Organist needs new music for youth choir

Our newest member, Maggie, wrote:

"I am a Organist at my Catholic Church, and I wish to be introduced to some new music. I would use it especially in the Youth Choir. Topcatholicsongs.com would help me to make both the choir and congregation more holy and involved in music."

Let's introduce Maggie to some new music! C'mon, everyone – let's get the chatter going here. Collaborate and contribute your talents! Raise your voices and sing alleluia!

I'll get the ball rolling for Maggie by suggesting that she take a look at the many organ/choral pieces written by Paul F. Page. Paul offers his sheet music free at his web site, www.paulpage.org, specifically here: www.paulpage.org/Scores_You_Can_Download.html

He has a number of children's choir pieces here: www.paulpage.org/Childrens_Choir.html

Audio demos of many of his liturgical songs and psalms are here: www.paulpage.org/Audio_Gallery.html  

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Wondrous Clay

Maggie, I would also like to suggest my own composition, Wondrous Clay: www.topcatholicsongs.com/wondrous-clay-2015

Richard

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

Wondrous Clay

Richard, thank you so much for the suggestions! I printed off your original compostion and will try and introduce it to the youth choir at our next practice!

Thanks,

Maggie

Sheet music for two-part choir now available for free download

Paul F. Page has graciously added a simple counter melody for verses 2 and 3. This can be easily sung by a youth choir. Download the two-part version here: Wondrous Clay sheet music (piano, two voice parts, guitar)

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com

Wondrous Clay for youth choir

Maggie, so glad you like Wondrous Clay!

Richard Schletty | Schletty Design and Music | www.schletty.com