We have provided access to the many worship songs and hymns which Michael has written over the years and which are no longer in print by Worship Time Music. All the songs and hymns are copyright but you may download both the MP3 and pdf files of the musical scores and use them in public worship free of charge if you kindly agree to: * acknowledge their source and copyright if you reproduce the words or music on a hymn sheet, order of service, OHT or computer file: * include any hymns or songs used in your next CCLE Copy Report if your church has a copy licence from CCLI: * notify Michael by e-mail of the hymns and songs you are using.
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1. Christian Worship Songs for use in Church
Son of God Lord
See His Body’s Broken
2. Worship Songs for use in Collective Worship in Schools and in All Age Worship in Church
Praise the Lord
3. Settings of Psalms and Canticles for use in Adult Christian Worship
Christ Be With Me
Rejoice, My Soul
Lord I Have Watched
This Is the Day
4. Christian Songs and Settings for All Age Worship
Gloria in Excelsis
5. Carols and Songs for Christmas
The Crib Carol
Last uns singen!
6. Modern Christian Hymns for Congregational Singing
A Pilgrim People
‘Happy Birthday, Infant King’ These six songs are from a Play for Christmas with New Songs from around the World by Michael Grimmitt and Astrid Jeske.
The Lord at first did Adam make
The Lord at first did Adam make (Written for use after the first reading of the Christmas Service of Nine Lessons and Carols as an easier alternative to Ord’s or Warlock’s ‘Adam lay ybounden’ or ‘This is the Truth sent from above’. Three further verses from the traditional English carol are available).
Lost and Found
St Patrick’s Song
The Lord Looks
Just as the Hart
Feed the People
Nursery Rhyme Mass The first four songs are arranged from traditional melodies. Nursery rhymes are timeless: their melodies bridge the gap between young and old.
Dottie and Buzz Michael was commissioned to write a series of songs for the Culham Institute's material for the Early Years Foundation Stage to provide guidance for those who teach/care for children from birth to the end of the academic year in which the child reaches the age of five. To visit the Dottie and Buzz website click opposite