All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name

listen: POP

listen: ORC

Info:
Words: Edward Perronet
Music: Oliver Holden
Key: E major
Time Sig: 4/4
Tempo: 116 | up tempo
Tune: CORONATION
Meter: C.M. with repeats
CCLI #: 5252336
Verse: Philippians 2:9-11
Ideas:
01.08.21: All Hail the Power has been remixed with updated SATB, SAB, synth strings and instrumental parts and new tracks and multitracks.

All Hail the Power was the very first HymnCharts arrangement I created back in 2002! Since then I've updated the arrangement by removing the key change (who changes keys anymore?!) and adding several different recordings to demonstrate how my arrangements can fit any style of worship ministry. All Hail the Power makes a good call to worship and a way to start an upbeat praise set. The melody is in a mid range which makes it easier to sing - it acts like a vocal warm-up for your congregation on an early morning.

All Hail the Power is also a good example of how a hymn can be transposed a few steps down for a female worship leader and up a few steps for a male worship leader. In this case, E major suits a girl better and G fits a guy.

Follow it with other popular praise songs:

In E major:
Open the Eyes of My Heart / Baloche
Sing Sing Sing / Tomlin
Sing to the King / Foote

In G major:
Your Grace Is Enough / Maher
You Are Holy / Imboden
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Instruments mp3s are the arrangements played one time through with just piano and instrumental parts to give you an idea of the orchestration. In the early days of hymncharts before I made vocal recordings I had created these instruments mp3s as a quick demo. Since I now create both a POP and an ORC (orchestrated) mix I no longer make instrumental mp3s for newer arrangements.
MP3 Problems?
Several subscribers have had problems downloading MP3s. Here are the 2 most typical problems and solutions:

1. How do I download the MP3s? MP3s and (if available) multitrack WAV downloads are found under the "tracks" tab. You can download these MP3s (or any files) to your computer by RIGHT clicking the button, then a little box will pop up with options. Select something like "save as"or "save link as" to manually save the MP3s to your computer where you can then burn a CD, email it to your praise team or upload it to a worship planning website.

2. The MP3 won't play in iTunes (or other media player.) All HymnCharts MP3s are free from ALL copy protection and can be used any way you want. Some people are clicking the MP3 button dragging it to iTunes or another media player. This won't work (you're actually just dragging the image file of the button!) Download the MP3 using the instructions above, then you can access it through your media player.
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