Sacred Choral and Vocal Music

Con Spirito Music offers highly singable sacred choral and vocal music for worship, including hymn settings, anthems, and vocal solos.

Each downloadable choral title is made available to you as a complete set (voices/accompaniment score plus any additional instrumental parts in one PDF file) for a fixed price; no minimum order quantity applies. Upon purchase of the music, you may reproduce as many copies as needed for your ensemble. Please see our Copyright page for additional information.

Choral Music

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  • All People That on Earth Do Dwell (SATB choir, congregation, organ, brass quintet) — festival hymn setting of William Kethe’s text and “Old Hundredth” psalm tune
  • Come, Holy Ghost (SATB choir, organ) — a short traditional prayer for inspiration
  • Come, Thou Long-Expected Jesus (SAB choir, organ) — new setting of Charles Wesley’s venerable text
  • Direct Us, O Lord (SATB choir, organ) — a prayer for guidance, from the Book of Common Prayer
  • God is Love: Let Heav’n Adore Him (unison/SATB choir, piano) — comforting text set to 19th-century Sacred Harp hymn tune, BEACH SPRING
  • Have, Have Ye No Regard? (baritone solo, SATB choir, organ) — Good Friday anthem on Robert Herrick’s “His Saviour’s Words, Going to the Cross”
  • In the Bleak Midwinter (TTBB choir) — Gustav Holst’s hymn tune, “Cranham,” to text by Chrstina Rossetti
  • Lo, He Comes With Clouds Descending (unison voices, organ, trombone) — Advent hymn
  • O Come, O Come, Emmanuel (SAB choir, piano, solo flute or flugelhorn) — unique setting of the venerable Advent hymn
  • O Sons and Daughters (unison voices, organ, brass quintet, handbells, timpani) — Easter hymn
  • Remember, O Thou Man (SATB, organ) — poignant, affecting anthem for Advent
  • Salzburg (unison voices, organ, brass quintet) — festival hymn setting of “At the Lamb’s High Feast We Sing”
  • Take My Life, and Let It Be (two-part mixed voices, piano) — easily singable contemporary setting of Frances Havergal’s consecration hymn text 
  • Thy Strong Word (unison congregation/choir, organ, brass quintet) — festival hymn setting of the tune “Ebenezer” for the text by Martin Franzmann
  • Unto the Hills: Psalm 121 (SATB, piano) — new music to metrical paraphrase by John D. Campbell (1845-1914)

Vocal Solos

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Take My Life, and Let It Be (soprano, organ) — beloved hymn text in a unique new setting

Three Solos for Advent, Christmas, Epiphany (soprano, organ) — includes the German Advent carol, “Blest Mary Walks Amid the Thorn;” the familiar “Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming” with traditional and contemporary harmonizations; and the Epiphany hymn, “Saw You Never in the Twilight,” set to the Welsh lullaby, “Suo Gan”