Need some last-minute music to fill some gaps in Holy Week and Easter Services? Have a look at some of our favorites that can be put together in little to no time at all:
We're thrilled to have published a new work by Dr. Marty Wheeler Burnett (of COVID Conversations fame). It's a setting of the Trisagion for unison voices, handbells, and flute (or other treble instrument) that could be very effective this Advent. Now available exclusively to SJMP Members!
Dr. Burnett will be talking about this and more during an upcoming webinar by Virginia Theological Seminary - Hope Incarnate: Planning Worship for Advent and Christmas. You can attend this Wednesday, September 16th from 3-4:30 PM ET.
If talk about aerosols, social distancing, other challenges with church music amid COVID-19 raise your blood pressure, you're not alone. Let's talk about safe and healthy ways to move forward together. Sit down with Dr. Marty Wheeler Burnet and Dr. Kevin Simons for a conversation about church music amid COVID-19. Consider this the staff meeting you always wanted.
Click here to watch the show!
Submit a recording of Ian Higginson's "Venite" and the winner will have their recording live forever on the SJMP website! The winning singer will also receive a COMPLETE set of Mark Schweizer's Liturgical Mysteries!
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SJMP house editor Dr. Kevin Simons hosts special guests Dr. Ryan Hebert and Mr. Colman Flentge to discuss how musicians can help launch their churches into the streaming world. Where do we begin? What techniques and equipment do you need to improve online services? Join us for some laughs as we all improve together!
This virtual reading session introduces the Quires (Choirs) in Quarantine collection of flexible scores for soloists and small groups from St. James Music Press. Featured scores include: O Trinity of blessed light arr. Barrett A Pentecost Prayer by Cooman Beautiful Savior by Lee The Lord's My Shepherd arr. Price Lord, For Thy Tender Mercy's Sake Christ is Made the Sure Foundation arr. Aarons