Hi! I’m Jenny, and I love my life as wife and mom of four kids. Even though my family takes up most of my time, teaching, performing, writing, and even listening to music is still in me, and brings so much joy to me and my family.
My intent is to share the joy that I feel through my music. I hope you will feel my love for the Savior, Jesus Christ, through these arrangements.
I’d love to hear from you! Let me know which ones you like!
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That music arrangement for Primary today was beautiful. It would match anything the Tabernacle Choir could produce. I Know that My Redeemer Lives and I know Heavenly Father Loves Me. Thanks for sharing your talents.
Oh, I wish I could take credit for that! It was actually a song that was sung at the General Women’s Session a few years ago. It is a beautiful song!
I am in love with your arrangements! Especially ‘How Firm a Foundation’-such a powerful rendition of a much-loved song! You have a gift. Please keep writing and sharing!
Thank you! I really can feel the Spirit when I play and listen your arrangement of ´How Firm a Foundation´. Your arrangements are so beautiful!
Today, I sang Away in a Manger/In Humility Our Savior as a solo in church. It was so beautiful! I received so very many compliments as if I had written such a beautiful arrangement. THANK YOU!!
Hello Jenny, I just came upon your website tonight for the first time and I am loving your music! THANK YOU! I just ran through your version of “How Firm a Foundation” with my 17 year old daughter who would be the soloist on this song for Sacrament Meeting. It’s beautiful… GREAT job! It is a bit high for her and we’re wondering if you offer a lower key version???
I’ll try and get working on one soon!
Thanks for your beautiful arrangement of Love is Spoken Here / Families can be Together Forever. Two young men will be singing it for Mothers Day in Morrisville Ward, Philadelphia Stake.
So glad to hear! Good luck on the performance!
Jenny, I am the primary pianist in my ward in Florida. I love the medley you did for Father’s Day and we are planning to sing it this year. My favorite part is that they are not songs that you hear very often, at least for me. I was wondering if you could do one for Mother’s Day. I know you already have one, but like I said, I like doing songs that most people aren’t very familiar with. I would like to start with My Mother Dear, then Mother dear and end with Dearest Mother, I Love you. If it fits better to switch the songs around, no problem. Thank you for sharing your talents with us.
That’s a fun idea! I’ll see if I can get around to doing another one soon!
Samuel Marley here, a vocal performance major at BYU heading into the mission field this summer! Can’t wait to bring the people of Atlanta, Georgia the music that you have composed and performed the service of transposing! thank you so much!
– P.S My dad has known your mom for many, many years! She is lovely!
Thanks Samuel! Wishing you all the best with your mission!