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Lord, I'm Coming Home - arr. Johnson

The inspiration for this song came to William J. Kirkpatrick in the late 1800s. Much of the charm of this piece is due to its straightforwardness and heartfelt simplicity. The message is based on the story of the prodigal son. Scored for SATB voices, the development grows steadily during its four verses and two key changes. The refrain occurs only twice, which keeps the arrangement from becoming predictable. This adaptation is full of solid choral singing basics, such as unison singing, pitch accuracy as keys change, and various vocal articulation. A joy to direct, sing, and hear!

By : Arranged by Kyle Johnson
Format : Octavo


Mass for the Healing of the World - Thomson - Full Score - click and print

This expressive new setting by Trevor Thomson will fill your assembly with a sense of comfort and grace. Natural and instinctive, Mass for the Healing of the World will be picked immediately up by the entire congregation, thanks to its simple and melodically intuitive call-and-response format. This setting was chosen for use at liturgies at this year?s Los Angeles Religious Education Conference. The recording of the complete Mass can be heard on Trevor's debut WLP album In Shadow and In Light (wlp 008563).

By : Trevor Thomson
Format : Click & Print Octavo


Resoundings! Hymn Book

Hymn tunes by one of today's most gifted and important new composers, with texts by various contemporary authors.

By : Perry Nelson
Format : Print


Praise to You: Lenten Gospel Acclamation

From the CD Hymn of Creation.

By : Joe Mattingly
Format : Click & Print Octavo


How Lovely is Your Dwelling Place

Brian Bisig demonstrates his ability to express the beauty of the psalms in this tender setting of "How Lovely Is Your Dwelling Place." The flowing melody highlights these venerable words and the solid vocal harmonies adroitly support the tune while adding a rich texture. The verses feature the cantor in dialog with the C instrument, and verse 3 employs the entire choir in a four-part choral texture.

By : Brian Bisig
Format : Octavo


Be Merciful O Lord / Create a Clean Heart / I Will Arise: Psalm 51 - eAccompaniment

By : Joseph B. Sullivan
Format : Click & Print Accompaniment


How Majestic Is Your Name

By : James E. Clemens
Format : Click & Print Octavo


Ubi Caritas - Childers - click and print

The hymn text Ubi Caritas appears in The Roman Missal as the chant for the presentation of the gifts during the Mass of the Lord?s Supper on Holy Thursday. One translation of the refrain is ?Where charity and love are found, God is there.? The verses pray that we who have been gathered by Christ will set aside divisions and be united in our joy, a prayer that finds a home in many other celebrations.

This gorgeous choral setting by Brian Childers employs a modern yet familiar harmonic language, allowing confident singers to paint each unique verse and then return to the flowing, effortless refrain. The final phrase, Infinita saeculorum. Amen, is particularly descriptive, graceful, and satisfying.

By : Brian Childers
Format : Octavo

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