Glorious Everlasting no. 504
By far, Glorious Everlasting is Brodt's premium choral publication. Recorded by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and performed in over 6 countries, this festive anthem will become one of your library's treasured highlights.

Hosanna no. 200
This arrangement of Gregor's famed Hosanna works well with adult choir combined with children's choir or as two equal voices. This is a must for the Lenten and Palm Sunday Seasons as well as the Christmas Season.

God of Grace and God of Glory no. 513
Paul Langston's setting of this text is a stirring anthem for full chorus. Used with the exciting accompaniment, this piece will have both choir and congregation stirred with majesty and splendor.

Now Thank We All Our God no. 524
Church music veteran Austin Lovelace has beautifully edited Packelbel's setting of this famous German chorale. This anthem, especially suitable for Thanksgiving, has a soprano line which may be doubled by a trumpet for a stirring effect.

All Praise and Thanks to God no. 523
Austin Lovelace's edition of this work sets a four-part chorus accompanied by brass or organ. An anthem of medium difficulty, it is sure to be a favorite at any time of year!

Simeon's Prayer no. 534
Alex Hagenbart's setting of the familiar St. Luke passage is a gorgeous way to close a service. Relatively easy to sing for SATB voicing, this selection would also serve as a stirring anthem any time of year.

Thou Child Divine no. 1000
Our most popular Christmas anthem to come from the Moravian Heritage, Thou Child Divine features tenor soloist and SATB choir. This one is a "must" for any Christmastime library!

Praise, Thanks and Adoration no. 105
Another popular Moravian anthem for full choir that is huge in sound but easy to sing. This anthem is very suitable for Thanksgiving or general use.

O Clap Your Hands no. 527
The late Thomas Cousiins has set this Psalm 47 text in a stunning, festive manner. This piece is ideal for an advanced chorus, but is one that will be a longtime favorite for any choral group. The voicing is SSAATTBB and may be accompanied by organ or piano.


St. Anthony Chorale / Brahms-Eichorn
Hermene Warlick Eichorn has arranged Brahms' "Variations on a Theme by Haydn" in a very useful piece for organ solo. Suitable for weddings or general use, this is a standard that every organist should have in their repetoire.


Moravian Chorales (For Band/Orchestra & Chorus)
James Christian Pfohl has arranged several famous Moravian chorale tunes for band or orchestra and chorus. This is a valued treasury of our early American musical heritage.

A Moravian Anthem Book (For Chorus)
Published through the cooperation of the Moravian Music Foundation, A Moravian Anthem Book is our best-selling choral collection arranged for SATB choir and keyboard accompaniment. Where applicable, separate brass parts have also been included.

Seventeen Organ Chorales / ed. Erbe
A fine collection of choral preludes based on the early Moravian tunes.

Nine Preludes for Organ / Latrobe
The nine brief preludes by Latrobe represent the whole of Moravian music presently known to exist. This collection provides an idea of the improvised preludes used in the early Moravian services. A very useful collection for all organists.

Two Holy Week Arias (Vocal Solo)
"For My Transgressions" and "O What Love Is Here Displayed" are dramatic works for high voice which tell the miraculous Holy Week drama. A must for a singer's library.