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Simple Worship Volume 1
10 Choir and Congregational Arrangements for Unison and 2-Part Choirs

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About This Product
As churches and choirs continue to pursue a blended worship service, Lillenas Publishing noticed a need for easy-to-sing arrangements of popular worship songs for smaller churches that would bring the choir and congregation together uniting their voices in worship. We felt compelled to create a resource that would bring songs with spiritual truth but would also have dynamic arrangement that could be learned in one quick rehearsal.

The Excel Series is excited to introduce this new choral collection for Unison/2-Part Choirs entitled Simple Worship. These easy-to-learn arrangements have been developed by several of today s top arrangers. Cliff Duren, Christopher Phillips and Nick Robertson deliver the power and energy of the original Christian artist recordings, but with sensible unison/2-Part arrangements to make your choir sound better than ever.

Contents: Raise a Hallelujah; Who You Say I Am; Living Hope; My Feet Are on the Rock; Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise; Great Things; My Savior's Love; Open Up the Heavens; Holy Spirit; The Cross Has the Final Word

Skill Level: Easy
 
Voicing: Unison / 2-Part
Suggested Use: Adult Choral Collection; Collection for choir, congregation, and/or ensemble
Style: Multi-style
 

Companian Products
 
Book
$7.99
Listening CD
$12.99
Preview Pack, CD (Book & Demo Recording)
$12.00
Split-Channel Accomp CD
$98.99
Soprano Rehearsal Trax
$5.49
Alto Rehearsal Trax
$5.49
Tenor Rehearsal Trax
$5.49
Bass Rehearsal Trax
$5.49


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