Here are a couple of new things for you to try in your community, an anthem arrangement of Keep Awake and a new hymn tune, SOUTH DYKE ROAD, written for Philip Doddridge’s 1738 hymn “Hark the glad sound”, a common meter (8686) tune which can be used with many texts of the same meter. Enjoy!
Finally wrestled a song about the conversion of Saul into a singable, SATB, gospel-style version! Try singing verse 1 (Saul’s voice) slowly and freely, then sing the second verse twice around at tempo. Enjoy!
Here’s a short refrain for Psalm 131, also suitable as a contemplative chant. Enjoy!
Our song “There is Room for All” from the album This is the Day is proving again to be a song of inclusion for many! The National LGBTQ Task Force in the US has included our song in their list of LGBTQ-affirming and welcoming-themed songs for worship communities to use as they explore the backlash to marriage equality and the rise of anti-LGBTQ laws in many states.
There are two pdfs available in our catalogue: one for the full score, including SATB harmony and a piano accompaniment, and the other for the SATB score alone, a single-page simpler option to print for choirs. MP3 recording also available. Visit the “There is Room for All” catalogue page for all options.
Let’s sing equality for all into our hearts!