For Summer Church Choir

recommended by Judy H. and Jennifer F., Sacred Choral Music Specialists

As we head into summer, we recommend both the Easy Anthems and Singing Men series as excellent options for summer church choirs – with many full choirs on summer hiatus or with members traveling out of town, it can be a challenge to find repertoire to effectively lead your congregation while still being musically achievable! New this year:

Easy Anthems Vol. 6 compiled by Jane Holstein
Here is the 6th volume in our successful series of accessible voicings of top-sellers in the Hope Publishing catalog. There are pieces for Advent, Christmas, Palm Sunday, Lent, Communion and general occasions in a variety of styles. All of these are proven winners from composers and arrangers: Joel Raney, Lloyd Larson, Joe Martin, John Carter, Jay Althouse, Marty Parks, and Ruth Elaine Schram. Each is set for SAB or Two-Part Mixed choirs.

Singing Men Vol. 5 arranged by Lloyd Larson
Here is the 5th volume in our successful series of TTBB voicings of top-sellers in the Hope Publishing catalog. All of these are popular contemporary songs are top-selling arrangements from Lloyd Larson.

For more recommendations for your church choir, please contact us!

About the Authors:
Judy H. has been working in Stanton’s Choral Department since 1975. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from Bowling Green State University, and a Master’s degree in Choral Conducting from The Ohio State University. A member of the Grove City Chamber Singers, Judy also enjoys reading and spending time with her four grandchildren.

Jennifer F. is a graduate of Otterbein College with a degree in Vocal Performance. She has worked at Stanton’s for over 14 years specializing in Sacred Choral, Classical Vocal and Handbell music. Jennifer is a soprano section leader in the Chancel Choir at First Community Church in Columbus Ohio, and is also the founder, Artistic Director and bass bell ringer for Handbells Columbus.

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