1343: March - Spreading the Word (Ian Clarke)
This lively march features the songs Look, ye saints! the sight is glorious (S.A.S.B. 227), When we walk with the Lord (S.A.S.B. 690), I want to tell what God has done (S.A.S.B. 852), and makes reference to the old chorus When I remember that he died for me I'll never go back any more.
1344: Prelude on 'Anástasis' (Sam Creamer)
The Greek word anástasis translates to resurrection and particularly refers to the resurrection of Jesus Christ. The popular worship song O praise the name (Anástasis) forms the basis of this prelude. While the theme of this work is most applicable for Easter use, it could well find its place in programme and worship repertoire all year round.
1345: Flugel Solo - The old rugged cross (Eiliv Herikstad)
This Flugel Horn Solo (also playable by Cornet) includes chords on the soloist part so that the soloist can have improvisational freedom, or can play the written out solo.
1346: March - Showers of blessing (Zachary Docter)
This energetic march uses Gary Rose's melody Showers of blessing (STTL Vol.24, Pt.1).