This arrangement of “I Saw a Mighty Angel Fly” is for Women’s Ensemble (SSAA) and Piano. The arrangement includes an optional vocal solo, 2-part harmonies (SA), 4-part harmonies (SSAA), and piano throughout (no a cappella sections). Includes two key changes (G Major to C Major to F Major). A small amount of text and music from “An Angel from On High” is blended in as well.
This beautiful, emotional piano solo is a manifestation of the plea in every Christian heart for God’s grace. This graceful advanced piano solo arrangement is filled with flowing LH arpeggios, rich harmonies, and beautiful, complex chord progressions. It is arranged in contemporary style (not jazz). Perfect to play for a worship service, sacred program, or personal fulfillment.
This arrangement of “I Saw a Mighty Angel Fly” is for Women’s Ensemble (SSAA), Flute, and Piano. It was first performed at a women’s conference celebrating the bicentennial of Joseph Smith’s First Vision. The arrangement includes an optional vocal solo, 2-part harmonies (SA), 4-part harmonies (SSAA), and flute, with piano throughout (no a cappella sections). Includes two key changes (G Major to C Major to F Major). A small amount of text and music from “An Angel from On High” is blended in as well.
One of my wonderful piano students asked me arrange her two favorite hymns into a piano solo before she left to serve as a church missionary. This sacred piano solo combines Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing and Joseph Smith’s First Prayer (Oh, How Lovely was the Morning). Written in contemporary style with classical influences, it begins with Come Thou Fount and transitions into Joseph Smith’s First Prayer, then ultimately concludes with both melodies played simultaneously.
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This famous Christmas carol has been arranged here for late beginner as an easy piano solo. Deep, open LH harmonies accompany the moving RH melody, set in G Major for a beautiful, rich sound. This arrangement can be used for a holiday performance or service, and it works well for solo piano or as an easy vocal accompaniment.
This early advanced arrangement of It Came Upon The Midnight Clear is filled with rich RH chords and grand LH arpeggios. The treble lead-in with scale passages and parallel thirds feels like a winter’s night after a fresh snowfall. Full, complex chord harmonies and intricate arpeggios make this arrangement a rewarding challenge both to play and hear. This makes a beautiful Christmas religious service or Holiday performance selection.
One of the most quintessential Christmas carols of all, this arrangement of Silent Night is warm, expressive, and filled with complexity. Grand, flowing arpeggios accompany full chords and harmonies. Unique chord choices, surprising modulations, and two key changes make this a memorable arrangement and an unforgettable performance that everyone will love. This is an excellent choice for a holiday church service or Christmas performance.
This popular Christian song is a favorite at Christmas time. It is arranged here for early intermediate pianists with a steady rocking pattern LH bass and RH melody with harmonies. Its full sound and natural swing feel make this arrangement an excellent choice for a Christmas recital or worship meeting.
This American spiritual has been arranged in many different ways over the years. This particular arrangement maintains a march-like religious feel in keeping with one of the song’s most popular styles.
A classic arrangement of a German Christmas carol, this rendition of a quiet Christmas night is ideal for sharing the Christmas spirit and story in Christmas recitals, performances, and church settings. This arrangement consists of gently rocking accompaniment, a softly singing melody, and delicate, harmonious chords. A key change warms up the sound for the last radiant verse, building to resplendent, full chords before peacefully echoing the final lines.
This flowing arrangement embraces the medieval sound of this Christmas carol while adding modern elements. The accompaniment feels like traveling on camelback across the desert sands, while the melody builds from a single note strain into grand, ascending chords that reflect the majesty of the three kings bearing gifts to the Christ child.