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As With Gladness / For the Beauty of the Earth (DIX)$5.00 Add to cart[audio mp3="https://gregscheer.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/dix-as_with_gladness-for_the_beauty.mp3"][/audio]
This Just Add People arrangement of the hymn tune DIX includes a stately piano accompaniment as well as an alternate, more active accompaniment for select verses. It can be used with any text sung to DIX, including “As with Gladness Men of Old” and “For the Beauty of the Earth.”
Piano accompaniment for congregational singing.
DIX (For the Beauty of the Earth) – instrumental introduction$5.00 Add to cart
A simple orchestral introduction to the hymn tune DIX, adaptable to any four-part ensemble. DIX is most often used with the texts “For the Beauty of the Earth” and “As with Gladness Men of Old.” (This is a different arrangement from the Just Add People product for the same tune. Find that piano arrangement here.)
Four-part instrumental arrangement, with parts for instruments in C, Bb, Eb, and F.
O Bless the Lord, My Soul (ST THOMAS)$35.00 Add to cart
This is a string orchestra accompaniment for the hymn tune ST THOMAS, using the text “O Bless the Lord, My Soul.” This hymn of praise is appropriate for Thanksgiving Day, building dedications, and pastor installation services. The festive nature of the arrangement will turn a common hymn into a regal anthem.
This arrangement is mentioned in Greg’s podcast, “Thanksgiving Brainstorms.”
Score and parts for violins, viola, cello, double bass, and timpani. Purchase price allows you to print as many copies as you need for your ensemble.
Psalm 100: Shout for Joy to the Lord All the Earth$5.00 Add to cart
This setting of Psalm 100 evokes the celebration of all creation with colorful chords and and a flowing melody.
Sheet music for voice and piano.
We Worship You$0.00 Add to cart[audio mp3="https://gregscheer.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/we_worship_you.mp3"][/audio]
“The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; may the name of the Lord be praised.” (Job 1:21)
“We Worship You” was first sung at Chuck Rosemeyer’s memorial service, and though it was introduced in this context, it is truly a song of gratitude, thanking God for all of his gifts and recognizing his hand in life, death, and the life to come.
This song is mentioned in Greg’s podcast, “Thanksgiving Brainstorms.”
PowerPoint slides for congregational singing are available from Digital Songs & Hymns.
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