From the Discover Worship musical, "Fall on Your Knees," this piano-driven piece starts as a ballad and grows into an anthem. Though it comes from a Christmas musical, it is perfectly suited to any praise & worship setting, and has room for soloist, pianist, small band, and vocal ensemble alike.
Featuring timeless arrangements of original and familiar Christmas favorites, “The Hope of Christmas” creates a warm, memorable experience for everyone in attendance, and brings a heartfelt, encouraging message to those looking for meaning this Christmas season. Includes exclusive full-length video!
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Ranging from easy to medium difficulty, this upbeat yet accessible 7-song, half-hour piece features original works from Dennis Allen, Bradley Knight, and Phillip Keveren, as well as fresh interpretations of 5 beloved carols. Narration can be handled by one person or shared throughout the work.
Dave Williamson's arrangement of this beloved hymn is a dynamic interpretation, with new words and music by Tommy Walker. Beginning with an acoustic guitar-driven Western feel, and building to a nearly cinematic climax, it's sure to stoke joy in the hearts of your choir and congregation alike.
Flowing effortlessly between sparse & minimal and full & present, Joseph Nimoh's take on this familiar song is not as much a single arrangement as it is a masterful display of the many different ways you can interpret a simple melody.
With a laid-back, reggae feel, this 2-part arrangement for children's choir conveys the simple, beautiful message of our being created in the image of God, and invited for us to receive Him and be called His. It is also available as part of the children's musical, "Sticky Notes and Bible Quotes."
Based on the classic hymn, "Standing on the Promises," Stan Pethel's arrangement is a more peaceful, reflective expression. Arranged for SATB choir and ideal for traditional settings. [Orchestrations available to Unlimited Plus members]
Luke Gambill's arrangement of the classic hymn feels both timeless and fresh. Featuring the same familiar melody and lyrics, but adding a soloist with choral backing and an understated worship band feel, it's a piece equally suited to both performance and congregational worship.