American Folk Hymns

for Men's Chorus (TTBB)

Thank you for sampling the following selections for TTBB voices.


American Folk Hymns for Male Voices

Brethren, We Have Met to Worship   No. 166a
setting of the folk hymn tune HOLY MANNA
medium easy
Broad Is the Road   Catalog No. 129
difficulty level is medium easy
Come, Happy Souls   No. 140
medium
Deep River   No. 125
medium difficult
His Voice as the Sound   No. 139
major tenor solo
medium difficult
Homeward Bound   No. 126
medium
I Will Arise and Go to Jesus   No. 134
medium
Lord, I Want to Be a Christian   No. 124
brief medium voice solo
medium easy
Poor Wayfaring Stranger   No. 132
major tenor solo
medium
Saints Bound for Heaven   No. 123
medium
The Starry Crown   No. 130
medium difficult
Steal Away to Jesus   No. 135
medium difficult
This Little Light of Mine   No. 127
medium
Were You There?   No. 174
the TTBB companion to the SATB version of this favorite spiritual
medium difficult
What Wondrous Love   No. 131
medium difficult
When the Saints Go Marchin' In   No. 128
medium difficult

Three Hymns on Worship

(available separately)

Brethren, We Have Met to Worship   No. 166a
setting of the folk hymn tune HOLY MANNA
medium easy
In Thy Holy Place We Bow   No. 166b
arrangement of a hymn by Mennonite musician J. D. Brunk
medium
Praise to the Lord, the Almighty   No. 166c
the classic hymn tune LOBE DEN HERREN
medium

Three Hymns for Men's Voices

(available together)

Three Hymns for Men's Voices   No. 114
all three easy

Give to Our God Immortal Praise
an Isaac Watts text set to music of an English hymn composer of the classical period

Be Thou My Vision
the familiar hymn in a comfortable and appealing version for men

God of Grace and God of Glory
arrangement of the classic hymn tune CWM RHONDDA

Other Titles for TTBB

God Alone, All Gracious   No. 164a
arranged from a song by Mendelssohn
medium
Hark, Ten Thousand Harps and Voices   No. 141
arrangement of a hymn by Lowell Mason
medium difficult
I Bind My Heart This Tide   No. 195
by J. Randall Zercher, arr. Brooks Gingerich; a moving arrangement of the Lenten/Passion hymn by J. Randall Zercher found in the last two Mennonite Hymnals; the recording is by Farther Along, a Goshen College (IN) group led by the arranger
medium