Beckenhorst Press

  • The Spirit Leads On and On

    The Spirit Leads On and On

    John Ness Beck

    An uplifting and empowering piece by John Ness Beck featuring text from I Corinthians, Romans 5, and the hymn-tune LANCASHIRE. The congregation participation, brass quartet, timpani, and stirring...

  • The Greatest Gift Is Love

    The Greatest Gift Is Love

    Mark Hayes

    Written for general worship, this SATB anthem features optional violin or C instrument part included in the octavo. The text reminds the singer and listener that any deed done must be done through...

  • Love Never Ends

    Love Never Ends

    Patricia Hurlbutt

    This SATB a cappella anthem features text from 1 Corinthians 13. The references to love make it not only appropriate for a wedding but also for an anniversary in your congregation or for...

  • Jubilant Canticle

    Jubilant Canticle

    John Ness Beck

    John Ness Beck has crafted a grandious SATB setting of Deuteronomy 33 for general use and Thanksgiving. Utilizing the hymn-tune MIT FREUDEN ZART, the anthem also incorporates congregational...

  • Joshua (He Was a Man of God)

    Joshua (He Was a Man of God)

    Michael Jothen

    The familiar character from the book of Deuteronomy is highlighted in this spirited, rhythmic 2-part arrangement that is appropraite for both adult and children's choir. 

  • I Know That My Redeemer Lives - Courtney

    I Know That My Redeemer Lives - Courtney

    Craig Courtney

    How would a child sing the mighty statement of faith found in the 19th chapter of Job?  This anthem, written in memory of eleven-year-old Janna Miller, is imbued with the sincerity and...

  • Hear, O Israel

    Hear, O Israel

    Craig Courtney

    This stately anthem of epic proportion is based on Deuteronomy 6: 4,5 “Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God, the Lord is One.” Scored for SATB choir, organ and brass quartet, and...

  • Death, Where Is Your Sting?

    Death, Where Is Your Sting?

    Lloyd Larson

    Lloyd Larson's setting of the 15th chapter of I Corinthians.  Syncopation, canon, a catchy melody and moderate use of mixed meter give immense appeal to this easily learned anthem.  A...

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