Crown Him with Many Crowns 2012

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Info:
Words: Bridges, Thring
Music: George Elvey
Key: D major
Time Sig: 4/4
Tempo: 118 | up tempo
Tune: DIADEMATA
Meter: S.M.D.
CCLI #: 5253067
Verse: Revelation 19:12
Ideas:
Crown Him With Many Crowns 2012 is one of my first recordings with all-star session vocalists and guitarists from LA and Nashville.

I'm starting to write more "composed" parts for praise teams. I often hear praise teams get a little tired of just singing the melody and a few parts with the worship leader. Your vocalists will start out singing the melody on this arrangement, then break into a contrapuntal part midway through - all while a tenor worship leader or soloist sings the melody (give the soloist the lead sheet.)

I'm calling these "BGV" parts (background vocals) and the SAB choir also follows this format.

The SATB follows the traditional melody all the way through the song and can stand along (SATB is not a background part.)

Open your praise set with Crown Him and follow with other popular, upbeat praise songs in D:

Beautiful One / Hughes
Today Is the Day / Brewster, Baloche
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