A simple and straight-forward interpretation of the familiar hymn, but with an atmospheric, contemporary touch, this piece is equally suited to both congregational singing and soloist with a small band.
An earnest song of hope and comfort, Making Room begins with a sparse and ambient feel, then crescendos into a lush expression of expectancy. This piece is well-suited to a contemporary worship service, and is as easily lead by a solo vocalist as by a praise & worship band.
This piano-driven piece starts as a ballad and grows into an anthem. It is perfectly suited to any praise & worship setting and has room for soloist, pianist, small band, and vocal ensemble alike. This piece is also an excellent choice for Christmas!
"Shepherd" is a triumphant-sounding, anthemic interpretation of the 23rd Psalm, from Willamette Music. A versatile praise & worship-style song, it can be performed in a full-band setting like the recording, but would be no less stirring, stripped down with an acoustic guitar or piano.
Luke Gambill's arrangement of the classic hymn feels both timeless and fresh. Featuring the same familiar melody and lyrics, but adding a soloist with choral backing and an understated worship band feel, it's a piece equally suited to both performance and congregational worship.
A steady and stirring rendition of the enduring hymn. With the same thoughtful lyrics and familiar melody, and the addition of a contemporary chorus, this arrangement is equally engaging as a congregational song in a blended worship service and as a solo or small band performance.