This original Palm Sunday anthem is brimming with rhythmic energy as it portrays the events of Jesus, the Blessed Messiah, entering into Jerusalem. The text explores the many questions that were asked of who he was and if he really was the Son of God. The powerful conclusion exclaims in affirmation, "You are the way, the truth, and the life, Son of God, Blessed One! Messiah!" This comes from Mary McDonald's musical My Savior's Love, code no. 8701. Orchestrations: Conductor's Score, Flute, Oboe (or Soprano Sax or Clarinet), Clarinet, Horn in F (or Alto Sax or Clarinet), 2 Trumpets (or Alto Sax), 2 Trombones (or Baritone T.C. or Tenor Sax), Percussion 1 & 2, Piano, Synth, Electric Bass, 2 Violins, Cello/Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet), String Reduction.
This Palm Sunday presentation is a perfect way to combine children with adults in a processional-style anthem proclaiming "blessed are they that come in the name of the Lord." The addition of the optional handbells and flute make this an excellent opener for your Palm Sunday worship. Instrumental parts: Conductor's score, flute & part for 6 handbells.
Here is the 6th volume in our successful series of accessible voicings of top-sellers in our catalog. There are pieces for Advent, Christmas, Palm Sunday, Lent, Communion and general occasions in a variety of styles. All of these are proven winners from composers and arrangers: Joel Raney, Lloyd Larson, Joe Martin, John Carter, Jay Althouse, Marty Parks, and Ruth Schram. Each is set for SAB or Two-Part Mixed choirs.
This energetic introit for Palm Sunday comes from Wes Cameron and begins with unison voices singing "Hosanna to the Son of David!" The melody then builds and is split into two parts, and then expands to SATB. The optional 8 handbells provide an added element of joyous praise to this festive worship opener proclaiming, "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord."
SATB w/opt. 8 Handbells (included)
This anthem will help your congregation experience the certainty of God's eternal love, based on Psalm 118 - a text often used on Palm Sunday. The smooth, linear flow supports the theme of love, and a children's choir would be a natural addition to sing the simple chorus or verses, especially if used for Mother's Day. The addition of "Joyful, Joyful" near the end lends itself to everyone joining together.
This Palm Sunday anthem captures all of the joy and excitement that begins the Holy Week journey with the shouts of "hosanna in the highest!" Incorporating the popular Carl Tuttle song with an original part by Joel Raney, this is an uplifting way to begin your Palm Sunday celebration.
Michael R. Newbolt George W. Kitchin Arr. Thomas E. Fettke
This classic hymn takes on new life in arranger Tom Fettke's hands! A powerful choral proclamation in its introduction, along with a contrasting middle section based on John 3:16, "God so loved the world," allowing for a poignant solo moment, makes this a stunning anthem for the Lent and Easter season.
For Palm Sunday, here is a joyful choral introit that is ideal for opening a worship service or concert. The piano and organ combine with voices and optional handbells in a festive introit of praise to Christ the King. A reproducible part for the Unison Choir is included. The Instrumental Parts include a Conductor's Score, and parts for Organ and 9 Handbells.
The shouts of "hosanna" are joyously announced in this easily-learned Palm Sunday original from Joel Raney for SATB voices with an optional part for Children's Choir and 7 Handbells (part included). Musically it is set up as a processional with each voice part joining one by one as the familiar scriptural texts of Palm Sunday unfold in verse and refrain.
Sydney H. Nicholson / Words By: Michael R. Newbolt George W. Kitchin / Arr. Paul Leddington Wright
Launching a new Concertato Series, this festival hymn setting for SATB choirs with optional Brass and Congregation is ideal for Palm Sunday, Easter, and general worship. Arranger, Paul Leddington Wright, who is well-known in the UK for the BBC television series, Songs of Praise, is a master at leading congregational song. With this flexible, straight-forward setting, he offers plenty of dignity and poise, all capped by a brief but grand instrumental coda. Brass parts include conductor's score, trumpets (2 B-flat), trombone, horn (in F), tuba, and percussion.
This charming Palm Sunday anthem from Joe Martin builds from the children's opening statement, then gradually adds adult voices and even includes a few antiphonal moments. It's easily learned and a great way to begin your Holy Week services. The handbell part for 4 bells (D5, G5, A5, D6) is included and reproducible.
An artistic setting written by Charles Snider, the Music Director at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Glen Ellyn, IL, utilizing George Herbert's concept of Christ's words on the cross. Perfect for use on Good Friday.
This dynamic Palm Sunday anthem from Joel Raney is brimming over with excitement. The adult voices begin the musical journey building to "...Jesus, Redeemer, King, rides in triumphant majesty. Let all creation sing loud hosannas to the King of Glory!" At this highpoint, the optional children's choir enters singing, "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord," echoed by the adult voices in a very effective exchange. From there the anthem builds to a thrilling hosanna-filled conclusion. The instrument packet contains a Conductor's Score and parts for Flute, French Horn, Percussion (tambourine, triangle, conga or djembe), Bass Guitar & 4 Handbells.
This joyous introit for Easter comes from Joel Raney and is arranged for SATB voices and piano with optional parts for children's choir, organ, and 25 handbells. In addition there are three alternate texts that convert this into an ideal introit for Palm Sunday, Christmas and General occasions. The handbell part is included and the organ part is available separately.
SATB w/opt. Children's Choir, Organ & 25 Handbells
This original Palm Sunday anthem is largely Two-Part Mixed, with a few moments of Divisi. The original text by John Parker is given a lively, lilting setting by Joel Raney, The verses begin in a minor-key with energetic anticipation. The major key takes over by the time we reach the exciting chorus "And together we sing one thousand Hosannas." For SATB with keyboard, instrumental, or CD track accompaniment. The instrumental parts consist of: Conductor's score, piano, flute, oboe, Horn in F, cello, guitar, bass & percussion.
For Palm Sunday, this triumphant introit sets a festive mood as the Call to Worship, based on two familiar hymns: "Rejoice, Ye Pure in Heart" and "Hosanna, Loud Hosanna." With the optional use of handbells and either piano or organ accompaniment, this SATB choral setting prepares the worshiper to "rejoice, give thanks and sing!" The 2-page bell part is included.
SATB w/opt. Handbells
This joyously exuberant Palm Sunday anthem combines children and adults exulting with "hosanna in the highest!" The optional children's part is easily memorized and repeats throughout, often reinforced by the adults. After a contrasting middle section drawn from Psalm 24 ("lift up your heads, O ye gates") the flowing main theme is layered during the final section, ending with a strongly unified "Hosanna!"
A bright, singable melody for children and adults alike, in a joyful setting with both original words and music by Jack Schrader, this is the perfect Palm Sunday anthem. Bring in the congregation on "All Hail, King Jesus" for a rousing climactic effect.
For Palm Sunday, Lloyd Larson has combined Steve Fry's contemporary chorus "Lift Up Your Heads" with "Hosanna, Loud Hosanna" to create a joyful anthem proclaiming, "Hosanna to the King of kings!" Children's voices can be added via an optional part for Unison choir.
Combining handbells with adult and children's voices, here is a festive processional for Palm Sunday. The bell parts are simple enough for beginners or children to play while singing and processing amidst the sounds of "Hosanna" and "Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord."
John Parker and Joel Raney have paired up to create a lively, calypso flavored Palm Sunday anthem for SATB choir with options to add children's choir, 3-5 octave handbell choir, percussion and bass. The percussion part is included in the anthem. The Handbell Part, Conductor's Score (which includes the bass part) and Rehearsal/Performance CD are available separately.
Utilizing the text to "Hosanna, Loud Hosanna," Joel Raney has composed a joyful, rhythmic accompaniment and added an original refrain to create a jubilant anthem for Palm Sunday. Options include adding children's choir and rhythm and brass accompaniment.
The premier Palm Sunday processional hymn is made new again in this refreshing rhythmic two-part setting by Mary Kay Beall. Woven into the introduction and closing is a musical allusion to the old familiar Palm Sunday solo, "The Holy City."
Hymn text writer, Timothy Dudley-Smith and composer, Larry Shackley combine their talents to portray King Jesus on Palm Sunday and beyond. This regal majestic composition is full of both pomp and reflection, emphasizing the rejection and ill-treatment of the King of Glory.
Choral medley incorporating Melchior Teschner's "All Glory, Laud and Honor" with Carl Tuttle's "Hosanna" - skillfully arranged by Jack Schrader.
The orchestration by Mark Kellner contains a Conductor's Score and parts for: Piano, Rhythm, Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2 & 3, Horns 1 & 2, Trombone 1 & 2, Trombone 3/Tuba, Percussion, Timpani, Harp, Violins, Violas, Cellos and Basses.
A fresh and compelling Palm Sunday anthem from Patrick Liebergen. The Old World aura is accentuated by the flute, hand drum and tambourine accompaniment, and the addition of children's voices perfectly completes this unique Hosanna celebration.
SATB w/opt. Soloist or Unison Choir, Flute & Hand Drum
This captivating Palm Sunday anthem from Mary Kay Beall makes effective use of mode shifts from major to minor to alternately represent the coming gloom and the "Hosannas" the crown sang as Jesus rode into Jerusalem. John Carter's SATB setting has expanded the piano accompaniment and heightened the overall impact.