Orchestral Arrangements

About

I wanted to showcase my skills as an Arranger and Orchestrator.

What is an Orchestrator?
An Orchestrator is a person who takes a piece or an idea and re-imagines it into an orchestral score. The Orchestrator is not necessarily the Composer of the piece.

What is an an Arranger?

Similar to an Orchestrator, they take a piece or an idea and adapt it for another ensemble or style. This is what I mostly do for the band at church in my role as the Pastor/Director of Music.

J.J. & S.D.G.
These are Latin acronyms used by composers such as Bach and Handel. J.J. stands for Jesus Juva, which means “Jesus help!” and S.D.G. stands for Soli Deo Gloria, which means “Glory to God alone”. I include these acronyms in my scores because like my favourite composers I wanted to dedicate each score to Jesus as well as share my faith 🙂

 

Orchestrations & Arrangements

Can’t Help Falling In Love

  • My arrangement

What It Is To Burn by Finch

  • My arrangement

I Will Always Return Soundtrack Version (End Title) – by Bryan Adams

  • My arrangement

Jesus Lover Of My Soul (It’s All About You) – by Paul Oakley

  • My arrangement

Majesty – by Delirious?

  • My arrangement

You Won’t Relent – by Misty Edwards

  • You Won’t Relent by Misty Edwards Arr. by Catherine Waithe-Arnold

 


Last Chance – by Honor By August

  • Last Chance – Orchestrated & Arr. by Catherine Waithe-Arnold

Meteor Shower – by Owl City

  • Meteor Shower – Orchestrated & Arr. by Catherine Waithe-Arnold

 

De pas sur la neige – by Debussy

  • De pas sur la neige – Orchestrated & Arr. by Catherine Waithe-Arnold

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Original Songs

Jesus I Worship You – by Catherine Waithe-Arnold

  • Jesus I Worship You – Original piece for Soprano Voice and Acoustic Guitar by Catherine Waithe-Arnold
  • Jesus I Worship You – Arrangement for Woodwind Quintet

 

 

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