Choir Music

  Music through Dec 24 is listed below.  If you miss a rehearsal and need to acquire any music, all of this sheet music can be found in the choir room vertical file (next to the table where you pick up your music).

Dec 3 – The Potter                    Couldn’t find a recording of our arrangement

 

Dec 10 – Lo, How a Rose E’re Blooming – the first part of this recording seems to match what we have, but it continues with more.                  https://www.jwpepper.com/sheet-music/media-player.jsp?&type=audio&productID=3208642

 

Dec 17 – Waiting for Emmanuel – gives you the idea       https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PksgFH3ez7g

 

Dec 24 10:30 – A Christmas Garland – Let’s work toward it – I will have a back-up plan in case we decide it’s too much

This one is mixed chorus, but with orchestra – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9-42YKGy3I

 This one is a men’s chorus, but uses just piano and a flute which would be more like what we would have. 

 

Need info on the music for a particular Sunday contact:

Valerie>  DirMusic@lafumc.org

 

 

 Bless you!  Please keep it up.     We hold you in high esteem!

thank_8392cThank you, choir members. Your faithfulness is astounding. The weeknight of choir rehearsal, the Sunday morning run-throughs, the worship service Sunday after Sunday, over and over and over again. And I know you don’t only sing for your anthem, but you also lend your full voice and heart to every note of every part of the liturgy and hymns.

Thank you, organists. You are amazing. It’s hard to comprehend how many hours you have spent in your lifetime practicing, practicing, and practicing.  Organists play their instrument with both hands and feet, all four working together in splendid coordination for the outflow of melody and harmony that brings our convictions of faith even deeper into our hearts and lives.

(excerpt from  “Thank you, church musicians” Tue, 12/10/2013 – 12:26pm Justin Kollmeyer; The Citizen.com