The Hymn Arrangement Titles in this collection so far are:
"Abide with Me 'tis Eventide" - a hymn of ultimate longing, of inviting the Savior's love and comfort to be part of your life. The lovely piano part provides interest to the simple vocal parts.
"Arise, O God, and Shine" - a powerful message of praise. I especially love the phrase "Let earth present her store in converts unto thee." This is a great missionary hymn. The 2 parts trade off singing melody and harmony. On the last verse, the women sing a fun countermelody obligato.
"Come Follow Me" - The rippling effect in the piano accompaniment is very fun to play and accessible for a medium level pianist. Although the verses modulate through different keys, the ranges stay consistent.
"Come Rejoice" - Stately hymn of praise in a Classical style. Very easy for both singers and pianist.
"Count Your Blessings" - This jaunty new setting gives new life to this old favorite hymn. During this time of Pandemic troubles, the reminder to "count your blessings, see what God has done" is so important.
"Hope of Israel" - This hymn is particularly appropriate for a Youth Chorus or Missionary Chorus, but it is flexible enough work for 2 part Men's Chorus as well. What a great message for the "youth of Zion to rise in might."
How Gentle God's Commands" - This hymn gently urges us to drop our burdens at the Savior's feet and trust his constant care.
"I'll Go Where You want Me to Go" - Favorite missionary-themed hymn with new piano setting and obligato for C instrument such as flute or violin.
"Lead Kindly Light" - Elegant and flowing, the haunting piano accompaniment and some interesting countermelodies breathe new life into this popular hymn.
"More Holiness Give Me" - This moving hymn speaks of the desire to become more like the Savior. This arrangement provides just the right amount of harmony and variety for the choir with little time to prepare.
Other Sacred Songs included are "Counsel with the Lord in All Thy Doings," "Anchored to the Truth," "Building on a Legacy of Faith," and "With All the Power of Heart and Tongue."