Fourteen of our best-selling Easter hymns in their most commonly sung keys! Often joyous and celebratory, sometimes thoughtful and haunting, in a mix of contemporary and classical styles, these hymns are classics that can be used year-round. Each accompaniment background track comes with sheet music.<br><br>
A contemporary pop ballad arrangement of the Lenten hymn Christ the Life of All the Living, originally set to music in 1687. Features a delicate, lullaby-like piano and glock interlude, strings, and gentle rhythm. Perfect for Lent, Good Friday, and Easter, with themes of suffering, resurrection, crucifixion, and praise. This accompaniment track is three verses.
A contemporary arrangement of this Easter hymn, featuring guitars, organ, piano, bass, and drums. Direct, easy-to-understand lyrics and an easy melody to sing make this a great choice for a large Easter service.
A contemporary rock arrangement of this Easter hymn. Simple, upbeat arrangement featuring guitars and drums. Goes up a step for the last verse. The most common words, found in Baptist and Methodist hymnals are not displayed here due to licensing restrictions.
A dark orchestral version of this somber Holy Week hymn about the Easter story. Solo cello, viola, flute, and clarinet create a chamber music ambiance during the verses, and full orchestra shines in short interludes between verses.
An acoustic arrangement of this beautiful hymn about coming together in love, in a classical Appalachian style featuring string quartet, acoustic guitar, light percussion, and piano. Appropriate in any season, but perfect for Holy Week and Easter. Begins with a string quartet introduction; singing starts when the guitar enters.