If modern worship songs were recorded in the 1980’s, what would they sound like? Would there be influences of Boston, Journey, Phil Collins/Genesis and other groups in the sound?
I think so.
Here is our version of 10,000 Reasons, the popular worship song by Jonas Myris and Matt Redman. This is arranged as an 80’s pop ballad feel (with horns of course!)
Many modern churches, through inception or adaptation, are utilizing a rhythm driven style of music. What I have tried to do through AnderKamp Music’s ‘Horns & Rhythm’ series is to create arrangements that are based around the modern rhythm section BUT that also feature a horn section. My purpose is intentional…to give more instrumentalists the opportunity to use their gifts to glorify God.
Rhythm Section (includes rhythm chord chart, written out Piano/Keys/Synth AND written out Bass parts)
Additional parts (NOT substitution parts):
Flute 1 & 2
Clarinet 1 & 2
Violin 1 & 2
Each arrangement is recorded with 2 trumpets, 2 saxes, 2 trombones and rhythm section. The additional parts are included for woodwinds and strings to add a sort of ‘rock orchestra’ feel to the arrangements. We’ve provided those parts to allow even more folks the opportunity to use their gifts.
This product is available as a download only. Order below and download the music today!