Music published within the last two years or so.
Almost A Cappella Worship Moments - A mini-collection of six short arrangements of some older "praise and worship" songs, arranged for SATB a cappella (with optional piano accompaniment).
Celtic Hymns — Adapted from Craig Duncan’s recordings, for woodwind/string ensemble with guitar and piano. Fun to play and enjoyable for audiences of all ages!
Deep in the Heart of Texas – for Vocal Solo, Unison Choir, Duet, or S.A.B. Chorus, with optional parts for woodwinds and strings. As recorded by the Swingtime Group.
Deep in the Heart of Texas – arranged for brass quintet or sextet, with percussion.
God Bless America — A simple, straightforward arrangement of the chorus of this great American song. The arrangement may be performed by instruments alone, or by instruments accompanying a choir and/or congregation or group singing.
Good Christian Men, Rejoice (Pastorale on "In Dulci Jubilo") — Arrangement for solo instrument with keyboard.
His Mercy Is More –– Popular worship song by Boswell and Papa, arranged for orchestra.
How Great Is Our God with How Great Thou Art — powerful medley for orchestra of the classic worship chorus and the hymn.
Instrumental Caroling Series — two volumes of easy arrangements of traditional carols, scored for flexible instrumentation, and useful for a variety of occasions during the Christmas season.
King of My Heart –– Worship song by the McMillans, arranged for orchestra.
O Holy Night — arranged for flute, clarinet, and trumpet soloists, with strings and piano, plus optional harp and percussion.
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty — Upbeat arrangement featuring each section of the orchestra.
Stand By Me — Old quasi-spiritual arranged for SATB unaccompanied.
The Lord's Prayer — Arranged for solo trumpet with orchestra (optional piano or accompaniment track).
The Seven Days of Christmas - a fun, abbreviated version of "The 12 Days of Christmas," scored for flexible instrumentation.
We Have Heard the Joyful Sound (Jesus Saves) — Fun and jazzy version of a great old hymn.
What A Beautiful Name — Church orchestra or concert band with rhythm section.
Where the Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly – for Vocal Solo, Trio, and/or S.A.B. Chorus, with optional parts for strings. As recorded by Aaron Tippin.
Yet Not I, But Through Christ in Me — from the recording by CityAlight, arranged for choir, worship team and/or congregation, with optional orchestration.
You Are My All in All — "Classical" setting of the Dennis Jernigan worship song, arranged for vocal duet with choir and orchestra.