Hallowed Manger Ground is an arrangement of Chris Tomlinís Christmas song of the same name which has grown in popularity in recent years. Woven throughout the melody of this contemporary carol are references to traditional carols such as Away in a Manger, The First Noel and O Come Let Us Adore Him. The scene of a starry, first Christmas night is set from the start before building to a climax of praise and adoration, as depicted in the lyrics, eventually returning to the manger setting to finish the piece.

Sam Creamer has become an established arranger with works published in the Australian and International Salvation Army band journals. This is his second contribution to the Maple Leaf Brass journal. In addition, many of his works have been recorded by numerous staff, fellowship and corps bands around the world. Sam is a soldier at Carindale Corps in Brisbane, Australia, where he serves as a bandsman and contemporary music team member. His musical skills are proficient as a drummer/percussionist with high qualifications on drum kit acknowledged by the Australian Music and Examinations Board. He also has sound knowledge and experience with brass, saxophone and rhythm section instruments. In his spare time, Sam also serves as the Musical Director for the Salvation Army based Revelation Big Band in Brisbane.

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