Sacred Choral and Vocal Music

Con Spirito Music offers highly singable sacred choral and vocal music for worship, including hymn settings and anthems available in printed format from JWPepper and in digital (downloadable) format from JWPepper and Sheet Music Plus. Click or touch a boldface title to preview and learn more about the selection. 

Choral Music

  • Arise, O Lord (SAB voices, organ) — Ascension anthem based on verses from Psalms 132 and 28
  • Draw Nigh and Take the Body of the Lord (SAB voices, organ) — Communion anthem based on ancient text, with music by Orlando Gibbons
  • For All the Saints (brass/organ accompaniment for unison voices) — Ralph Vaughan Williams’ SINE NOMINE
  • God is Love: Let Heav’n Adore Him (SAB voices, piano) — comforting text set to 19th-century Sacred Harp hymn tune, BEACH SPRING
  • Heart of Jesus, Think of Me (SAB voices, organ) — Communion devotion from St. Augustine’s Prayer Book
  • I Sing a Song of the Saints of God (brass/organ accompaniment for unison voices) — beloved hymn for All Saints Day, saints’ days, and baptismal services
  • In the Bleak Midwinter (TTBB voices) — Gustav Holst’s hymn tune, “Cranham,” to text by Christina Rossetti
  • In the Hour of Trial (SAB voices, organ) — especially appropriate in Lent and for memorial services, featuring a folk-like pentatonic tune and lovely harmonies
  • O Come, Divine Messiah! (SAB voices, organ) — Advent anthem on a sprightly French Noël, ideal for Gaudete Sunday (third Sunday in Advent)
  • O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (SAB voices, piano, flute) — unique setting of the venerable Advent hymn
  • Of the Father’s Love Begotten (SATB voices) — traditional Christmas hymn set to beautiful plainchant melody
  • Remember, O Thou Man (SATB or SAB voices, organ) — poignant, affecting anthem for Advent
  • Take My Life, and Let It Be (SAB voices, organ) — Frances Havergal’s beloved consecration hymn in a newly composed, simple yet effective setting
  • Unto the Hills: Psalm 121 (SATB voices, piano) — new music to metrical paraphrase by John D. Campbell (1845-1914)
  • Were You There? (solo baritone, SAB voices, piano) — very accessible yet emotionally evocative arrangement of a beloved African-American spiritual

Vocal Solos