A lovely hymn titled “Come Home,” arranged for SATB choir or Solo with optional harmony.
The last couple of projects I’ve worked on have dealt with the visual arts. Let me help you to understand the irony of this.
One of the sad things about self-publishing is that you tend to write Christmas music at the wrong time of year to be useful. For example, during the Christmas season.
Last night was a landmark for me… I actually finished something. Something big. And complicated. And boy am I patting myself on the back!
Thanksgiving. And an arrangement of “This is My Father’s World.”
The new song this time supports this year’s youth theme:
“…stand ye in holy places and be not moved …”.
For as long as I have known Heather Prusse and James Loynes, I have wanted… longed… ached… to get their voices together on a song or two. Finally, with this latest new song, we managed it.
He knows the strength that grows in shadow when I’m reaching for the light.
I love James Montgomery’s lyric inspired by the 23rd psalm. I’ve never been too fond of the traditional tune though. It has always provoked me to bounce around between alto and soprano, searching for a melody. So, I did what cheeky composers do and wrote my own.
When wildfires send you running for cover, it really *does* help to have people praying for you.
Stars… lilies… sparrows… sheep… God is mindful of all of them, knows them by name, cares for each one–from the largest and brightest to the very smallest.