Sing Unto Him a New Song
Extended Programs for Family and Congregational Hymn Singing
A Joyful experience for your church, ward or stake. Elements for an interesting and successful hymn sing is with appropriate variety. Everyone participates. There can be a choir, a soloist, readers, varying use of organ and piano accompaniments, and most of all, the family and congregation. Some of the hymns are sung exactly as in the hymn book and other selections, melody only, with special accompaniments. We have found it successful to consider the choir or soloists as participants rather than performers such as, one verse soloist, another verse choir with congregation joining etc.
Where Can I Turn for Peace? ~ Hymn Sing
Truth Restored ~ Restoration Hymn Sing Fireside
We the People Give Thanks ~ Thanksgiving Hymn Sing
We Believe in America ~ Hymn Sing
This new sing-a-long book is filled with Home-Centered Music by Larry R. Beebe. Original music and texts with positive and happy sounds and incredible orchestrations. The goal is to be heading 'Heaven Bound" with joyous music while instilling gospel principles into the hearts and minds of the entire family.
Included in this new book are 8 original songs with sing-a-long sheet music containing texts and melodies with occasional harmonies. The accompaniments are on the audio CD with delightful Orchestrations. There are two tracks for each number. 1) Orchestration with Voice and 2) Orchestration with NO voice. How fun is that!
Please take a moment and see the names of the songs and listen to the sample music.
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There is More to Music than Music
Series of Articles with Music Tips and Techniques
~ Introduction ~
There are so many vibrant colors and beauty in music when it is beautifully and spiritually done. Hearts are touched, spirits are enlivened and testimonies are strengthened with a resolve to do better.
One of the greatest challenges that lies before the music personnel . . .