|April 30, 2014
by Don Chapman
Helping you combine hymns with contemporary
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I recently got around to finally recording
this hymn. Actually, I'd classify it more
as a Gospel song - it's a little more pop/folky
than a traditional hymn (although you'll
still find it in a hymnal.) I thought it
was probably written in the early 20th century,
but no - it was composed in 1866, so it's
as old as many classically-based hymns.
I've revised the 3 part vocals and SAB choir
to be a background vocal part for a male
worship leader, while the SATB retains the
full melody. Transposed chord charts have
also been added.
Sometimes guitar parts can get
the mix. For this arrangement
a "guitar spotlight"
MP3 that has
a louder electric on the left
and a louder
acoustic on the right so your
can hear their parts more clearly.
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