An earnest song of hope and comfort, Making Room begins with a sparse and ambient feel, then crescendos into a lush expression of expectancy. This piece is well-suited to a contemporary worship service, and is as easily lead by a solo vocalist as by a praise & worship band.
"Shepherd" is a triumphant-sounding, anthemic interpretation of the 23rd Psalm, from Willamette Music. A versatile praise & worship-style song, it can be performed in a full-band setting like the recording, but would be no less stirring, stripped down with an acoustic guitar or piano.
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.
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]
Allan Koetz's instrumental interpretation of the traditional hymn, "Good Christian Men, Rejoice" is at once contemplative and exciting. Best tackled by a moderately experienced pianist, this is a perfect piece for an offertory or interlude.
This arrangement of the Christmas favorite stays faithful to the traditional feel and message of the original, while adding beautiful new verses from Nan Allen. It's arranged for SATB choir, but includes several sections in unison.