I’ll Praise My Maker
Do you want a challenge playing in 11/8 meter? Here’s your chance! This familiar melody is given a slightly new treatment that will delight performers and audiences alike.
I’ve Been Working On the Railroad
You have never heard the famous folk song played like this before! So many interpretations of this song from other composers have played the melody straight-forward, but this arrangement paints the picture of the railroad. With staccato strikes resembling the hammering of nails to build the tracks and an ostinato pattern that mimics the speed of the wheels, this arrangement will take you and your audience on a joyride you will not forget anytime soon. You can even blow the whistle (or at least play it on the piano) as you perform this work.
This familiar Polish folk melody, used in the famous Christmas hymn, gets drawn out and allows the held notes to illustrate the holiness and grandeur of people seeing the newborn Jesus for the first time. Take your time and envelop yourself in the music of this arrangement at your next worship service or performance.
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
While many people are familiar with the melodic tune by Richard Storrs Willis, a different setting of the beloved Christmas carol was written by another composer Arthur Sullivan (of Gilbert and Sullivanfame). These two melodies have become intertwined and partnered into this arrangement. Beginning with the Willis melody then followed by the Sullivan, the key change brings both melodies together seemingly acting as countermelodies at times to each other. This lyrical arrangement will bring a renewed spirit to your Christmas celebrations.
This spiritual melody opens the possibilities to take many steps between its notes. This arrangement opens and closes with an embellished melody featuring many quick chromatic passages. The remainder song keeps the easy-going feeling of the melody with a graceful and walking pace. This will become a highlight at your next performance.
Keep On the Sunny Side
This southern gospel tune by J. Howard Entwisle is known around the world and brings a smile to everyone who hears its uplifting tune. This arrangement gives the piano player the opportunity to be an entire gospel band at their fingertips. Your audiences will smile and clap along as you perform this work. Have fun!
Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence
A hypnotic arrangement that celebrates the silence and sounds of being in the presence of the Holy Spirit. The song continuously builds toward a new change in music, but establishes a final reminder of the journey one has taken thus far.
Let It Be Christmas
A lyrical and beautiful new Christmas song by singer/songwriter Alan Jackson, it has a poetic touch that embraces the heart of the holiday spirit. This arrangement for solo piano is effortless to perform and will give the audience and pianist a sure delight to enjoy the season more.
Let Us Break Bread Together
with Träumerei from Scenes from Childhood, Op. 15
The renowned music of Robert Schumann envelops this famous African-American spiritual with calmness and serenity. Perfect for Communion but can be used in other aspects of worship, your pianist will have a great time performing this contemporary arrangement with the Romantic era work included.
Little David, Play on Your Harp
with The Entertainer
With David playing on his harp and Scott Joplin playing his piano, you will definitely have a great time! Combining the traditional spiritual with the famous ragtime tune, you and your audience are going to have fun with this arrangement!