Watchfire Music has Andrew Brewis only as a composer at this time, meaning that his sheet music and some mp3 samples are available. If you want to purchase the entire CD as an mp3 download, you can find it at various sites online, including: http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/newsonggroup2 and http://www.amazon.com/Gracenotes-Songs-P.... Hope this helps!
Not a question but an expression of gratitude. I am First Reader in a small church in Australia. We have no soloists so I need to choose a CD solo each week. I have many of yours. This will be of tremendous help. Thank you!
Thanks so much for contacting us! We appreciate your comment and are so happy that the CDs are helpful to you, and we wish you all the best at your church in Australia! Much love.
Hi Tom, thanks for your interest in Julia Wade and especially for your understanding of what she's all about! At the moment we are working on various new webinars which we hope will become DVDs in the future.
Please include solos for each week that use piano or organ as the accompaniment. Please make sure that the solos are solos and not duets. Thank you ... we appreciate seeing this each week. Sometimes times we love the voice but just one word in what is sung is just not right so cannot use it ... But we love the voice. Thank you Glad to communicate ... and I realize I have purchased the same song numerous times ... Wish I could see that prior to purchasing again ...
Hi Patricia...Are you referring to the weekly Solo Thought? If so, these solos are intended to accompany the weekly Bible Lesson, not necessarily to be used as solos in church. In any case, we're happy that you're enjoying them! Also, please contact email@example.com, and we'll sort out that problem about the multiple purchases for you.
Hi Leslie...no problem if you don't want to be on Facebook. We'll send you announcements about the new Solo Thought solos. You can sign up to receive them at watchfiremusic.fanbridge.com. However, if you're referring to the Composer Spotlight, you can receive it only if you purchase our solo research publication, Solo Thoughts. For more information, follow this link: http://watchfiremusic.com/solo_thoughts....
I don't have a question. I just want to share my joy at witnessing the expansion of your business of creating and selling outstandingly beautiful inspirational music. I thrill at watching your business expand since you moved on from soloist at The Mother Church. Your touching ALL of our Churches now!!
Thanks so much, Gayle...we appreciate your feedback!
Your email address is safe with Watchfire Music. By signing up to receive the Solo Thought of the Week, you will receive that weekly flyer, as well as flyers that pertain to music for Christian Science services. We do not spam, sell, or give away our emailing list. We keep it safe and protected.
Is it appropriate to forward your quarterly suggestions? My music committee has to select solos. We take turns by the month. I don't mind paying but I know it's not easy for some others on the committee. Bonnie
Bonnie -- if you buy a Solo Thoughts for your church, you are certainly welcome to print it and share it with your music committee and musicians. You are also free to email the pdf file to them for research use.
You are not allowed to share it with other churches and other individuals outside of your church.
Unlike sheet music, we do allow the sharing of this resource within your church music family. When you purchase our sheet music, you are licensed to make 2 copies only—one for the singer and one for the accompanist.
Thank you so much for asking this question!
p.s. Here is the link to the Solo Thoughts page:
And the link to our new Solo Thoughts Community on Facebook, where you can share ideas and pick up information about church music, copyrights, etc.:
Where, or can I, find a link to what a CS hymn sounds like, with vocal or just orchestra on Watchfire? I'm thinking of using #461 for Sunday School but have no idea what it sounds like. Thanks for your help! Corinne
Hi Corinne, if you have access to Concord, you can find this hymn in the hymnal on the program. It has words and playback on piano. This particular hymn is in the Hymnal Supplement.