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     This is a simple, mellow version of this classic worship song. This arrangement never builds too big, so it would be perfect during offertory or one of those more contemplative times during the service.

     If the pastor is looking for an introspective time to set-up his message (he wants to come into the sermon in a ‘down’ sort of way for whatever reason, this would be a great way to do just that.

     This arrangement is in the key of D

Instrumentation Descriptions:

Acoustic and Electric Guitar are both straight ahead strumming on this tune. This will be a pretty easy tune for the guitar players to pick-up on.

Piano/Keys are optional on this arrangement. There is no piano part, but the piano player could play from the rhythm chart if they want to play. This arrangement really is more of a guitar strumming song, so it is fine for the piano player not to play. If they want to play, tell them to play sparsely (more simple fills and lines, not a busy piano 2 handed part).

This is a simple worship ballad for the drummer. He should play the whole song on brushes, and never get louder than a mf (mezzo forte).

This is a simple song for bass. There are not a lot of ‘busy’ notes in this one and even beginning bass players will be able to play this arrangement. A written out bass part with chords is provided (‘could’ use synth bass if you don’t have a live one).

Horn Section:
A simple worship ballad that never gets too loud. This will not be a chop killer for the brass, isn’t high, and sounds great. On a day where there are tons of big songs for the horns, this would be a great feature as it’s not too taxing for them. Tell them that is why you picked this song that day and they will absolutely love that you understand them.

Instrumentation is: 2 trumpets, alto sax, tenor sax, 2 trombones and rhythm section. A written out piano part AND bass part are provided with this arrangement. For copyright reasons, this arrangement can only be shipped (no download/email).

     In this series, there is a congregational version for every arrangement included as well (lead vocal line will tell you how to lead the congregation). Use the instrumental feature version as an opener to the service and then use the congregational version during the worship service. That is the great thing about this series of arrangements: An instrumental AND a congregational version of every arrangement for just the price of the instrumental version!

     All arrangements are $40 each, which includes the Full Instrumental Feature version AND the Congregational Version.