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May 172017
 

Good News! And a Special Offer

We are pleased to announce a new resource from Songs for Disciples. Now available are four CD piano accompaniments of ALL of our hymns and worship responses! In the possible short term or long term absence of organists or pianists, congregations some times use prerecorded accompaniments for worship services. Choirs and soloists use this convenience in learning new hymns.

Every hymn has been recorded on the piano. Descants are provided for eleven of the hymns. The descants may be played by any C instrument and, of course, transposed by others.

  • Volume 1 of 4 contains 19 tracks of “Songs in the Lives of Disciples,” i.e,, from baptism to funerals and memorial services.
  • Volume 2 of 4 contains selections for worship services as well as songs about the Bible and major church historical events.
  • Volume 3 of 4 includes a series of songs about Hebrew prophets, building friendships, and Social Justice hymns.
  • Volume 4 of 4 emphasizes music regarding liturgical seasons as well as appropriate songs for holidays such as Thanksgiving and Independence Day. Details about the collections are provided below and on our website.

Special Offer – HALF-PRICE SAL(or better!) Here are our GET ACQUAINTED prices at the end of 2016!!!

For example,buy the Advent/Christmas/Epiphany hymn collection at the reduced price of $15.00 (normally $30.00) and receive Volume 4 of 4 of the CD Piano Accompaniments for only $40.00 (HALF PRICE)! Vol. 4 includes also the piano accompaniments for Lent/Easter and the Holidays/Special Observances hymns.This offer is for a limited time only. Order today so you have the music available before Epiphany begins.

Each hymn in the music collection includes background information.

Introductory Sale Prices

  1. Individual songs may be purchased online at www.songsfordisciples.com.
  1. There is always a savings when buying a collection. For example, the collection of four hymns for Advent/Christmas/Epiphany is $25.00 rather than $40.00.
  1. Each single piano accompaniment CD normally costs $25.00. Now each is only $12.50. when all four are purchased, the price is reduced to $40.00. For a limited time only!

 

 

Chart I

Individual Music Collections  (in the order in which they appear in Chart II)

Title # of Songs Price
Special Songs in the Lives of Disciples 13 $49,00
Worship Service Elements 9 $33.75
Bible/Church History 6 $22.50
God’s Truth-tellers 8 $30.00
Social Justice/Just Peace 11 $41.25
Let Me Be a Friend 4 $15.00
Advent/Christmas/Epiphany 4 $15.00
Lent/Easter 7 $26.25
Holidays and Special Observances 7 $26.25

 

Chart II

CD Piano Accompaniments

Vol. Title (total number of tracks, including descant tracks) [no. of descants] Cost by itself (with related Music Collection(s) Total Cost

(not including shipping/taxes)

SALE PRICE

1 Songs in the Lives of Disciples (19) [6] $12.50 $33.50 $92.00
2 Worship Service Elements

Bible/Church History (19)[4]

$12.50 $37.50

$45.00

$50.00

$99.00

3* God’s Truth-tellers

Social Justice/Just Peace

Let Me Be a Friend (12)[1]

$12.50 $30.00

$82.50

$22.50

$74.00

 

$148.00

4 Advent/Christmas/Epiphany

Lent/Easter

Holidays/Special Observances (18) [0]

$15.00

$ super discount

$xx.00

$40.00

 

*Disk 3 Since the same tune is used for all 8 prophets, only 2 tracks are provided = one without and one with the descant. Social Justice tracks are numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, and 12, a total of 8.  While there are four text versions of “Friends,” there can be sung to either the piano version (track 7) or the Calypso/Soca version (track 7). The Soca version, which is a recording by a group of singers, is an example of an alternate interpretation. It does not include all the text verses.





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May 172017
 

We join with others in praying for the families of those slain and wounded at the Pulse night club in Orlando June 13. May God bring comfort and healing to them, their relatives and friends, their communities of faith, and their fellow citizens. The motives of this shooter and others before him are many and complicated. But we do know that far too many innocent victims, individual and groups, have paid the ultimate price.

After this shooting in Orlando, former U.S. Congresswoman Gabbie Giffords, herself a victim of gun violence, was quoted as saying “once again.” Too often have we heard those two plaintive words, “once again.”  Just a year ago, after the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting, before that with San Bernardino, Newton, on the Virginia Tech campus. We heard it in Kileen, Texas, following a Luby’s Cafeteria shooting, in Edmond Oklahoma at a post office, and in San Ysidro at a California McDonald’s. A recent Time article (June 27, 2016) cites evidence that since 1976 mass shootings in the United States have claimed the lives of 3,712 persons. Once again.

It was after the horrific shooting of children and teachers at the Sandy Hook School in Newton, Connecticut in 2012, that we felt compelled to write a song. We entitled it “Once Again” in light of  these recurring mass shootings.

The themes of the song’s verses are:

Verse 1 – Violent deaths keep occurring
Verse 2 – False security in guns
Verse 3 – Are more guns needed?
Verse 4 – Call for peaceful solutions (Isaiah 2:4)
Verse 5 – Put ultimate trust in God

Almost rap-like, symbolizing the rapid fire of rounds, each phrase ends with either “once again” or “never again.” The first four verses are in c minor, reflecting the dark cloud of senseless death and inaction that the nation is under. The fifth verse is in C major, symbolizing the sunshine of hope that new legislation and court victories will “triumph again” with common-sense regulations.  A solo with piano arrangement will be available soon.

To be clear, we join those who are calling for meaningful legislative actions that limit access to firearms prepared for the military. Such legislation does not mean a ban against all guns.

For now, please join us in continuing to pray for the victims of these shootings and praying for legislatures to do what is right.

Charles and Lynn

Please click here for more information on the song “Once Again.”

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May 172017
 

It is here! We want to get acquainted with you. So we are offering our hymns and worship responses for $5.00 each. At that price you can sample, at a small cost, a piece that you may have heard about, one on a favorite season or perhaps is on an issue close to your heart.

A distinctive feature of our downloadable hymns is a “left hand” page in addition to the music on the “right hand” page. In addition to the text in poetic form, the left hand page features scriptural references, background information and/or story about its development, and alternate tune (if available). For this additional information, we believe the $5.00 sale price(tax and transaction fee additional) is a bargain. A buy button is present on each song page, and payment can be made through Shopify or PayPal.

We are also excited to announce that eleven of our hymns are currently available for viewing on You Tube. A link to those hymns are at the song site. Text and audio samples are found on the web pages.

We also offer additional exciting resources.  One is piano accompaniments for each of the 61 selections. They are available on four CDs. Another resource is zip files of each of eight collections of our songs, arranged by topics. THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE AT HALF PRICE.

A new endorsement —


I have been a colleague of Lynn Zeigler for decades and a friend of Charles Kniker for several years. I have tremendous respect for the work they do in their respective areas (music and “words”), so I eagerly awaited the fruition of their hymn project. I was honored to be asked to write descants for several of the hymns. This turned out to be easier, and even more enjoyable, than I expected; the hymns grew on me more and more, and the beauty of the music Lynn wrote seemed to write the descants for me. These hymns are unmatched in their beauty and expressive character. I especially like what Lynn has done with juxtaposed major and minor keys that really bring out the meaning and expression of Charles’ words. I am glad that Lynn recorded the hymns for you; her playing shows her truly musical approach to hymn “performance,” which is obviously a strong influence on her composition of hymns.

Being a (musical) “note” person, I sometimes do not give the words due notice. However, Charles’ words drew me in; they speak to us—people of the 21st century—but they do it with the art, class, and depth that “contemporary” writings often lack. This, I believe sums up my impression of the Songs for Disciples: they give us something new that relates to our time, and does it with refinement, elegance, taste, and depth.

Dr. Kevin Schilling, Associate Professor of Music (oboist), Iowa State University

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May 152017
 

Behind every great ministry is the great God and a great team!

 

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Dr. Kevin Schilling (standing, far right) has written 13 descants that are part of the hymn collection. Like Lynn, he was a faculty member at Iowa State University for many years. He taught oboe, bassoon, chamber music, and music theory. He served as the adviser for music majors in the Department of Music and Theatre at Iowa State. Kevin and Lynn played together in an ensemble Basically Baroque. They have toured together and recorded several selections on the CD, Notes from Iowa. He is principal oboe in the Central Iowa Symphony and has played with the Des Moines Metro Opera Orchestra, and was principal oboist with the Des Moines Symphony and a member of the Des Moines Symphony Woodwind Quintet. Kevin Schilling holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Southern California and a Master of Music from Indiana University. In light of the many ways he has helped us, we have named the tune of “Here Hymns Reveal A Holy One, ” SCHILLING in his honor and his family’s involvement with church music over three generations.

Ms. Kelsie Schmidt (seated, far left) is a 2015 graduate of Iowa State in music education. She will begin her professional career teaching in Iowa in Fall 2016, with responsibilities for K-12 instruction in music for her school district. She will also the teacher/leader of the band and orchestra. Kelsie has worked with Lynn and Charles since 2014 merging their tunes and texts, via computer, into print-ready song copies. In addition to her computer skills, she provided valuable suggestions and enormous enthusiasm for the “hymn project.” In her honor, we have named the tune of “Make a Difference” K SCHMIDT. We firmly believe she will make a difference as a caring educator.

Mr. Bryan Hall (standing, far left) is the second web designer of Songs for Disciples. A native of Texas, Bryan is currently a doctoral student in computer science at Iowa State University. Bryan is also serving as the Associate Minister of the Friendship Baptist Church in Ames. We are indebted to Bryan for his many imaginative ideas and theological questions. His guidance has been significant in helping us upgrade the website and in suggesting additional resources such as the forthcoming CDs of musical accompaniment.

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Piano Accompaniment CDs with their Related Musical Collections

 

Good News! And a Special Offer

We are pleased to announce a new resource from Songs for Disciples. Now available are four CD piano accompaniments of ALL of our hymns and worship responses! In the possible short term or long term absence of organists or pianists, congregations some times use prerecorded accompaniments for worship services. Choirs and soloists use this convenience in learning new hymns.

Lynn Zeigler has recorded every hymn on the piano. Kevin Schilling has written and recorded descants for eleven of the hymns. The descants may be played by any C instrument and, of course, transposed by others.

  • Volume 1 of 4 contains 19 tracks of “Songs in the Lives of Disciples,” i.e,, from baptism to funerals and memorial services.
  • Volume 2 of 4 contains selections for worship services as well as songs about the Bible and major church historical events.
  • Volume 3 of 4 includes a series of songs about Hebrew prophets, building friendships, and Social Justice hymns.
  • Volume 4 of 4 emphasizes music regarding liturgical seasons as well as appropriate songs for holidays such as Thanksgiving and Independence Day. Details about the collections are provided below and on our website.

 

CD Piano Accompaniments

Vol. Title (total number of tracks, including descant tracks) [no. of descants] Cost by itself (with related Music Collection(s) Total Cost

(not including shipping/taxes)

SALE PRICE

1 Songs in the Lives of Disciples (19) [6] $25.00 $97.50 $122.50

$92.00

2 Worship Service Elements

Bible/Church History (19)[4]

$25.00 $67.50

$45.00

$137.50

$99.00

3* God’s Truth-tellers

Social Justice/Just Peace

Let Me Be a Friend (12)[1]

$25.00 $60.00

$82.50

$30.00

$197.50

 

$148.00

4 Advent/Christmas/Epiphany

Lent/Easter

Holidays/Special Observances (18) [0]

$25.00 $30.00

$52.50

$52.50

$160.00

 

$80.00

 

*Disk 3 Since the same tune is used for all 8 prophets, only 2 tracks are provided = one without and one with the descant. Social Justice tracks are numbers 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 11, and 12, a total of 8.  While there are four text versions of “Friends,” there can be sung to either the piano version (track 7) or the Calypso/Soca version (track 7). The Soca version, which is a recording by a group of singers, is an example of an alternate interpretation. It does not include all the text verses.





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Piano Accompaniments CD, Vol. 4 of 4 – Advent/Christmas/Epiphany, Lent/Easter, Holidays & Special Observances

 

Songs for Disciples is pleased to offer these piano accompaniments as a resource that can be used to enhance worship services and to accompany holiday and special observances.  Lynn Zeigler, the composer of Songs for Disciples, recorded the hymns, worship service responses, and songs at the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall at Iowa State University.Charles Kniker has written the texts of the hymns.

These piano accompaniments will be of special benefit for those musicians or congregations who:

  • want to hear how the composer suggests the hymns be played
  • are at a time without an organist or church musician and wish to play a CD so that the congregation can sing the hymns with accompaniment
  • prefer recorded music to printed music to assist choirs and congregations in singing.

Because these hymns will be new to a congregation or choir, Dr. Zeigler plays the entire hymn as an introduction, then once for each verse. In other words, a four-verse hymn will be played five times.  Short worship responses are also played more than once.

This fourth of a set of four CD’s contains a cluster of four hymns that relate to the first season of the liturgical or church year – Advent. Another group of hymns relates to the season of Lent. Most of the hymns are for Holy Week, from Palm Sunday through Easter. The final segment of hymns and songs relate to holidays and observances of the wider community.  They relate to: Thanksgiving, Independence Day, the observance of the Holocaust, Memorial Day, and Labor Day.

Content of Volume 4 of 4

 Advent/Christmas/Epiphany

  1. Awake to Change (Advent)
  2. Follow the Star (Christmas, Epiphany)
  3. Gifts (Christmas)
  4. River of Life (Epiphany, Jesus’ baptism)

 Lent/Easter

  1. In God’s Image (Lenten season; Ash Wednesday)
  2. O Christ, You Chose a Journey (Palm Sunday)
  3. How Often He Has Asked Us (Maundy Thursday)
  4. Remember Me (Maundy Thursday; Good Friday)
  5. The Dream of Peace (Good Friday)
  6. We Believe, Now See (Easter)
  7. Lights (Eastertide)

 Holidays and Special Observances

  1. A Thanksgiving Poem (Thanksgiving, Bread Day)
  2. A Thanksgiving Prayer (Thanksgiving)
  3. Armor Us (Independence Day)
  4. Ring the Bells! (Independence Day)
  5. Freedom (Holocaust Observance)
  6. We Now Give You Thanks (Memorial Day)
  7. With God’s Help (Labor Day)

 

Note:  A background page and the music are available on www.songsfordisciples.com. or at OneLicense.net.


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Piano Accompaniments CD, Vol. 3 of 4 – God’s Truth-Tellers, Social Justice/Just Peace, Let Me Be a Friend

 

Songs for Disciples is pleased to offer these piano accompaniments as a resource that can be used to enhance worship services and to accompany holiday and special observances.  Lynn Zeigler, the composer of Songs for Disciples, recorded the hymns, worship service responses, and songs at the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall at Iowa State University. Charles Kniker has written the texts of the hymns.These piano accompaniments will be of special benefit for those musicians or congregations who:

  • want to hear how the composer suggests the hymns be played
  • are at a time without an organist or church musician and wish to play a CD so that the congregation can sing the hymns with accompaniment
  • prefer recorded music to printed music to assist choirs and congregations in singing.

Because these hymns will be new to a congregation or choir, Dr. Zeigler plays the entire hymn as an introduction, then once for each verse. In other words, a four-verse hymn will be played five times.  Short worship responses are also played more than once.

The third in a set of four CD’s has two types of hymns/songs. The first is a series of eight prophetic voices from the Hebrew Scriptures. The persons selected are called God’s Truth-tellers. Each prophetic story is different, but all use the same tune.  The second category contains songs that relate to various Social Justice Issues. An emerging issue in schools and other settings for young people is bullying and the issue of teen suicide.  The “Friends” song comes in four versions, for public and non-public settings. Each version may be sung to either a piano version or a lively Calypso beat.

Special Note: Dr. Kevin Schilling, Associate Professor Emeritus of the Iowa State University Music Department, composed the descants. Some congregations may wish to use the descant versions, others may not.

Content of Volume 3 of 4

God’s Truth-tellers (Prophetic Voices)

[Note: All eight (8) prophet stories use the same tune, or descant tune] (Amos, Daniel, Deborah, Elijah, Esther,

Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ruth)

  1. God’s Truth-tellers
  2. God’s Truth-tellers (descant)

Social Justice and Peace

  1. A Thanksgiving Poem (world hunger)
  2. A World of Time and Space (environment, Earth Day)
  3. Armor Us (blessed nation; war and peace, media ethics)
  4. Freedom (human rights, remembering past injustices)

[Note: The four “Friend” songs –Courage, Kindness, Advocate, and Witness — may be sung to either the piano version or the Calypso/Soca version]

  1. Let Me Be A Friend (piano)
  2. Let Me Be a Friend (Calypso/Soca)
  3. Make a Difference (act without delay)
  4. Once Again (stop gun violence through legislation)
  5. Prisoners by Choice (visiting prisoners; penal reform)
  6. Your Covenant of Care (health care; support caregivers)

Notes: 

1) Some selections are offered in two versions, one with and one without a descant. The descants always are played on the final verse of the hymn.

2) A background page and the music are available on www.songsfordisciples.com. or at OneLicense.net.


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Piano Accompaniments CD, Vol. 2 of 4 – Worship Service Elements, Bible & Church History

 

Songs for Disciples is pleased to offer these piano accompaniments as a resource that can be used to enhance worship services and to accompany holiday and special observances.  Lynn Zeigler, the composer of Songs for Disciples, recorded the hymns, worship service responses, and songs at the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall at Iowa State University.

Charles Kniker has written the texts of the hymns.

These piano accompaniments will be of special benefit for those musicians or congregations who:

  • want to hear how the composer suggests the hymns be played
  • are at a time without an organist or church musician and wish to play a CD so that the congregation can sing the hymns with accompaniment
  • prefer recorded music to printed music to assist choirs and congregations in singing.

Because these hymns will be new to a congregation or choir, Dr. Zeigler plays the entire hymn as an introduction, then once for each verse. In other words, a four-verse hymn will be played five times.  Short worship responses are also played more than once.

The subjects of the second CD are Worship Service Elements and hymns and responses related to the Bible and Church History. The worship elements include responses for the opening (gathering) and closing (sending) of worship. A number of the other elements are related to prayers: for confession, scripture readings, and prayers of the people.  One hymn emphasizes the literature of the Bible and others relate to the history of the Church such as the Protestant Reformation in the 1500s.

Special Note: Dr. Kevin Schilling, Associate Professor Emeritus of the Iowa State University Music Department, composed the descants. Some congregations may wish to use the descant versions, others may not.

Content of Volume 2

  Worship Service Elements

  1. Come Citizens, with Saints Now Sing (gathering hymn)
  2. Try God (opening words/song)
  3. Inflame My Heart (general prayer)
  4. Inflame My Heart (descant)
  5. These Words Are True (before or after Scripture)
  6. When We Taste the Word (before or after Scripture)
  7. When We Taste the Word (descant)
  8. Our Days Are Treasures (prayers of the people)
  9. God Gives Us What We Need (offering response)
  10. God Goes With Us (sending hymn)
  11. Take God (benediction)

 

Bible/Church History

  1. Here Hymns Reveal a Holy One (music in church history)
  2. Here Hymns Reveal a Holy One (descant)
  3. Invitation (hymn)
  4. Welcome Home (Bible – Prodigal Son)
  5. Words of Light (hymn about the Bible)
  6. Words of Light (descant)
  7. Shouts of Joy! (Pentecost)
  8. We Stand for Love (Reformation)

 

Notes:  1) Some selections are offered in two versions, one with and one without a descant. The descants are always played on the final verse of the hymn.

2) A background page and the music are available on www.songsfordisciples.com. or at OneLicense.net.

 


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Piano Accompaniments CD, Vol. 1 of 4 – Songs in the Lives of Disciples

 

Songs for Disciples is pleased to offer these piano accompaniments as a resource that can be used to enhance worship services and to accompany holiday and special observances.  Lynn Zeigler, the composer of Songs for Disciples, recorded the hymns, worship service responses, and songs at the Martha-Ellen Tye Recital Hall at Iowa State University.

Charles Kniker has written the texts of the hymns.

These piano accompaniments will be of special benefit for those musicians or congregations who:

  • want to hear how the composer suggests the hymns be played
  • are at a time without an organist or church musician and wish to play a CD so that the congregation can sing the hymns with accompaniment
  • prefer recorded music to printed music to assist choirs and congregations in singing.

Because these hymns will be new to a congregation or choir, Dr. Zeigler plays the entire hymn as an introduction, then once for each verse. In other words, a four-verse hymn will be played five times.  Short worship responses are also played more than once.

This first of the four set CD contains thirteen (13) selections that reflect the journey that disciples make from birth to death. There are songs for baptism, confirmation, marriage, healing, and funerals/memorial services.

Special Note: Dr. Kevin Schilling, Associate Professor Emeritus of the Iowa State University Music Department, composed the descants. Some congregations may wish to use the descant versions, others may not.

Content of Volume 1 of 4

  1. Great Is Our Joy Today! (baptism)
  2. We Pledge This Day (confirmation)
  3. We Pledge This Day (descant)
  4. One and All (communion)
  5. Hand in Hand (wedding)
  6. Hand in Hand (descant)
  7. Ready (healing service, funeral)
  8. Ready (descant)
  9. Rising Again (funeral/memorial service)
  10. We Now Give You Thanks (memorial service)
  11. Let Me Be a Friend (Witness) (funeral)
  12. My Heart Still Sings II (memorial service or funeral for church member)
  13. My Heart Still Sings II (descant)
  14. My Heart Still Sings III (memorial service or funeral for non-religious service)
  15. My Heart Still Sings III (descant)
  16. Here We Reach Out (church anniversary)
  17. Here We Reach Out (descant)
  18. Here Hearts Unfold (building dedication)
  19. Yes, I Will Serve (ordination, commissioning)

 

Notes: 

1) Some selections are offered in two versions, one with and one without a descant. The descants are always played on the final verse of the hymn.

2) A background page and music are available on www.songsfordisciples.com or OneLicense.net.


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How Often He Has Asked Us (Good Friday) (Tenebrae)

 

Price: $5.00 (USD)

Picture: When Jesus is praying in the Garden of Gethsemane, he asks the disciples to remain awake but they fall asleep.

Music and Score Samples:

Push the play button (the arrow) hear the audio.

Click here for a sample of the score.

Biblical sources: Mark 14:32-42, Romans 13:11

Tune Name: O SAVIOR

Alternate Tune: PASSION CHORALE

Meter: 13.13.12.13.

Hymn content: 1 verse of 8 lines

Hymn arrangement: SATB, organ or piano

Sample text:

How often He has asked us608a0984jf
To stay with Him and pray.
But now deep sleep has masked us
With dreams to run away.
O Lord, the hour has come!
The time is now we fear!
Help move us; our souls are numb.
Salvation must be near!

Key words: Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, Jesus Christ, Mark, prayer, discipleship, salvation, Bible

Collection(s): Lent/Easter

Credits: The illustration is © Sweet Publishing and has been made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License. More of their illustrations are available at their website: http://sweetpublishing.com.

Image: Pictured here is Michael Bagby who wrote the tune for this song.

©Copyright 2013, 2016 by Charles R. Kniker and Lynn J. Zeigler. Not to be copied or distributed without written permission.

 


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