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James G. Lambert • Author/Composer

Posted on Mar 2, 2020 in Authors

James G. Lambert — was a playwright, lyricist and composer as well as a director and actor. He was active in theatrical enterprises wherever he lived. His wife, Elizabeth Lambert, survives him and lives in Provo, Utah. His children Julia Lambert Grogan, James D. Lambert and Christian Lambert have settled in various places around the country. In 2011 we lost a great man, husband, father, friend and, in addition, I lost a collaborator when Jim died.         SONGS: A Shining Star — SATB Christmas Is Coming — SOLO Christmas Is Coming –– SATB (with children’s voices) The Lord’s Prayer — SATB The Beatitudes — SATB (COMING) He also has songs represented in the Christmas For The Choir Sampler book Jim also has AUTHORED MUSICALS (listed alphabetically) The Angel and the Rebel (unpublished) Curses, Foiled Again! (at...

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Richard Danley • Composer/Arranger

Posted on Dec 30, 2019 in Authors

Richard Danley • A native of Washington DC, Richard graduated from Lipscomb University in  Nashville TN.  After working at  some of the most prestigious hotels in Washington he moved to New York  City where he promptly became music director for The Festival of  Singing Soap Opera Stars.  With Kim Zimmer of GUIDING LIGHT he was  featured in Broadway and Barbershop in `90 and `91 productions at  Carnegie Hall. In Geneva Switzerland he was music director for ’91 and ’95 revues  of The Best of Broadway for the TELCOM convention.  He has appeared on the soap operas Guiding Light and As the World Turns.  And he was the founder and conductor of the WestSide Chorale of NYC. Among the notables he has worked with include:  Kitty Carlisle Hart, Pat Boone,  Julie Wilson, Michael Tilson-Thomas,  and Broadway stars Lea Salonga, Brian...

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James Aulenbach

Posted on Mar 29, 2013 in Authors

One of the premiere musicians of Nova Scotia, James has created many original songs and choral adaptations of classic Christmas Songs. He has played for many musical events, theatre productions and vocal concerts, both solo and choir. He has arranged for many groups and won many awards with his arrangements. We are pleased to offer even a few of his wonderful music pieces. Away In A Manger (SATB + Congregation) Amazing Grace (PIANO SOLO) Amazing Grace (SATB) Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella (SAB) By Faith All Things Are Fulfilled (SATB) Christmas Angel (double melody with Silent Night) (SATB) Here We Become As One (a wedding SOLO/DUET) Little David, Play On Your Harp (SAB) Stille Nacht/Silent Night (SAB) What Child Is This? (SA) What Child Is This? (SATB) Jim died on June 28, 2017. He is missed by hosts of...

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C. Michael Perry

Posted on Mar 15, 2013 in Authors

Be Sure to visit c.michaelperry.com for more information.   C. Michael Perry – was born in Colorado and raised in Chicago. He found the theatre in High School and has made a living in theatre, film and television since then. He has worked major network television shows, including the original Donny and Marie Show for ABC, and many commercials, and several Shows for PBS and ABC, along with two independent films. As an Actor/Performer he has played in front of live audiences from Chicago to Utah to Canada to Germany and Italy in various plays and musicals. He has received acting awards for his many leading and supporting roles. He has served as Director for over 40 shows on the Community, Educational and Professional level. As a Choreographer he has prepared over 50 productions. His Musical Direction and Vocal...

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Lindy Kerby

Posted on Mar 15, 2013 in Authors

There is something about a song that speaks to my soul. It happens when I hear a beautiful emotional melody, or a lyric that captures exactly the way I am feeling at the present time. As a composer, I’ve had the opportunity to feel this connection almost every time I sit down to the piano. I play my own songs, as an outward expression of what I’m feeling at the time. When I am sad, I play my sad songs. When I’m happy, I play my happy songs. When I am going through difficult trials, I remind myself of what I’ve learned by playing songs that I’ve written about life, hope, and that God is always there for me. I’ve shared sheet music for several of my piano and less personal songs, on my Kerby Music website. It makes...

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