Twelve of our most popular Christian hymns, in their most commonly sung keys. Each accompaniment track comes with sheet music, and five come with demonstation guide vocal tracks as well. Accompaniment tracks are in variety of contemporary musical styles, but all could be easily sung by congregations and untrained groups, as well as choirs and soloists.
A dark orchestral version of this somber Holy Week hymn about the Easter story. Solo cello, viola, flute, and clarinet create a chamber music ambiance during the verses, and full orchestra shines in short interludes between verses.
Twelve of our most popular Lent and Ash Wednesday hymns in their most commonly sung keys. This collection includes a mix of contemporary and classical styles, but always in a gentle, contemplative mood that fits the Lenten season. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music.
A moving spiritual about letting Jesus walk with you, in an arrangement featuring piano, bass, drums, organ, and guitar. Begins slow and dramatic, and then picks up to an moderate bluesy tempo. Four verses.
An acoustic arrangement of this beautiful hymn about coming together in love, in a classical Appalachian style featuring string quartet, acoustic guitar, light percussion, and piano. Appropriate in any season, but perfect for Holy Week and Easter. Begins with a string quartet introduction; singing starts when the guitar enters.
A medium tempo ballad arrangement of the Lent hymn My Song Is Love Unknown. This 18th century Italian text recounts the love of Christ and his sacrifice on the cross. Perfect for Lent, Holy Week, and the Easter season. Piano, bass, light drums, and guitar. Three verses.
Sometimes used with children on Ash Wednesday because of the “ashes” in the lyrics, this is a light orchestral version of the traditional game. Brief introduction and interlude gives the kids time to get into position, and several repeats make it just long enough for a little performance.