Contemporary version of this hymn of praise and appreciation. Perfect for themes of appreciating what we have, or our environmental or natural world. Four verses, with the fourth modulating up a step. Upbeat contemporary sound features guitars and keyboards.
An new classical arrangement of this quiet hymn of prayer, featuring piano, acoustic guitar, strings, and horns. The lyrics clearly show the connection between what God does for us and our own service in the world, which makes it a perfect song for themes of responsibility or service.
An original orchestral backing track to this Shaker hymn of humility, made famous in Copland’s Appalachian Spring. A uniquely American setting, perfect for Earth Day or Thanksgiving. Good arrangement for a congregation, choir, or small group of soloists. Often used with children’s choirs because the text is simple and approachable. Three and a half verses, with the last half verse slower.
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 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.