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The repertoire consists of a wide range of choral styles including classical, spirituals, hymn arrangements, southern gospel, traditional, and some contemporary choral music. The classical selections are primarily ‘light’ in nature, and include familiar music by Mozart, Handel, Bach, etc., rather than more ambitious works such as masses, requiems, and the like.

The traditional selections include music arranged by composers such as Mark Hayes, Joseph Martin, John Rutter, Robert Sterling, Benjamin Harlan, and Cindy Berry. Many of these songs include hymn arrangements and are selected for their message as well as their choral style.

The nursing home concerts are designed to include songs that are familiar to the residents—and occasionally enable them to sing along.

Partial List of Current Repertoire:

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All Creatures of Our God and King — arr. Dick and Mel Tunney

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Alleluia — From Mozart’s motet, Exultate, Jubilate

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Amazing Grace

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As a Little Child — medley including Jesus Loves Me

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Assurance

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At the Name of Jesus

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Bless the Lord, My Soul — Choral setting of Bach’s Ariso

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Boundless Love

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Come Thou Fount

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Coming Home — Joseph Martin arrangement

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Come to Me All Who Labor

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Come Worship the King

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Create in Me a Clean Heart

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Day by Day - Arranged by Lloyd Larson

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Deep, Deep Love - by Terry Butler, arr. by Mark Hayes

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Good Old Gospel Songs

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God of My Praise — Camp Kirkland

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He is the Rock

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He Leadeth Me — William Bradbury Hymn and Bach’s Prelude “Wachet Auf”

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He Lifted Me — Hymn Arrangement

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He Giveth More Grace

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He Never Failed Me Yet

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Honored, Glorified, Exalted — includes All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name

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I Can See the Hand

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I Surrender All — Mark Hayes arrangement

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I Will Cling to the Cross

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I Want Jesus to Walk with Me—Spiritual

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I Would Be True

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If You Believe

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If it Had Not Been

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Jesus is All the World to Me

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Jesus, Savior Blessed Friend

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Joyful, Joyful Sing Praise

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Kyrie

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Leaning on the Everlasting Arms

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Lightshine — Jazz style arranged by J. Paul Williams & Joseph Martin

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Lord of the Dance — Don Hart arrangement

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Love Lifted Me

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Mercy Refused

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Moses — Ken Medema’s story-song

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Movin’ Up to Gloryland — Dixieland style

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Near the Cross

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Oh That will Be Glory

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Old Time Religion Medley - arranged by Mark Hayes

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Only Jesus - Amy Tate Williams

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On Eagle's Wings

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Order My Steps

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Portrait of His Passion — includes The Old Rugged Cross and O Sacred Head

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Praise to the King

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Revelation 19 - Arranged by Jack Schrader

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Run to the Cross

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Saints Bound for Glory

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Softly and Tenderly

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Song of Exaltation

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Sing Unto the Lord

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Sing with Songs of Joy — Handel

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Steal Away

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There Was no Other Way

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Twelve Gates into the City

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This Little Light of Mine

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We Are More than Conquerors

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When They Call My Name

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Who Can Satisfy? - by Dennis Jernigan

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With My Last Breath

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With Songs of Rejoicing

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Written in Red - Arranged by Camp Kirkland

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