I know that these days many of us are searching for ways to keep our singers engaged without gathering. Here we feature several of our most popular titles that have part-dominant rehearsal tracks available for soprano, alto, tenor, and bass, as well as stereo accompaniment tracks. Whether you’re doing a virtual choir or some sort of limited socially distant singing, these tools are a terrific way to help singers learn new music at home on their own.
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Originally, this appeared in Joel Raney and Lloyd Larson’s best-selling Lenten cantata, Hope in the Shadows. This medley pairs the popular Keith Getty song with the praise chorus “Cornerstone” and “When I Survey the Wondrous Cross.”
This originally appeared in Mary McDonald and Joel Raney’s best-selling Christmas musical, Sing Christmas.
This communion anthem goes way beyond celebrating the table of the Lord, providing the promise of sitting at the table of the Lord for eternity in our heavenly home. This is a powerful ballad that builds with intensity while incorporating the spiritual “Sweet By and By.” This originally appeared in Joel Raney’s Tenebrae service, Who Is Jesus?
With a text utilizing Jesus’ words to his disciples in the upper room, this Lenten anthem reminds us of the peace we can find in Christ. This originally appeared in Joel Raney’s best-selling Lenten cantata At His Name.
This Christmas anthem opens with the refrain of “Angels We Have Heard on High,” offering an opportunity to include a children’s choir along with the adults. Both groups then join together in the middle creating a powerful presentation for Christmas worship or concerts. This originally appeared in Lloyd’s Christmas cantata, Joy Has Dawned.
For Advent, this energetic, gospel anthem includes a hint of “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel” sung by a soloist with options to soulfully ad lib. Accompaniment options include piano, rhythm, or full orchestra. This originally appeared in Joel’s best-selling cantata, Joy!
For communion, this prayerful ballad is a reminder that as we break the bread and share the cup, Christ will return again and take us home to heaven. This originally appeared in Joel’s best-selling Lenten cantata, Love Divine.
With words based on Matthew 1:23, the names of Jesus are emphasized: Emmanuel, Prince of Peace, Son of God, all proclaiming “God with us!” This originally appeared in Mary McDonald and Joel Raney’s Christmas musical, Sing Christmas!