A grand orchestral arrangement of the Ode to Joy, the famous melody from the finale of Beethoven's 9th symphony. Begins intimately, with guitar and solo cello, and quickly opens to full orchestra. Makes a perfect congregational worship song for themes of happiness and thanksgiving.
A mellow acoustic version of the traditional Easter hymn. Piano and guitars, drumset with brushes, shaker, and organ. An easy and beautiful congregational song for any time of year, but particular in the Easter season.
A heartfelt, contemporary praise song in a rock arrangement with guitars, organ, and piano. Perfect as an opening song for corporate worship. Energizing and worshipful, in the style of Chris Tomlin or Tim Hughes.
A powerful celtic arrangement of the traditional hymn, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, originally by Robert Robinson and J. Wyeth. Hymn asking for personal commitment and faith. 3/4 time, 3 verses through.
A peaceful contemporary arrangement of the traditional hymn, The Old Rugged Cross. Perfect for Easter, Lent, and Good Friday. Songs lyrics reinforce faith in the cross, and the hope that is found in salvation. Four verses in this arrangement (repeat of the first verse at end, or room for alternate lyrics).
A gospel backing track of the popular spiritual Precious Lord, Take My Hand by Thomas Dorsey. Four verses (three with a recap of the first) in 3/4 time. Very soulful and prayerful, asking for God's protection throughout the various stages and trials of life. Perfect for worship.
Vocals accompanied by a contemporary solo piano and viola arrangement of the traditional hymn, For All The Saints. This arrangement has 4 verses. Powerful hymn about God's faithfulness and his promise of victory and salvation.
A dramatic orchestral arrangement of the traditional hymn O Sacred Head Now Wounded. Perfect for Good Friday, Lent, and Easter. Works well as a solo, or with choir, depicting the crucifixion of Jesus. Four verses.