Worship: SAB, SA, SB, TB, Unison
Borning Cry (SATB or two-part mixed voices, flute, piano) 3'20" (Morning Star Music)
John Ylvisaker's best-known worship song in two choral arrangements. Level: Med-Easy. (more)
Cradling Children in His Arm (2-part or SATB voices, whistlers, flute and keyboard) 1'20"
A short playful setting appropriate for Sundays which include the sacrament of Holy Baptism. It is just the right length to be sung either while the baptismal party comes forward or while they return to their seats. (more)
Dear God (hymn version) (congregation or unison choir, keyboard) 3'00"
The Gift (SAB, organ) 3'00" (MorningStar Music)
A contemplative setting for worship of a song by John Ylvisaker, creator of "Borning Cry." Level: Easy. (more)
How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place (SAB or SATB, piano) 3'30"
A marriage of the assuring Psalm 84 text and an infectious traditional Scottish folk melody in this arrangement for school, church or community choirs. (more)
I Will Take the Cup of Salvation (two-part mixed voices [opt. descant], cantor, piano or handbells) 3'00"
Easy and lyrical psalm antiphon for Maundy Thursday or general use. Level: Easy.(more)
Let All The World In Every Corner Sing (SA(T)B, SSA or TTBB; piano, opt. chamber orchestra) 3'30"
A soaring melody enhances these popular words of praise for the grandeur of God's creation. (more)
Let the Same Mind Be Among You (congregation with optional SATB choir, organ or piano) 4'00"
This congregational hymn is based on Philippians 2:1-11. The Apostle Paul quotes an ancient hymn as he urges the Philippians to be like Christ, humbling themselves and serving one another. (more)
Litany of Healing Prayers (cantor or unison choir, congregation, keyboard) 2' 30'
A sung prayer for cantor and congregational response with the option to insert your own prayer petitions. Level: Very Easy. (more)
Lord Of All Hopefulness (SAB, flute, organ) 3'10"
An elegant, meditative arrangement of a lovely Irish tune. Level: Med-Easy. (more)
My God Is A Rock (In A Weary Land) (SATB or SSA, piano) 5'00"
Rock the house with this electrifying setting of a passionate spiritual. (more)
My Soul Doth Magnify (SAB or SA, piano or handbells) 2'45"
Repeated patterns in the accompaniment signify Mary's steadfast faith, while her words of praise echo in the chant-like melody. Level: Med-Easy. (more)
Now Thank We All Our God (Verse 2)(two-part [SB] chorus, piano, tambourine) 40" Free download!
A choral verse to alternate with congregational singing of the hymn. Level: Easy. (more)
Now We Await Your Coming, Lord (Advent response for solo cantor, congregation and/or unison choir, piano) 1'00"
A simple, meditative antiphon for the Advent season. Level: Very Easy. (more)
Now We Await Your Coming, Lord/Veni Emmanuel (Advent response for solo cantor, SATB, piano, opt. congregation, opt. instrumentation: fl, hn, vln I, vln II, vla, & vnc) 3'00"
Meditative antiphon for the Advent season for your choir and optional congregation. Level: Medium. (more)
Palm Sunday Medley (SAB or SA, opt. youth choir or soloists, piano) 2'40"
The majestic spiritual "Ride On, King Jesus" is the basis for this worship anthem to usher in your Holy Week. Level: Med-Easy. (more)
Psalm Antiphons (cantor, congregation or unison choir, keyboard, opt. instruments) (Augsburg Fortress)
Short musical responses to enliven the singing of the Psalms in worship. (more)
Thy Holy Wings (unison treble with descant, piano or chamber orch. [flute, clarinet and strings]) 2'10" (Shawnee Press/Mark Foster)
A lovely Swedish folk melody with sacred text suitable for children or older treble voices. (more)
When Jesus Wept (3-part voices in canon, 2 recorders or flutes) 3'00"
A melody from 18th century American William Billings, set simply in canonic rounds. Level: Med-Easy. (more)
When Love Is Found (SAB, flute, clarinet, piano) 3'00" (Kjos Music)
A favorite at weddings. Soloists may be substituted for choir. Wind instruments optional. Level: Med-Easy. (more)
With Joy (congregation or unison choir, piano, optional solo) Duration: 3'00" with verses; 45 seconds for refrain only.
A refrain of gratitude for your congregation or choir when gifts are presented. Perfect for offertory response on non-communion Sundays, stewardship Sundays, or Thanksgiving. Level: Easy. (more)