By Logan Martell
The Royal School of Church Music has just announced the launch of “Hympact!” a subscription-based digital resource for primary schools and churches.
The platform will provide hymns and liturgical music to serve as a bridge between the hymnal programs in schools to the range of works traditionally performed in church.
Subscribers will be able to access features such as hymns and songs for numerous occasions, lyric videos with full orchestration, performance and instrumental tracks to practice alongside, PowerPoint Slides, and sheet music for multiple versions of songs.
Founded in 1927 by Sir Sydney Nicholson, the RSCM is a Salisbury-based, independent charity which is dedicated to the support and advancement of church music. The RSCM supports thousands of affiliated churches in the UK and across the globe in their mission, as well as numerous schools and individual members, and is itself sustained by thousands of Friends, Regular Givers, and other donors.