This collection of 5 more of our best Southern Gospel harmonies will get toes tappin', hands clappin' and spirits lifted. Arranged by folks like Camp Kirkland, Kris Crunk, and Stan Pethel, these tunes are upbeat and fun to sing.
With an easy feel, Dennis Allen's arrangement of the beloved hymn will bring a light Southern gospel flavor to your next worship service. Ready to sing with one rehearsal! Arranged for SATB choir/ensemble (with optional solo), this piece could work well in any worship settings.
A stirring 4-part (TTBB) Southern/inspirational anthem for men's ensemble or choir that celebrates the love that kept Christ on the Cross on our behalf. Works well in blended and contemporary settings. From the Georgia-based group, Sounds of Jericho. (www.soundsofjericho.com)
With nostalgic lyrics and heavenly harmonies, this brand new 4-part (TTBB), a cappella, southern gospel-flavored masterpiece ministers eternal peace and rest. Made popular by the Georgia-based group, Sounds of Jericho. (www.soundsofjericho.com)
From the Gold City quartet, an expressive, southern-styled rendition of the classic hymn for a soloist with a mixed ensemble or men's quartet. A flexible piece, this arrangement could work well in traditional, blended, and contemporary worship settings.
From the award-winning Southern Gospel quartet Gold City, this upbeat, swelling, inspirational arrangement of the classic hymn is sure to brighten any worship service. Adapted for soloist and men's choir or ensemble, the setting of this hymn would work well in blended and contemporary services.
From the award-winning Southern Gospel quartet Gold City, this country flavored arrangement of the classic hymn is sure to brighten any worship service. Adapted for men's quartet or choir, this piece would work well in blended and contemporary settings.