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This Is Christ the King (What Child Is This)

Christmas Carols
This Is Christ The King (What Child Is This)
CLICK TO LISTEN: This Is Christ the King from hymncharts arranger Don Chapman: For 30 years I’ve been rewriting the music for hymns way before it was popular (yes, I’m old LOL!) In no way do I feel my music is better or should supplant the original; instead it simply will…

The Story Behind: What Child Is This?

What Child Is This
CLICK TO LISTEN: What Child Is This CLICK TO LISTEN: This Is Christ the King By Taylor Brantley Too often do we look at our current situation and think God can’t use us where we are. After all, what impact could we make with our ordinary life? Paul was a missionary, Martin…

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 2022

Christmas Carols
Hark The Herald 2022
CLICK TO LISTEN: Hark! The Herald Angels Sing 2022 from hymncharts arranger Don Chapman: The new hymncharts arrangement of Hark! The Herald Angels Sing has more of a modern sound with spacious pads. Placed in a key for a tenor worship leader with an alto background vocal, lower it to a…

Christmas Preview 2022

Christmas Preview 2022
Listen below to simple piano/vocal demos of upcoming Christmas hymncharts arrangements for 2022. by Don Chapman Typically I’ll drip out my new Christmas arrangements one by one as I get them finished, but this year I thought I’d try giving you a full glimpse of what’s coming so you can…

The Story Behind: Holy, Holy, Holy

Holy Holy Holy
CLICK TO LISTEN: Holy (Lord Almighty) CLICK TO LISTEN: Holy Holy Holy) Hymncharts offers two versions of Holy, Holy, Holy: a more modern version (Holy Lord Almighty) and a blended one. By Taylor Brantley In the English vernacular, exclamation points are used to emphasize the importance of something. In the Jewish vernacular,…




Christ Arose (LIVE) 1st Baptist Atlanta

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Sing We Now of Christmas

In the Studio: Sing We Now of Christmas

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Away In A Manger

Recording Session Vocalists: Away in a Manger

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Josh Erisman
FBC Strafford
Strafford, MO

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Susan Hutchinson Banning
Rockland Community Church
Golden, CO

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Doug Hewitt
First Baptist Church
Riverview, FL

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Barry Bouchillon
Trinity Baptist Church
Fulton, MS

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Brandon Snow
Fellowship Baptist Church
Rome, GA

I want to sing, “Have I told you lately that I love you…!” Your Advent/Christmas hymn arrangements have made this season (for 3 years now) so easy & wonderful!

Wendi Arms
First Presbyterian Church
Greer, SC

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Kent Drake
Bright Christian Church
Lawrenceburg, IN

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Sam Ruiz
Ridgeway Alliance Church
White Plains, NY