Hymn (Choir)

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  • I’m Gonna Sing!

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    This upbeat barbershop quartet is sure to be a favorite with any congregation. If you have four men in your choir that have a flair for tight harmonies and syncopated rhythms, give the women in your choir the week off and treat them to this piece!

    Choral Anthem for TTBB. Purchase price allows you to make as many copies as you need for your choir.

  • Jesus Lover of My Soul

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    Charles Wesley’s hymn “Jesus, Lover of My Soul”  is a timeless text that has been forever in search of a timeless tune. This choral setting brings out the pathos of the text, an urgent prayer in time of need. The anthem is scored for SATB Choir and Piano and can be purchased from GIA Music.

    I love this hymn so much that I included it in an episode of the Greg Scheer Music Podcast as well as a Lent hymn series that explored a different musical setting of “Jesus, Lover of My Soul” every week.

  • Jesus, Be Enough

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    Most Christmas songs are all joy and confidence: Shepherds overwhelmed by angelic songs; Wisemen led by navigational stars. But if your life is at all like mine, those moments are rare. Instead, life is often accompanied by a soundtrack of doubt, missteps, and loss. “Jesus, Be Enough” asks the question: Is Jesus a sufficient gift even when Christmas miracles don’t occur? Will we trust God even when our prayers seem to go unanswered? It is a Christmas carol for the rest of us. [Above is a demo of the choral anthem and below is a version with guitar and cello.]

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  • Let His Name Be Lifted Up

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    The verses of this song celebrate the crucifixion, burial, resurrection, and return of Christ–each being a reason to sing “Let His Name Be Lifted Up” in the chorus!

  • Lord, We Set Apart This Time

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    This hymn makes the perfect bookends for a service: verse one is a call to worship and verse two is a call to service. It is written in four-parts and sounds beautiful sung by a cappella choir.

    This hymnis a free download. If you sing this song in your church please report its use to CCLI or OneLicense.

  • Make Us One within Your Spirit

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    What started its life as a hymn of unity based on Ephesians 4 soon became an anthem for SATB Choir, Organ, and Brass, commissioned by River Road Presbyterian Church in honor of their retiring music direction, and my friend, Larry Heath.

    PowerPoint slides for congregational singing are available from Digital Songs & Hymns.

  • May the Peace of God

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    This short, four-part benediction from Philippians 4:7 connects to Psalm 4. It could be used as a coda to my Psalm 4 song “I Rest in You” or sung as a choral benediction at the end of a worship service.

    This hymn is a free download. If you sing this song in your church please report its use to CCLI or OneLicense.

  • Psalm 13: How Long Will You Forget Me, Lord (MARTYRDOM)

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    This choral/congregation setting of Psalm 13 began its life as Alas! And Did My Savior Bleed (which, by the way, I think you should sing in your church this upcoming Lent). When The Choral Scholars and I were doing the initial reading sessions, I decided that the arrangement of the tune MARTYRDOM would fit both texts.

    Choral anthem for SATB choir and piano. Purchase price allows you to make as many copies as you need for your choir.

  • Psalm 148: Creation’s Chorus

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    Psalm 148 is a call to praise in three parts, starting with the heavenly realms, moving to the creatures of the earth, and finally calling all people on earth to praise the Lord.

    Choral anthem for SATB choir and piano. Purchase price allows you to print as many copies as you need for your choir.

  • Psalm 19: The Heavens Declare God’s Glory

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    Adapted from Psalm 19, this festive anthem is guaranteed to be a hit with choir and congregation alike. Parts are also available for Brass Quartet. “‘The Heavens Declare’ is one of the best anthems I have done in my ten years of singing…it is uplifting, inspiring, and joyful.” -Carole Anderson

  • Psalm 23: The King of Love (ST. COLUMBA)

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    Hands down, one of my favorite hymns is “The King of Love My Shepherd Is.” I wrote an SSA arrangement of this which found a home in the Augsburg Choirbook for Women. More recently I re-arranged it for SATB choir.

  • Psalm 40: Patiently

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    This meditative rendering of Psalm 40 won the 2017 Church of the Servant New Psalm Contest. You can read the whole story below.

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