Available Sheet Music

Be Still My Soul (in E)
3.50

The haunting melody of Jean Sibelius and the rich lyrics of Katharina von Shlegel are masterfully arranged by award-winning composer Kurt Bestor. This arrangement for piano vocal (+ opt. cello solo) is found on the popular album by David Archuleta "Begin."

[good key for sopranos & tenors]

Prayer of the Children
3.50

Kurt Bestor's best-selling worldwide choir piece is now available for solo vocal and piano. This song has been sung by thousands of choirs around the globe and used to commemorate such emotional events as the "9/11 Commemoration", the "Columbine Memorial Concert," and myriads of other causes. Its heartfelt plea for "silence in a troubled world" will resonate with any audience. 

Olive Tree
3.50

A song composed for a movie about the biblical "Olive Tree Allegory." The song, though quite simple to sing is effective in it's simplicity and message - especially when performed by three female voices.

 

 

The Curse
3.50

A song composed by Kurt Bestor and Sam Cardon with lyrics by Michael McLean, this song is sung by the character Ribaldi in the movie Rigoletto.
(Sung by Joseph Paur)

Let Me In
3.50

This song, which is the theme song from the family movie "Rigoletto" speaks of a young girl's dream of having someone to love. Her plea of "Won't someone let me in" establishes the motif of the movie.

 

The Melody Within
3.50

This song, one of several found in the popular family movie Rigoletto, is sung by the heroine Bonnie in the movie and speaks of finding the answers to her troubles within herself.

Where in the World is Christmas?
3.50

In a troubled world, many ask the question, "Where is world is Christmas?" This song asks and answers that question in a memorable pop-tinged tune.

A Mother's Christmas Lullaby
3.50

A touching Christmas Carol for solo voice and piano that celebrates the endless love that  three special mothers have for their sons - the little shepherd boy, the little drummer boy, and the newborn Savior.

Carol of the Lights
3.50

"Carol of the Lights" - an original carol by Emmy-award-winning and Grammy-nominated composer/performer Kurt Bestor - this song uses the metaphor of lights to highlight a city bedecked in holiday lights and the lights illuminating the Christmas Tree, to the original star light shining upon the Newborn King.

Carol for a Yuletide Eve
3.50

An uptempo caroling song that depicts the traditions of an "Olde Englishe Yule" - from hidden coins in Christmas pudding, boar's head bedecked in bays and rosemary, and the blushing maiden beneath the mistletoe. It's a song that you transport you and the audience back to "Christmas's Past."

Carol of the Angels
3.50

A beautiful carol that reminds us of the sweet and pure message of "Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men" that the angels sing to a troubled world - if only we will listen.

Bell Carol
3.50

An original carol that celebrates the joyous sound of Christmas Bells and the message of holiday joy they ring.

Comes a Christmas Morn
3.50

This original carol, though composed in 2006, sounds more like it was written in the early Renaissance. With lyrics that retell the Christmas story of shepherds, Wise Men, and the little Christ child, the infectious melody is sure to become a favorite holiday carol.

Coming Home
3.50

An intensely personal Christmas carol written by Kurt Bestor during a particularly lonely holiday for him. With a slightly singer-writer Americana style, the song traces a solitary sojourner as he arrives home and wonders it there is a gift for him.

The Peace Carol
3.50

This original carol asks the question, "Will there be peace on earth...this Christmas morning?" Using the word "peace" in 8 languages (English, Russian, Spanish, Israeli, Arabic, Japanese, German, and French) makes this a unique and effective way to communicate the message.

On Angel Wing
3.50

An uptempo and joyous carol, this song captures the exhilaration as multitudes of angels are encouraged to flood all corners the earth, singing aloud His Christmas message of "peace on earth, good will to me!"

Ther is No Ros of Swych Vertu
3.50

This carol is a new composition based on ancient lyrics. Though they are written in Olde Englishe, the message of the birth of the Christ Child is very easy to understand.

Carol for a Yuletide Eve
3.50

An uptempo caroling song that depicts the traditions of an "Olde Englishe Yule" - from hidden coins in Christmas pudding, boar's head bedecked in bays and rosemary, and the blushing maiden beneath the mistletoe. It's a song that you transport you and the audience back to "Christmas's Past."

Savior, Shepherd, & King
3.50

This carol imagines three separate characters, all anticipating the birth of the Christ child - a little shepherd boy, one of the Three Wise Men, and a contemporary troubled soul. Though each seemingly seeks a different person - a shepherd, a king, and a savior - they each discover the Newborn Christ Child embodies all three.

He Who Crafted the Earth
3.50

This original carol has a mystical sound that hearkens to a Renaissance style. With lyrics and melody that are mystically beautiful, it's a good piece to transport the listener back to that first Christmas morning.

 

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