Singable Solutions for Advent & Christmas (from the Lorenz Corporation)

Crafted with smaller church choirs in mind, Singable Solutions titles are perfect for choirs that are short on time and short on singers.

Below you will find new, accessible music for Advent and Christmas worship. Engage your choir and congregation in the story of Christ’s birth with these fantastic selections!

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Go Tell It Where I Send Thee
Pepper Choplin, arrangement
(SAB or SATB with opt. Fiddle, Bass, and Guitar or Banjo)

Pepper Choplin cleverly weaves together Go Tell It on the Mountain and Children, Go Where I Send Thee in this energetic and fun-to-sing Christmas anthem. With flexible voicing options, it can be performed by choirs large and small.

 

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Shepherd Song
Molly James, music
Eileen Berry, words
(Unison or Two-part)

Molly Ijames combined her compositional gifts with Eileen Berry’s lyrics to create a tender and poignant Christmas anthem for unison or two-part choirs: Shepherds, go and spread the word telling far and near; sing aloud the song of hope all the world must hear…

 

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Sing This Night with Joy!
Faye López, music
Patricia Mock & Faye López, words
(SATB or Two-part Mixed with opt. Cello and Handbells)

Patricia Mock and Faye López creatively tell the story of Bethlehem using the classic melody God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen. The lively anthem can be performed with SATB or two-part choirs and has optional parts for cello and handbells.

 

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Christ Is Born (Silent Night)
Tracey Craig McKibben, words & music
(SATB)

Combining original music and lyrics with the classic Silent Night, Tracey McKibben creates a heartwarming meditation on the birth of Christ. The simple beauty of this anthem makes it ideal for a Christmas Eve service.

 

Visit SingableSolutions.com to access FREE learning tracks for all of the new Singable Solutions titles from Lorenz!

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