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MP3s for Easy Christmas Hymns Songbook

NOTE: These songs are all part of the public domain, which is why we were able to make arrangements for them. Thanks for your Easy Christmas Hymns songbook purchase! I hope you love the variety of arrangements to go with your current skill level. Below are the links to download MP3s for each song. **If you haven't purchased the songbook yet, give it a look . It contains three different versions of each song, so you can find one just right for your skill level. It also makes a great gift or a nice songbook to keep in the YW or YM rooms for anyone who wants to accompany but isn't ready for the hymnbook yet. MP3 Downloads to Go with Your Purchase Download any or all to go with your Christmas book purchase! Play along with the pianist, and you'll make sure you're keeping up with the tempo correctly. It's great practice to make sure you stay on beat and play the correct notes. (You'll probably notice if the notes clash somewhere, which will alert you that you've

Love One Another - Arrangement

Thanks for your interest in my arrangement! This arrangement is SAB, although it does have sections where the men split into Tenor and Bass, so I guess I could have labeled it SATB or SAB. It's half and half!

I wanted this arrangement to focus on the message of the song and really call attention to concepts we may gloss over after hearing it so often. I hope your choir benefits from it. Sign up to get a free copy below.

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Love One Another / As I Have Loved You Arrangement Snapshot of Free Sheet Music

Quick Facts About This Song

  • Title: "Love One Another" (also known as "As I Have Loved You")
  • Topic: Loving as the Savior did
  • Arrangement: SAB (Soprano, Alto, Bass/Men); arrangement copyright 2017 Stacey Oakes
  • Tags: SAB, Arrangement
  • Intent: To focus singers and congregation on the original message of the song (since many of us have heard it so often that it has lost some of its meaning)
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How the "Love One Another" Arrangement Happened

During a time when I was our ward's primary chorister, we sang "Love One Another" pretty regularly, and I have always loved it.  One day, I was at home and must have had this song going through my head. I started hearing another potential part, and I really liked it. I had to write it down. For several years, the arrangement remained unfinished, although I would play it for my personal enjoyment.

After a few years, I started working on some of the other parts, and I went through many variations, from SSA to SATB and even an ST version.  Through the years, my take on those parts (especially the men's) has changed a little, but the original intent remains: to help people focus on the real message of loving each person and showing that love. I settled on the SAB version for now. If you need a different arrangement, let me know and I'll try to dig one up.

A Bit of Trivia: "Love One Another" was the first song I ever arranged, outside of my own songwriting.  I hope you enjoy it!

Other songs or arrangements you may be interested in:

Hallelujah (The Bright New Star)
YW of Covenant (Ruth and Esther Theme Song)


  1. Thank you 😊 I'm looking forward to sharing this with my choir! It looks like an amazing arrangement!


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