An acoustic arrangement of this beautiful hymn about coming together in love, in a classical Appalachian style featuring string quartet, acoustic guitar, light percussion, and piano. Appropriate in any season, but perfect for Holy Week and Easter. Begins with a string quartet introduction; singing starts when the guitar enters.
A medium tempo ballad arrangement of the Lent hymn My Song Is Love Unknown. This 18th century Italian text recounts the love of Christ and his sacrifice on the cross. Perfect for Lent, Holy Week, and the Easter season. Piano, bass, light drums, and guitar. Three verses.
Sometimes used with children on Ash Wednesday because of the "ashes" in the lyrics, this is a light orchestral version of the traditional game. Brief introduction and interlude gives the kids time to get into position, and several repeats make it just long enough for a little performance.
A gentle acoustic version of this traditional hymn about depending on the cross. Perfect for Lent and Ash Wednesday. Piano, guitar, bass, viola, and light percussion in an arrangement that's easy to sing.
This famous civil rights anthem is fun to sing, with stirring, powerful lyrics. A rubato piano introduction for a soloist is followed by six uptempo verses for the congregation or choir, accompanied by a full band.
One of the traditional melodies for this Jewish prayer, accompanied by accordion, bass, violin, guitar, and drums. Two slow verses out front help people remember the words, and then four fast verses follow. A great rhythmic song for holidays, for both children and adults.
A traditional orchestra and organ arrangement of this classic hymn of gratitude and thanksgiving. Small range and moderate tempo makes it easy for congregational singing. The arrangement builds steam as it progresses, adding more orchestral instruments in each verse.