Video: Principles of Songwriting with Paul Baloche
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Cardophonia recently posted their top ten opening songs. The four hymns are below, check out the retunes and modern songs here.
1. Praise to the Lord (Redemption Hill Arr.)
We love this 4/4 driving arrangement from Redemption Hill, Richmond. We don’t always use the extra bits but the overall feel is great.
2. All Creatures of Our God and King (Traditional)
A great call to worship to song reflecting the call of the psalm 117.
3. Be Thou My King (Rend Collective Arr.)
Like ‘Praise to the Lord’ above taking Be Thou Vision and giving it a driving 4/4 rhythm makes it a great opening song calling us to return our ‘vision’ to the Lord. We keep the old words but the Rent Collective arr. inspired us.
4. O Worship the King (trad)
A clear call to worship that establishes our relationship in song. God as our King and his people as feeble and frail needing his mercy and strength. Helps to give the song more of a rolling 6/8 feel.
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