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American Folk Hymns for Orchestra: I. Promised Land by K. Lee Scott. For full orchestra. Instrumental. General. Medium. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.25-400). Set for full orchestra, this is a rhythmic, spirited setting of the Southern Harmony tune PROMISED LAND. Sections are featured on the verse/refrain settings: woodwinds, then brass, then strings each take a turn or two before the tutti ending.
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Americana, Christian, Folk, Religious
American Folk Hymns for Orchestra: II. Prospect by K. Lee Scott. For full orchestra. Instrumental. General. Medium. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.25-401). Beginning with a plaintive solo against a drone in the low strings, the mood of quiet introspection is established in this setting of the hymn tune PROSPECT. The mood builds to a majestic setting of the tune in the brass with woodwind and string figurations. The mood gradually returns to the quiet opening solo.
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Americana, Christian, Folk, Religious
American Folk Hymns for Orchestra: III. Keep Your Lamps by K. Lee Scott. For full orchestra. Instrumental. General. Medium. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.25-402). This setting of the tune KEEP YOUR LAMPS begins with an extended introduction with energetic sixteenth note patterns leads to the first statement of the melody in the strings with woodwind punctuation, The brass section takes over the sixteenth notes just before a tutti statement of the melody. The activity and energy builds to a dramatic ending.
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Americana, Christian, Folk, Religious
Jesus Shall Reign: Orchestra by Duane Funderburk. For full orchestra. Instrumental. General. Moderately Easy. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.25-936). This arrangement on DUKE STREET for full orchestra was written to use as a congregation hymn accompaniment. Full winds in pairs, percussion/timpani, harp, and strings are used, however the inclusion of the organ part is essential. Four verses including an interlude and key change before the final verse, which includes a soprano descant. Optional SATB choir on verses two and three. Majestic and stirring.
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Christian, Religious
Christmas Lullaby (The Gift) (Harp Part) by George Stone. For harp. Choral. Part. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1555A).
$10.00

Genres: Christian, Christmas, Religious, Miscellaneous
The Light in the Night (Percussion Part) by John C. Reim. For percussion. Choral. Tambourine/claves part. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1907A).
$8.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Processional on Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Orchestra Score) by Robert A. Hobby (1962-). Choral. Optional Orchestral Score. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1950C).
$21.00

Genres: Classical, Christian, Religious
Processional on Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (Orchestra Parts) by Robert A. Hobby (1962-). For orchestra. Choral. Optional Orchestral Parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1950D).
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Christian, Religious
Still, Still, Still (Orchestra Score) by Robert A. Hobby (1962-). Choral. Optional Orchestral Score. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1952A).
$13.00

Genres: Classical, Christian, Religious
Still, Still, Still (Orchestra Parts) by Robert A. Hobby (1962-). For orchestra. Choral. Optional Orchestral Parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1952B).
$50.00

Genres: Classical, Christian, Religious
All My Heart Again Rejoices (Instrument Parts) by David Cherwien. Choral. Flute and harp parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-1970A).
$13.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
The Lord Be with You (Score and Parts) by Claude Bass, Randy Edwards. Choral. Orchestral Score and Parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-2512A). Orchestral Parts include: Flute Oboe Clarinet in B-flat Bassoon Horn I and II Glockenspiel/Sus Cymbal Violin I and II Viola Cello Contrabass.
$50.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Christ Is Risen, Alleluia (Instrumental Parts) by James Chepponis. Choral. Optional Instrumental Parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-8470B). Optional Instrumental Parts inlcude: Handbells Flute Trumpets I and II in B-flat Trumpets I and II in C Trombones I and II Tuba Suspended Cymbal and Timpani opt. Horn in F (substitute for Trombone I).
$35.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Neither Death nor Life (Instrumental Parts) by Jonathan Crutchfield. Choral. Optional Instrumental Parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.50-9820B). Optional Instrumental Parts include: Trumpets I and II in B-flat Trumpets I and II in C Horn in F Trombone opt. Trombone (sub. for Horn).
$25.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Lift Up Your Heads, O Ye Gates! (Instrumental Parts) by Leo Nestor. Choral. Instrument parts. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.5857A). Instrumental Parts.
$28.35

Genres: Christian, Religious
Rivals or a Team?. (Clergy-Musician Relationships in the Twenty-First Century). By Eileen Guenther. Book. Book. 179 pages. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.90-63). ISBN 9780944529546. Collaboration between clergy and musicians is vital to the ministry of the Christian church. This book explores the importance of teamwork, identifying ways in which musicians and clergy can exercise their separate roles effectively, and suggesting strategies for building supportive relationships. Including heart-felt testimonies from musicians and clergy, Guenther takes a clear-eyed look at conflict, reasons musicians leave a church, and approaches for transition when the situation just does not work any longer. This distinguished church musician and seminary professor encourages musicians and clergy to work together with mutuality and collegiality in order to fulfill the promise of their ministry. Forward by Paul Westermeyer.
$18.95

Pages: 179
Genres: Christian, Religious
Sundays and Seasons Year C 2013. Books. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-01). Sundays and Seasons is the indispensable companion for worship planning as it follows the church year and three-year lectionary. Easy to use and rich in content, Sundays and Seasons will enrich every aspect of worship preparation. Lay worship leaders and planners, preachers and presiders, worship team leaders, musicians and visual artists, educators, sacristans and altar guilds, and pastoral liturgists will find this to be the perfect resource to ease their work and prepare engaging worship. Dated for Advent through Christ the King Sunday. Weekly helps - Day and reading introductions - Propers: prayer of the day, gospel acclamation, scripture texts, preface, color - Examples of prayers of intercession for each Sunday and major festival - Ideas and images for approaching the day and its texts in preaching and worship - Ideas for deepening children's engagement with worship - Assembly song suggestions from a variety of resources in a wide range of musical styles - Choral, children's, keyboard/organ, handbell, praise ensemble, and global music recommendations Seasonal helps - Multi-dimensional introductions to each season - Seasonal checklists - Reproducible worship texts for the seasons - Rites for days and occasions Other helps - Introduction to the Lectionary in Year C - Helping the congregation support those preparing for baptism and the newly baptized - The assembly prays - Time after Pentecost conversion chart - Liturgical color chart - Extensive bibliography.
$39.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Holy Conversation: Spirituality for Worship by Jonathan Linman. Books. Book. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-04). Despite widespread interest in spirituality, its most common corporate form, congregational worship, is rarely discussed in those terms. This book explores liturgical spirituality as a holy conversation between God and us. Linking the themes of spirituality and worship and giving each needed focus in ways that are biblically and theologically rich and consistent with ecumenical traditions, this book specifically explores the relationship of sacred reading (lectio divina) to worship. Linman sees this practice as one element in the larger liturgical action of Gathering, Word, Meal, and Sending. Our "spiritual worship" (cf. Rom 12:1), he argues, is the holy conversation between worshipers and the triune God who leads us to greater participation in Christ and to transformation through Christ's presence. Raising important issues for worship renewal and interspersed with practical insights and suggestions, this book serves as a primer for those who want to more fully learn how to worship, and, through the power of the Spirit, to deepen their awareness of the encounter with Christ made known in Word and Sacrament.
$20.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Discerning the Spirits: A Guide to Thinking about Christian Worship Today by Sue A. Rozeboom. Books. Book. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-43). Christian worship in North America has undergone great change in recent years. But change always brings uncertainty - at times even division - about what constitutes "authentic worship." This important book reviews a wide variety of current perspectives and offers a fresh outlook on the contemporary practice of Christian worship. In order to provide the widest, most insightful discussion on present-day worship practices yet assembled, the authors gathered a team of church musicians, ministers, worship leaders, and educators from eight church traditions. Discerning the Spirits is the fruit of their work. Shaped by the wisdom of men and women like Marva Dawn, Justo Gonzalez, C. Michael Hawn, and John Witvliet, this book broadens today's "worship wars" into a bigger, richer discussion that moves from arguments over musical tastes to good thinking about the overall purpose of worship in relation to church life and God himself. Sidebar articles and quotes are meant to draw readers and study groups into dialogue on these issues. Whether one plays a leadership role in church worship or is simply grappling with questions about it, Discerning the Spirits is a must-read. 186 pages; dimensions (in inches): 6 x 9; 2003.
$19.00

Pages: 186
Genres: Christian, Religious
The Church of All Ages: Generations Worshiping Together by Howard Vanderwell. Books. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-52). Many congregations today experience collisions between parents who want to spend time with their children and age-segregated church programming, as well as between the children worshiping in their pews and the increasing number of seniors in the same pew. Among the questions these congregations struggle to address are these: Should we try to hold the generations together when we worship? Is it even possible? Led by pastor and resource developer Howard Vanderwell, nine writers-pastors, teachers, worship planners, and others serving in specialized ministries-offer their reflections on issues congregational leaders need to address as they design their worship ministry. In addition, numerous sidebars illustrate the diversity of practices in the church today. Contributors do not propose easy answers or instant solutions. Rather, they guide readers as they craft ministries and practices that fit their own community, heritage, and history. Each chapter includes questions for reflection and group discussions, and an appendix provides guidelines for small group use. The thread that connects these varied contributions is the belief there is no greater privilege for Christians than worshiping God, and there is no better way to do that than as an intergenerational community in which all are important and all encourage and nurture the faith of the others.
$17.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Beyond the Worship Wars: Building Vital and Faithful Worship by Thomas G. Long. Books. Book. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-53). Experiencing mystery, practicing hospitality, and recovering a sense of drama are among the nine characteristics of vital and faithful worship that Thomas G. Long identified when studying congregations that seemed to have avoided the tensions around worship that are so common today. These "third-way" congregations-neither "traditional" nor "contemporary"-are creating worship that is both vital and faithful. Through an illuminating analysis of these churches' practices and experiences, Long calls other churches to genuine hospitality and enlivened worship founded in the yearning for an experience of the mystery and complexity of God.
$16.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
Designing Worship Together: Models and Strategies for Worship Planning by Norma de Waal Malefyt, Howard Vanderwell. Books. Book. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-54). This book draws on more than two decades of collaborative worship planning by pastor Howard Vanderwell and musician Norma deWaal Malefyt of the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, offering thoughtful, field-tested processes and tools for planning, implementing, and evaluating life-enriching weekly worship. The authors enter into the trenches of weekly congregational life with this book, offering helpful insights into the process of how worship services are planned and led. DeWaal Malefyt and Vanderwell's approach to worship arises from the biblical narrative, using the language of the Christian tradition and emphasizing that worship tells the story of God's efforts through history to show us the path to union with God. Designing Worship Together is also deeply connected to the experience of local congregations. DeWaal Malefyt and Vanderwell understand that the way in which God's saving deeds are proclaimed will differ from church to church, from place to place, and from culture to culture and they present a process for designing worship services that is equally applicable in a wide diversity of congregations. Foreword writer Robert Webber writes of Designing Worship Together, 'In a day when worship, born out of an antihistorical attitude focuses on the self-what I need, what I want, what I do-it is refreshing to find a book that focuses on God yet is deeply concerned about the people engaged in worship.' While many books are available about the theology of worship, worship styles, and issues of music, there are few resources on the value of careful worship planning. DeWaal Malefyt and Vanderwell offer the practical nuts and bolts that worship planners need, but this book is far more than a how-to for worship planners. In addition to describing best practices for worship planners, they clarify the role of vital worship in the life of a healthy congregation; identify the biblical assumptions underlying Christian worship; highlight the importance of teamwork in worship planning; name the issues and barriers worship planners must overcome; and suggest a variety of models for worship planning and evaluation. This invaluable resource also features more than a dozen field-tested tools and a selected bibliography for worship planners to use as they continue to develop their ministries.
$17.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
A Lent Sourcebook by Various. Books. Lent. Book. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-57). Over 1,000 entries accompany the reader on the journey through Lent. You'll find selections about conversion, repentance, renewal, rebirth, mystery, and eternity. Two volumnes included.
$32.00

Genres: Christian, Religious
A Music Sourcebook by Diana Kodner and Alan J. Hommerding. Books. Music. Book. Published by MorningStar Music Publishers (MN.91-58). This rich anthology sings the praises of music. You'll find the texts of hymns, the thoughts of mystics and the words of musicians throughout the ages. Also included are texts from Church documents and writings of authors who see the power and interconnectedness of music, Church and ritual. Paperback, 6 x 9, 166 pages.
$18.00

Genres: Christian, Religious