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SINGING MEN VII (Choral)

Arr. Various Composers

Here is the 7th volume in our successful series of settings for men's choirs. Included are ten top-sellers composed and arranged for TTBB voices. A CD of Orchestral Accompaniment tracks is available for rehearsal and performance. Arrangers include Joel Raney, Mary McDonald, Joe Martin, Jay Althouse and John Carter. To listen to samples of this product, please scroll down to find the Hope Publishing recording.


EASY SETTINGS V (Choral)

Arr. Lloyd Larson

Here is the 5th volume in our successful series of accessible voicings of top-sellers in our catalog. All of these are proven winners from arranger Lloyd Larson. Like Easy Settings, Vols. 1 & 3, Lloyd has set each of these for SAB or, with alto part omitted, Two-Part Mixed. To listen to samples of this product, please scroll down to find the Hope Publishing recording.


EASY ANTHEMS, Vol. 7 (Choral)

Arr. Various Composers

Here is the 7th volume in our successful series of accessible voicings of top-sellers in our catalog. All of these are proven winners set for SAB and Two-Part Mixed voices. To listen to samples of this product, please scroll down to find the Hope Publishing recording.


LEAD ME, LORD (Choral)

John D. Becker Arr. Mark Hayes

The text, based on the Beatitudes, is beautifully supported throughout by a flowing keyboard accompaniment. The refrain is a prayer proclaiming: "Lead me, Lord, by the light of truth to seek and to find the narrow way," making this a perfect selection for discipleship, commitment Sundays, confirmation, and more.


JESU, JESU, FILL US WITH YOUR LOVE (Choral)

Arr. Steven Strite

This Ghana folk song, paired with Tom Colvin's text, is often associated with holy week and the event of Jesus washing the disciples' feet. This perceptive setting finds the perfect rhythmic groove to compliment the hymn. The addition of congas and egg shaker enrich the true folk song feel that it deserves, and the flute part adds color and sweep.


DON'T CRY (Choral)

Kirk Franklin / Words By: African-American spiritual / Arr. Joel Raney

The music of Kirk Franklin is synonymous with the heart of worship in the African-American Church, and Joel Raney has set this powerful resurrection song as authentically as possible, maintaining its soulful, gospel style. The buildup from beginning to end is sure to enrapture all in the message "Don't cry, wipe your eyes, he is not dead!" If you enjoyed "Revelation 19" and "Order My Steps," previously published in our catalog, then you won't want to miss this one.Orchestrations: Conductor's Score, Horn (or Alto Sax or Clarinet), 2 Trombone (or Tenor Sax or Baritone T.C.), Percussion, Piano, Synth (Vintage Rhodes), Electric Guitar (or Capo Guitar), Electric Bass, Drums, Violins 1 & 2, Viola (or Clarinet), Cello/Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet). Double Bass and String Reduction.


THE CROSS OF CHRIST (Choral)

Keith Getty Stuart Townend Arr. Lloyd Larson

This medley for Holy Week includes many of the significant hymns and songs that center on the cross: "The Power of the Cross," "Beneath the Cross," Beneath the Cross of Jesus," "Near the Cross," and "When I Survey the Wondrous Cross." This "Holy Week Experience" is an extended work (7:30 mins.), with optional scripture narration and instruments, as well as an opportunity for the congregation to join in on at the end of "When I Survey."Instrumental Parts: Conductor's Score, Flute, Oboe (or Soprano Sax or Clarinet), Horn (or Alto Sax or Clarinet), Piano, Cello/Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet).


JESUS IS LORD (Choral)

Keith Getty Stuart Townend Arr. Mary McDonald

This dynamic anthem opens with original music that sests the stage and introduces the theme, that at the name of Jesus every tongue will say: "Jesus is Lord." Ed Hogan's orchestration lifts it to a whole other level of majesty and proclamation. Orchestration: Conductor's Score, Flute, Oboe (or Soprano Sax or Clarinet), Clarinet, Horn (Alto Sax or Clarinet), 2 Trumpets (or Alto Sax), 2 Trombones (or Tenor Sax or Baritone T.C.), Percussion, Piano, Violins 1 & 2, Viola (or Clarinet), Cello/Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet), Double Bass and String Reduction.


HOLY SPIRIT, DESCEND ON US (Choral)

Allen Pote / Words By: Allen Pote

Ideal for Pentecost Sunday, here is a prayer for our eyes to be opened as the Holy Spirit descends, reflecting on the power of the Spirit to "shape us and change us," to "give us awareness of neighbors in need," and "move us to action from thought into deed."


CHRIST IS RISEN! CHRIST IS ALIVE! (Choral)

Lloyd Larson / Words By: Brian Wren Lloyd Larson

With comfortable vocal ranges for a variety of singers, while maintaining vitality and energy, here is an Easter Day anthem with optional solo trumpet. Brian Wren's "Christ Is Alive" appears in the middle with the option to include congregational singing.


A PLACE AT THE TABLE (Choral)

Mary McDonald / Words By: Shirley Erena Murray

This popular text, which has found its way into many modern day hymnals, recognizes our role as creator of justice and joy, compassion and peace. Paired with an original gospel melody, this is a catchy re-imagining of a modern hymn.Rhythm Parts: Conductor's Score, Piano, Synthesizer (B3 Organ Patch), Capo Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Percussion and Drums.


A FAMILY OF LOVE (Choral)

Mary McDonald

This original anthem is ideal for services with an emphasis on "family," emphasizing that "we are one in God's Son." Being able to include the children's choir in an intergenerational worship service is a bonus. The unison choir and handbell parts are both included for reproduction.


IN THE NAME OF THE LORD (Choral)

Sandi Patty Arr. Mary McDonald

Ideal for Palm Sunday, this popular praise song sets the tone as it tells the story of Jesus, the man from Galilee, entering Jerusalem. The familiar refrain brings it all together: "there is strength in the Name of the Lord. Blessed is he who comes in the Name of the Lord!"Orchestrations: Conductor's Score, Flute, Oboe(or Soprano Sax or Clarinet), Clarinet, Horn (or Alto Sax or Clarinet), 2 Trumpets (or Alto Sax), 2 Trombones (or Tenor Sax or Baritone T.C.), Percussion, Piano, Acoustic Guitar (w/separate Capo Guitar Pt.), Electric Bass, Drums, Violins 1 & 2, Viola (or Clarinet), Cello/Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet).


ALLELUIA, CHRIST IS ALIVE! (Choral)

Joel Raney Arr. Joel Raney

From the fist notes, and the sound of the organ chime, the tone is set in the garden, as Mary is searching for Jesus. Learning that "He is risen and the tomb is empty," the music swells forward with dynamic energy and compelling rhythm. The addition of piano, brass and percussion further heightens this triumphant Easter Day exaltation.Brass Parts: Conductor's Score, Piano, 2 Trumpet, 2 Trombones, Tuba, Timpani & Glockenspiel.


WHAT GRACE IS MINE (Choral)

Arr. Lloyd Larson

This powerful Kristyn Getty song is centered on discipleship and what it means to follow Christ. Set to the familiar Irish Melody, the text builds to the final refrain, "So I will go wherever he is calling me; I lose my life to find my life in him. I give my all to gain the hope that never dies, I bow my heart, take up my cross, and follow him."


CARRY ME HOME (Choral)

Arr. Joel Raney

Perfect for church and school choirs alike, here is a dynamic combination of two traditional spirituals in a light-jazzy style. The additional rhythm parts heighten the presentation as it builds to "Sweet chariot, swing low and carry me home!"Rhythm Parts: Conductor's Score, Piano, Synth (Jazz Organ), Electric Guitar, Electric Bass, Percussion & Drums.


AN ANTIPHONAL EASTER ALLELUIA! (Choral)

Joel Raney

This exuberant anthem is filled with all of the elements that are sure to make Easter morning a memorable celebration. The antiphonal singing between the two choirs, adults and children, gives this a fresh approach as they echo each other singing "Christ is risen, he is alive!"


THE LOVE OF GOD (Choral)

David Schwoebel

This sensitive arrangement features lyrical choral lines and a solid piano accompaniment. The hook is the addition of a recurring refrain, assuring us of God's unconditional grace and unfailing love: "There is nothing you can ever do to make God love you more than he does right now."


THIS IS THE DAY! (Choral)

Valerie MacKenzie

This Easter celebration serves well as an introit for Resurrection Sunday (it's 24 measures). With optional trumpet, it is sure to heighten the spirit of the congregation as it proclaims the great triumph of God's mercy and grace.


NEARER, BLESSED SAVIOR (Choral)

Patricia Mock / Words By: Fanny J. Crosby / Arr. Richard A. Nichols

Engaging and useful as a prayer of dedication, here is a new setting of Fanny Crosby's text, "I Am Thine, O Lord." Flowing choral lines are beautifully, enhanced with a skillful piano accompaniment. As the anthem builds to "the depths of love," the original William Doane tune presents itself for a powerful finish.


BEHOLD THE SAVIOR OF MANKIND (Choral)

Wes Cameron

This Good Friday text by Samuel Wesley barely escaped the flames when the Wesley's Epworth rectory burned on February 9, 1709. Wes Cameron sets three of the stanzas to a simple melody and for the chorus adds "it is finished, God's plan is now complete." Scored for SAB choirs, this is a beautiful and accessible anthem for use during Holy Week.String Quartet Parts: Conductor's Score, Violin1 & 2, Viola and Cello.


LORD, I GIVE MY HEART TO YOU (Choral)

Joseph M. Martin

For Communion, this devotional anthem is a sincere prayer of dedication and recommitment to faith. Incorporating the refrain of the gospel hymn "I Surrender All," this earnest presentation is a lovely way to commemorate the Lord's Supper.


HYMN OF GRATEFUL PRAISE (Choral)

Arr. Joel Raney

"All Things Bright and Beautiful," set to a new melody, opens this musical montage, which quickly moves into strains of the Doxology, then "For the Beauty of the Earth," and "Holy, Holy, Holy." The thread that hold it all together is the refrain "Lord of all, to thee we raise this, our grateful hymn of praise." Easily learned, and ideal for Thanksgiving or general occasions.Instrumental Parts: Conductor's Score, Flute, Oboe (Soprano Sax or Clarinet), Clarinet, Horn (Alto Sax or Clarinet), Piano, Violin, Cello.


HOSANNA TO THE SON OF DAVID (Choral)

Allen Pote

This uplifting and energetic Palm Sunday anthem, with words based on Matthew 21:9, depicts the triumphal entry of Christ into Jerusalem. Beginning in unison, the music builds momentum through a joyous canonic treatment, mixed meter, and divisi, all culminating in fortissimo on a full chord!


AGNUS DEI (Choral)

Michael W. Smith Stuart K. Hine Arr. Joel Raney

This Michael W. Smith "classic" is ideal for any worship occasion and especially communion services reflecting on Jesus, the Lamb of God. The inclusion of a portion of "How Great Thou Art" expands and reinforces this anthem of praise to the Lord God Almighty.


COMING HOME (Choral)

Mary McDonald / Words By: William J. Kirkpatrick

An original prayerful ballad by Mary McDonald is paired with a beloved, gospel hymn text from William Kirkpatrick, expressing the return to the Father like the story of the prodigal son. It's an anthem of repentance and forgiveness and useful during the reflective season of Lent.


THINK OF ME AND REMEMBER (Choral)

Arr. Joel Raney

This Communion original from Joel Raney speaks through the voice of Christ saying, "come and follow me;" "my life I give so you may live." Useful for any Communion service, it is particularly useful during the season of Lent and Holy Week as it builds to the scene at Calvary with the words, "Father, let this cup please pass from me." Choirs will appreciate the melodic lines and the intensity that it builds to before finally returning to the key phrase, "think of me and remember."


WE ARE CALLED (Choral)

David Haas Arr. Mark Hayes

This sensational David Haas hymn is now available for SATB choirs in this new choral setting by the talented arranger Mark Hayes. Abounding with energy, this anthem centers on the words of Micah 6:8 "to act with justice, to love tenderly, and to serve one another." This central message of our faith makes this useful for themes of unity, social concerns and commitment.


HOW DEEP THE FATHER'S LOVE FOR US (Choral|Vocal)

Stuart Townend Arr. Larry Shackley

This earnest ballad from Stuart Townend explores the infinite love of God that allowed his Son to be sacrificed for us. Larry Shackley's gentle blending of melodies and piano accompaniment brings dignity to the folk-like tune and lends this contemporary worship song a "classic" feel. A top-seller in SATB, this dynamic arrangement is now available in a new SAB version as well as a Medium Voice solo.


WHEN YOU PRAYED BENEATH THE TREES (Choral|Vocal)

Lloyd Larson / Words By: Christopher Idle

Especially meaningful during the days of Holy Week, this Christopher Idle text relates to our Lord praying in the garden of Gethsemane, and weaves around the 'tree' theme found in many Scriptures about the cross. Lloyd Larson's original accompaniment for piano, plus the optional flute, oboe, French horn and cello perfectly capture the somber mood. This top-seller is now available in SATB, SAB, Two-Part Mixed voicings and a new Medium Voice Solo. The SATB version appears in Lloyd's blockbuster Lenten musical, "The Shadow of the Cross," newly re-voiced for SAB choirs.


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