your choir will enjoy rehearsing as much as they enjoy singing.
Scored for piano and voices, this easy 15-minute suite for traditional or blended choir settings is a thanksgiving-themed celebration that's appropriate for any time of year. Optional responsive readings provide a wonderful opportunity to involve your congregation!