Best Selling Chorals
There’s A Wideness In God’s Mercy
In the world of church music, Robert Lau is renowned for his masterful part writing, insight into the human voice, and awareness of all the practical aspects of a dynamic music ministry. For There’s A Wideness In God’s Mercy, he uses a keyboard and various voices to perform the hymn song Beach Spring. Try it on Sunday for the World Communion.
There Is A Balm In Gilead
This charming classic spiritual, There Is A Balm In Gilead has been arranged by Robert Lau for SAB voices and piano or organ. This piece is suitable for Lenten services.
There is a balm in Gilead
to make the wounded whole,
there is a balm in Gilead
to heal the sin-sick soul.
Seek and You Will Find
Many people are familiar with and adore Natalie Sleeth‘s melodic songs. Sleeth’s Seek and You Will Find melody is adapted here for mixed choir and keyboard by composer Robert Lau. The straightforward composition would be suitable for a small youth choir or adult church choir.
Concertato On Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty
This hymn concertato is written in the conventional classic hymnal form favored by Robert Lau for mixed voices and organ. A large Sunday service performance of Concertato On Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty would be an ideal setting for this fairly difficult work.
This Is The Day
The original score for This is the Day called for unison/optional two-part vocals with piano (HMC229). Here, Robert Lau skillfully adapts the Natalie Sleeth tune and text for choirs of all sizes, including adult and youth.
Although practically any occasion would be an outstanding fit for the composition, Easter, Palm Sunday, Pentecost, and Christ the King would be more than appropriate celebrations to feature this musical work.