Here are the latest additions, newest first.
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A new Christmas hymn, “As Sudden Angels Filled the Night,” written with Toni Thomas; and an arrangement of “And His Name Shall Be Called Wonderful” by Kurt Bestor.
A trial and a blessing may be one and the same.
On the long list of things for which I am grateful, the Savior is at the top. I owe everything I am and will ever be to Him, so how can I do anything but love Him?
“There is something in each day that can bring gratitude and joy if only we will see and appreciate it.”
In General Conference, October 2014, the Tabernacle Choir presented a lovely rendition of “If I Listen With My Heart,” arranged by associate director Ryan Murphy. Ryan has generously made the score available here so you can use it in your own choir.
You know that amazing feeling when you actually manage to finish something? Not just sorta finish, with a few loose ends that you’ll get to… um… eventually. I mean really finish?
This is week three of the Christmas Music Deluge. I just realized (with a self-congratulatory smirk) that so far I’ve met my goal of one update/week until done. We’ll see if the new leaf stays turned.
Home » In this latest installment of the Christmas Music Deluge, I've added a new arrangement of "Gesù Bambino," (Pietro Yon/Frederick H. Martens) for Solo, SSA or SSATB choir. I love the original dearly just the way it is, so in arranging it I tried to do something...
2014’s Christmas Card Carol, actually done before Christmas? I’ll have to write this one in my journal!
“Star of Wonder,” my Christmas Card Carol for 2013: a year later it’s ready to go!
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