“O Sons and Daughters, Let Us Sing” is appropriate for the entire Easter season, especially Easter 2 (the Sunday after Easter). Hear and view the music at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6C1XUVhAU3g. It is available for purchase at https://www.giamusic.com/store/resource/o-sons-and-daughters-let-us-sing-print-g009045.
Talk about environment friendly! – and healthy to boot. Choirs will love this upbeat folk tune by James Gordon. Nickel adds another Canadian classic to fit the theme – “My Paddle’s Keen and Bright”.
Introducing a new piece for your church choir – “Life Everlasting.” This powerful piece, based on text by poet Laura Knight Cobb, is well-suited for Easter, or as a general-themed anthem. Paired with “Christ the Lord Has Risen Today,” it draws on a powerful melody, well-crafted voice parts, and majestic brass writing to create an anthem that will uplift and inspire. The use of unison lines and repetition make this accessible to most any choir.
Carol Browning is pleased to announce the release of her third collection with GIA Publications, Inc. The recording and corresponding octavo collection is titled “Unknown Blessings: Finding God in Worship and the World” and includes brand-new material, along with some older, unrecorded works, for congregation and for choir. The heart of Carol’s music comes from listening to the Spirit and crafting singable, accessible melodies and beautiful choral arrangements for worship and prayer.
HOT OFF THE PRESSES #2…My brand new edition of Johann Michael Haydn’s EX SION SPECIES for SATB choir and keyboard accompaniment(or optional strings, 2 trumpets and continuo), published by Alliance Music Publications (AMP 1120). Harmonically colorful with an unusual “Alleluja” ending! Go to the link below to see of PDF of the entire vocal score.
Continuing in the tradition of his ever-popular “Angele Dei”, Jimmy Baas has crafted a lovely new work for SA or SAB voices. This Latin setting of John 3:16-17 is an ideal addition to any sacred concert program. Written in a primarlily homophonic structure, this new work employs repeating motives, stepwise motion, and simple harmonic progressions making it suitable for a wide range of youth and adult choirs. Take a look today and don’t forget to check out the “Related Items” to view some of Jimmy’s other publications.