A gentle contemporary arrangement of the classic Thanksgiving hymn, Sing to the Lord of Harvest. Features piano, bass, drums, and acoustic guitar. Great for Thanksgiving Day and weekend services. Main themes about God's endless love.
A dramatic SATB chorus, movement 46 of Handel's Messiah. Extremely slow and quiet sections describing death alternate with loud, upbeat sections describing resurrection. For this recording, organ quietly doubles the vocal parts in the a capella sections.
A contemporary praise band version of the traditional ascension hymn, Alleluia Sing To Jesus. Guitars, drums, keyboards make up this arrangement that is high in energy. This Hyferdol track is also used for tracks 1017 Love Divine, All Loves Excelling, and 1016 Lord of Glory, You Have Bought Us..
Lift Every Voice and Sing was originally a poem written by James Weldon Johnson, and was set to music by his brother John Rosamund Johnson. The song is often referred to as the "Negro National Anthem," and quickly became a way for African Americans to demonstrate their patriotism and hope for the future. This arrangement follows the traditional setting, accompanied by a concert band.
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 contemporary praise band arrangement of the classic hymn, featuring acoustic guitar, drums, bass, and hammond organ. Great uplifting hymn about love, peace, equality, and community in Christ. Great for Easter, too!
A contemporary praise band version of the traditional hymn of Christain hope, Love Devine, All Loves Excelling. Guitars, drums, keyboards make up this arrangement that is high in energy. This Hyferdol track is also used for tracks 1016 Lord of Glory, You Have Bought Us, and 1096 Alleluia! Sing To Jesus.
Contemporary worship band arrangement of the popular praise and worship song How Great Is Our God, originally written and performed by Chris Tomlin. Builds through to the final chorus, and ends with a section for almost a capella singing or meditation. This version is lowered to G Major to assist with congregational singing.
A contemporary orchestral accompaniment to this carol about charity and blessing the poor. Three verses, with the third verse up a step for dramatic emphasis. Thick orchestral writing combines with a pop rhythm section for a glorious Christmas ambience.
Gentle pop 6/8 arrangement of the standard Christmas hymn using piano and guitars. All four verses, with musical interludes between each. Last verse is up a half step. Also great for Children's Pageants.
A moving, mystical arrangement of the traditional Christmas hymn Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence. Featuring string orchestra, piano and french horn playing three verses, this version adds a bar of rest after each phrase to obtain even 4 bar phrasing.
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.