This March was written for a Lewisporte Citadel Band weekend and it features two fitting choruses. The first chorus, If I take the wings of the morning, is found in the chorus section of the old tune book. It expresses the biblical thought that there is nowhere we can go to hide from God. The second chorus, Building up the temple, is featured as an expression of community which celebrates young people and old-timers working together in harmony.
Written for the Valby Corps in Denmark, this is a rhythmic and energetic arrangement of the song made popular by worship artist Chris Tomlin.
In His Time
arr. Noel Brooks
This trombone feature is a simple rendition of the well-known chorus. With nothing technical or complicated to distract the listener, this arrangement presents the message of patience and understanding as we seek to do God's will in our lives.
Lift Up the Fallen
A meditation on the familiar words of Fanny Crosby, Rescue the Perishing.
Songs of Assurance
Blessed Assurance, Solid Rock, and I Stand Amazed are woven together in this selection.
Do You Hear What I Hear?
A beautiful trombone solo that uses Do You Hear What I Hear in different styles while making subtle references to O Come, O Come, Emmanuel.
The well-known evening hymn associated
with the tune St. Clements forms the basis for this meditative setting.
The Lily of the Valley
This cheerful song of testimony is given a toe-tapping treatment.
Hymn Tune Arrangement
arr. Stephen Pelley
An extended meditation based on the song Be Still that builds to a rousing conclusion.
This selection includes three songs of encouragement: Count Your Blessings, Knowing You, and Anything for Jesus.
My Jesus, I Love Thee
arr. Ron Heintzman
A setting of the hymn My Jesus I Love Thee that can be used as a selection or to accompany congregational singing.
A descriptive tone poem inspired by the tragic sinking of the Empress of Ireland.
Blest Be the Tie
Hymn Tune Arrangement
Using the words Blest be the tie, this setting features the hymn tune Dennis.
Peter van der Horden
A vigorous march that includes the hymn Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee.
March of the Kings
A jaunty setting of the traditional French folk song often associated with Christmas.