A full choir arrangement to this classic primary song
A contrasting medley of a simple Christmas tune with a beloved sacrament hymn (SATBB)
A piano and violin duet featuring a peaceful classical song (*A 2007 LDS Church Music Submission Award Special Recognition Recipient)
A piano duet specifically written with an easy primo (top part) and harder secondo (bottom part). Simple enough for a budding pianist to perform at a baptism along side a more advanced player. (*A 2015 LDS Church Music Submission Award Special Recognition Recipient)
A reverent hymn for piano, violin, and cello
A thanksgiving medley of “Tis a Gift to be Simple” and “All Creatures of our God and King” for piano, violin, and cello
Another piano duet that features an easier primo and more advanced secondo. I intended for this piece to have an “anticipation” feel as we wait for His second coming, as well as a sense of wonder of what it will be like.
A flowing arrangement for this typically “march-like” hymn
Children’s Music (Primary)
An original song that helps children understand the importance of sharing their light with others, especially the light of Jesus Christ.
A medley of two songs about the family. There is an option to have the congregation join in at the end if performing for the primary program. Also, the original versions ends in G flat major with some big chords. If that many flats and chords give you anxiety, click on the simplified version.
A simple medley of “Dearest Names”, “My Dad”, and “Fathers” (from the LDS Primary Songbook)
A unique but easy medley of “Mother, Tell Me the Story”, “Love is Spoken Here”, and “Families Can Be Together Forever” (from the LDS Primary Songbook)
A “round” of sorts, these three hymns/primary song about light are perfect for girls camp. Accompaniment is written for ukulele, but could be easily adapted for the guitar.
A deluxe “accompaniment” to be performed with the congregation. Score includes piano, flute, clarinet, and oboe, as well as the option for a soloist. Great to use in large gatherings of women, such as ward and stake women’s events and workshops.