Outstanding. It's a score, so it's not a collection of songs. But I think you will love it and love working to it. Beautiful.
Getting Big Projects Done: Best Practices from Successful Writers from Unclutterer
Break things into bite-sized pieces and create daily habits
"How to Discourage Artists in the Church" by Phil Ryken - This is from 2013, but I read it again and it's so helpful. Here's one point (remember, this is the wrong thing to do)...
"Demand artists to give answers in their work, not raise questions. Mark Lewis says, "Makecertain that your piece (or artifact or performance) makes incisive theological or moral points, and doesn't stray into territory about which you are unresolved or in any way unclear. (Clear answers are of course more valuable than questions)." Do not allow for ambiguity, or for varied responses to art. Demand art to communicate in the same way to everyone."
These two pieces at The Gospel Coalition give helpful, scholarly, theological and experiential reasons for their views.
"Watch the full six-minute video to see [Darrin Patrick, Paul Tripp, & Voddie Baucham] discuss isolation, broken trust, pastors as body parts, and more."