A gentle acoustic version of this traditional hymn about depending on the cross. Perfect for Lent and Ash Wednesday. Piano, guitar, bass, viola, and light percussion in an arrangement that's easy to sing.
This famous civil rights anthem is fun to sing, with stirring, powerful lyrics. A rubato piano introduction for a soloist is followed by six uptempo verses for the congregation or choir, accompanied by a full band.
A traditional orchestra and organ arrangement of this classic hymn of gratitude and thanksgiving. Small range and moderate tempo makes it easy for congregational singing. The arrangement builds steam as it progresses, adding more orchestral instruments in each verse.
A contemporary praise band arrangement of the classic hymn, featuring acoustic guitar, drums, bass, and hammond organ. Great uplifting hymn about love, peace, equality, and community in Christ. Great for Easter, too!
A praise band recording of the song History Maker, written by Martin Smith of delirious?. Follows similar structure to the Deeper album version, although this version has been rewritten for live instruments. Great song about making difference in today's world through God. Used by permission, under license from HFA and EMI CMG.
Contemporary worship band arrangement of the popular praise and worship song How Great Is Our God, originally written and performed by Chris Tomlin. Builds through to the final chorus, and ends with a section for almost a capella singing or meditation. This version is lowered to G Major to assist with congregational singing.
An acoustic contemporary version of this simple, powerful spiritual about peace and love. The simple text and water metaphors make it deep but still approachable and meaningful for all ages. Acoustic guitar, piano, bass, drums, and organ, four verses.