This song is sung at the end of the Passover seder. The lyric is the last line of the Haggadah, and means, “Next year in Jerusalem!” The energetic world music groove reflects the varied Jewish communities around the globe who still speak of coming home to Jerusalem. The arrangement features percussion from Egypt, Iraq, and India, as well as the Turksih saz, Indonesian gamelan, alto flute, a full string sectopm, upright bass, and electric piano.
An original orchestral arrangement of Mozart’s Alleluia Canon, from the motet Exultate, Jubilate. This beautiful 3-part round is light-hearted, easy to sing, and perfect for the Easter season. Divide your congregation into 3 sections and direct them from the front! Also works well for choirs and soloists.
Fourteen of our best-selling Easter hymns in their most commonly sung keys! Often joyous and celebratory, sometimes thoughtful and haunting, in a mix of contemporary and classical styles, these hymns are classics that can be used year-round. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music.
A contemporary arrangement of this Easter hymn, featuring guitars, organ, piano, bass, and drums. Direct, easy-to-understand lyrics and an easy melody to sing make this a great choice for a large Easter service.
A contemporary rock arrangement of this Easter hymn. Simple, upbeat arrangement featuring guitars and drums. Goes up a step for the last verse. The most common words, found in Baptist and Methodist hymnals are not displayed here due to licensing restrictions.
A beautiful orchestral rendition of the Passover song about the prophet Elijah. Begins and ends intimately, with accordion, solo clarinet, guitar, solo cello, and arco bass, and grows to glorious full orchestra in the middle.
An upbeat gospel accompaniment to this spiritual, perfect for Easter or any time of year. Piano, upright bass, and drums. One verse by the band as an introduction, and then three verses for the choir or soloist.