Meet CPH Composer Jacob B. Weber

By Anna Johnson on May 29, 2018 9:00:00 AM

Composer Jacob B. Weber began his musical journey as a piano student in first grade. He later studied church music and organ at Bethany Lutheran College and completed the master of church music degree at Concordia University Wisconsin. He was the kantor at Emmanuel Lutheran Church and School in Dearborn, Michigan, where he planned worship, played organ, led ensembles, and taught music at the K–8 school. Now, Jacob is the associate editor of music/worship at Concordia Publishing House. Jacob has published more than thirty works with CPH Music, including four new pieces this year. Get to know him by reading our interview with him below.

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Product of the Month: Why Do You Peer into the Skies?

By Mark Knickelbein on Apr 3, 2018 9:00:00 AM

“Why Do You Peer into the Skies?” features brilliant work by two skilled artists—writer Lisa M. Clark and composer Jacob B. Weber. The text and tune tie very closely to Scriptural accounts of Jesus’ ascension, working together to share the message of God’s salvation and what His Son’s ascension means for us even today.

Topics: Choral Weber Clark
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Composing the Festival Settings of Luther’s Divine Service

By Mark Knickelbein on Jul 5, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Last week, we interviewed composers Jonathan Kohrs and Jacob Weber and asked about their work on the new Festival Settings of Luther's Divine Service. Professor Kohrs teaches music courses at Concordia University Chicago, and Weber serves as Kantor at Emmanuel Lutheran Church and School in Dearborn, MI.

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