For the past 25 years, Marty has presented hundreds of workshops and concerts across North and Central America, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific Rim. He has over 30 recordings and more than 400 separate printed editions available through GIA Publications and other publishers. He has a number of published mass settings for Roman Catholic communities, including Mass of Creation, and several communion settings for Lutheran congregations, including Unfailing Light (with Pastor Susan Briehl) and Now the Feast and Celebration, as well as a communion setting for the new Evangelical Worship Book (ELW-Augsburg Fortress).
Marty has served as an editor or consultant to a number of GIA hymnals and has been a contributor to hymnals or supplements for many denominational groups including the ELCA and ELCIC (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America and Canada), the United Methodist Church, the Mennonite Brethren, the United Church of Christ, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the United Church of Canada, the Church of England, the Church of Scotland, and Roman Catholic groups in Great Britain, Canada, Ireland, and Australia.
Faithful and Prophetic Ministry - Sacred MusicThis presentation looks at the future of liturgical prayer. It especially focuses on the role of the liturgical minister as both faithful servant of a living liturgical tradition and prophetic voice of challenge to the Christian community.
Music's Place within the Eucharistic Celebration - Sacred MusicThis workshop and reading session explores the nature of ritual music-what is it, how can it be evaluated, how can ministers choose and present it most effectively within community prayer? Musical examples will be used to demonstrate a variety of creative methods. (The reading session portion of the workshop can be tailored to offer resources for one or more specific seasons of the liturgical year.)
Music from and for the World Church - Sacred MusicThe paschal mystery is truly revealed only when all Christians embrace their unity in Christ expressed through their unique cultural expressions. This workshop and reading session provides a rationale for the inclusion of a multitude of cultural expressions. It also offers suggestions on how elements of inculturation can best be introduced into a community and gives all present a chance to sing and experience a variety of good musical resources from the world church.
Ritual Music for the Rites - Sacred MusicHow does music best serve the various rites of Christian celebration? This workshop and reading session explores the role and presentation of music within the rites of initiation, weddings, and funerals.
The Mechanics of Parish Music - Sacred MusicThis workshop is about the "ins" and "outs" of leadership in a parish music program: recruiting and formation of ministers, training of cantors, rehearsals for groups and assemblies, teaching new music, working with instrumental and vocal ensembles, choosing or preparing worship aids. It is normally preceded by a presentation that establishes the principles of music ministry (such as "Faithful and Prophetic Ministry").
- That You May Have Life - Assembly edition, Year A
- Up from the Waters
- Be with Me
- Easter Alleluia
- Song over the Waters
- Triduum Hymn
- Song at the Empty Tomb
- Up from the Waters
- In the Cross of Christ
- Be Merciful, O Lord
- That You May Have Life: Passion acc. to John—NRSV
- That You May Have Life: Passion acc. to John—NAB
- For God So Loved the World
- That You May Have Life - Full Score
- That You May Have Life - Choir Edition
- That You May Have Life - Solo Edition
- That You May Have Life - Guitar Edition
- That You May Have Life - Keyboard Edition
- In the Cross of Christ - Instrumental Part
- That You May Have Life - Woodwinds
- That You May Have Life - String Quartet
- Up From the Waters
- That You May Have Life
- That You May Have Life - Liturgy for Lent, Years B and C
- That You May Have Life Assembly Edition
- For God So Loved the World - Instrument Parts | Download Edition
- For God So Loved the World - Guitar | Download Edition