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  • He Shall Feed His Flock

    He Shall Feed His Flock

    John Ness Beck

    Tender and sincere are the two words which characterize John Ness Beck’s setting of these beloved verses from Isaiah 40 and Psalm 23.  This is an obvious choice for The Good Shepherd but the theme of God’s care is applicable throughout...

    $2.10
  • He Was Wounded

    He Was Wounded

    Craig Courtney

    Craig Courtney's SATB anthem takes the familiar text from Isaiah 53 and uses it to create a stunning and haunting anthem perfectly suited for Lent and Holy Week. 

    $2.10
  • Do Not Be Afraid for You Are Mine

    Do Not Be Afraid for You Are Mine

    Lloyd Larson

    The listener will find comfort and assurance on any occasion from this anthem which is based on Isaiah 43:1-5 and 1 Peter 5:7 and  incorporates the much-loved W. Stillman Martin hymn “God Will Take Care of You.” (GOD CARES) Scored for...

    $2.25
  • Give Thanks to the Lord

    Give Thanks to the Lord

    Lloyd Larson

    A strong, rhythmic song of thanks and praise based on 1 Chronicles 16: 8-31 and incorporating KREMSER, (We Gather Together).  Scored for SATB Choir and keyboard with choral parts well within the reach of the average church choir.

    $2.25
  • Those Who Wait on the Lord

    Those Who Wait on the Lord

    Craig Courtney

    Craig Courtney has taken text from Isaiah 40 and crafted it into a piece for general use in your worship service with optional brass sextet and trumpet solo. Companion products (digital downloads): Those Who Wait on the Lord - brass sextet - digital...

    $2.25
  • Divine Encounter: I. The Invitation

    Divine Encounter: I. The Invitation

    Craig Courtney

    The first movement of Craig Courtney’s trilogy, Divine Encounter, is a song in which God invites us to receive His bounty. The first verse of Isiah 55 is expressed as a celebration rather than the meditative, lyric manner found in most settings. In...

    $2.35
  • Foundation

    Foundation

    John Ness Beck

    John Ness Beck, SATB, FOUNDATION, general use, II Timothy 2:19, Hebrews 13:5, Isiah 43: 1-2, trumpet trio, brass septet, buidling dedication, congregation anniversary Companion products (digital downloads): Foundation - brass septet - digital download...

    $2.10
  • They Crucified My Lord

    They Crucified My Lord

    John Carter

    John Carter has captured the spirit of the Lenten season with this SATB spiritual featuring text from Isaiah 53:7.

    $2.10
  • Digital Download
    Do Not Be Afraid for You Are Mine - digital download

    Do Not Be Afraid for You Are Mine - digital download

    Lloyd Larson

    The listener will find comfort and assurance on any occasion from this anthem which is based on Isaiah 43:1-5 and 1 Peter 5:7 and  incorporates the much-loved W. Stillman Martin hymn “God Will Take Care of You.” (GOD CARES) Scored for...

    $2.25
  • Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs - Larson

    Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs - Larson

    Lloyd Larson

    For the last several years, Lloyd Larson has provided us with a Lenten anthem which begins with newly composed material and ends with a well-known hymn.   Now Mr. Larson has taken the timeless words of Isaiah 53, set them with pathos and drama...

    $2.10
  • Digital Download
    Divine Encounter: I. The Invitation - digital download

    Divine Encounter: I. The Invitation - digital download

    Craig Courtney

    The first movement of Craig Courtney’s trilogy, Divine Encounter, is a song in which God invites us to receive His bounty. The first verse of Isiah 55 is expressed as a celebration rather than the meditative, lyric manner found in most settings. In...

    $2.35
  • Digital Download
    He Shall Feed His Flock - digital download

    He Shall Feed His Flock - digital download

    John Ness Beck

    Tender and sincere are the two words which characterize John Ness Beck’s setting of these beloved verses from Isaiah 40 and Psalm 23.  This is an obvious choice for The Good Shepherd but the theme of God’s care is applicable throughout...

    $2.10
  • Digital Download
    Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs - Larson - digital download

    Surely He Has Borne Our Griefs - Larson - digital download

    Lloyd Larson

    For the last several years, Lloyd Larson has provided us with a Lenten anthem which begins with newly composed material and ends with a well-known hymn.   Now Mr. Larson has taken the timeless words of Isaiah 53, set them with pathos and drama...

    $2.10
  • Comfort Ye My People

    Comfort Ye My People

    John Carter

    The words of Isaiah 40: 1-3 are transformed into an Advent anthem in this SATB arrangment by John Carter. 

    $2.10
  • Have Ye Not Known?

    Have Ye Not Known?

    John Ness Beck

    One of John Ness Beck's classic anthems for SATB choir. This text from Isaiah 40 makes the piece especially suitable for Good Shepherd Sunday. 

    $2.10
  • When Morning Gilds the Skies

    When Morning Gilds the Skies

    John Ness Beck

    John Ness Beck has scored Joseph Barnby's hymn tune, Laudes Domini, for SSAATBB chorus with an invigorating and challenging piano and organ accompaniment.

    $2.10
  • Let the Heavens Be Glad

    Let the Heavens Be Glad

    Eugene Englert

    This rhythmic anthem takes text from I Chronicles, 16:31-34 and is appropriate for Christ the King Sunday or any general worship service. The use of triplets and syncopation adds an additional layer of interest and helps accentuate the joyous text. 

    $2.25
  • Thine, O Lord

    Thine, O Lord

    Craig Courtney

    The words of this anthem are found in the 29th chapter of I Chronicles, King David's prayer in response to the generosity of the Israelite's gifts of precious stones and metals for the building of the temple.  Mr. Courtney's declamatory vocal...

    $2.25
  • Arise, Shine!

    Arise, Shine!

    John Carter

    Bouyant rhythms and a text appropriate for Advent and Epiphany combine to create this SATB anthem by John Carter. Featuring scripture from Isaiah 60. 

    $2.10
  • In Memoriam

    In Memoriam

    John Ness Beck

    This previously unpublished work was written by John Ness Beck in 1963 in response to the assassination of President Kennedy.  Written for double a cappella choir, Mr. Beck explores various choral timbres that range from reflective to majestic...

    $2.50
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