I’ve been super busy with a few projects, so I haven’t been able to update the blog in a few weeks. I’ve had some gigs, redesigned the web store for the Vergers’ Guild of the Episcopal Church, traveled to Spokane for the Guild, and worked several sub shifts.
I wanted to pass along this article that I wrote for an organization called Church Music Forward. They’re a great group of folks that are doing some fine work for church music. Check them out and read about what they do.
With my engraving background and my work in church music, I saw this as a great opportunity to help church musicians–who usually don’t have engraving experience–create more professional looking scores for their church choirs.
There’s a lot of information in this article. If you write anything for choirs, you definitely should take a look at this if you’re interested in stepping up your engraving game.
Take a look at my article online: Music Engraving for the Church Musician
With Easter on the way, it’s important for church musicians to be thinking about what they need for the big day. The theme of the morning will be robust hymns and joyful music. For many churches, Easter will also bring added musicians to the mix. While this greatly adds to the festivities, it also adds to the amount of preparation that goes into this joyful day:
Do you have a brass ensemble (or another kind of ensemble) for Easter? Let me arrange your hymns and service music!
Do you have a choral anthem that you’d like to add your guest instrumentalists on? I can help!
Do you have musical inserts that you need to put into your service bulletin or need displayed on a projector? No problem!
Once you’ve read more about my music engraving services and my specialized engraving services for church musicians, make sure to contact me ASAP and let’s get your Easter all squared away!