An accompaniment of the classic gospel hymn, featuring piano, electric keyboard and strings. One verse and two choruses, with lots of room for soloists to show their stuff. This is an original arrangement, but close enough to many popular arrangements to be easy to follow.
Sometimes called “Up Over My Head”, this simple, powerful gospel tune was made famous by Sister Rosetta Tharpe. During the civil rights era it became a protest song by substituting the words “freedom” and “justice” for “music”. This traditional gospel arrangement featuring piano and church organ is perfect for a soloist, a choir, or both! Choirs behind a soloist can echo the first three lines of each verse immediately after the soloist for instant easy harmony, and sing the last line with the soloist in unison. Verse four goes up a whole step for dramatic effect, and slows down at the end for a big finish.
An upbeat gospel accompaniment to this spiritual, perfect for Easter or any time of year. Piano, upright bass, and drums. One verse by the band as an introduction, and then three verses for the choir or soloist.
This famous civil rights anthem is fun to sing, with stirring, powerful lyrics. A rubato piano introduction for a soloist is followed by six uptempo verses for the congregation or choir, accompanied by a full band.
Gospel-style arrangement of the traditional hymn, Amazing Grace. Rewritten in 4/4 time, this version is soulful and jazzy, this backing track is perfect for solo performance. Piano, bass, and drums. Guide vocal track recorded in F Major.
A gospel backing track of the popular spiritual Precious Lord, Take My Hand by Thomas Dorsey. Four verses (three with a recap of the first) in 3/4 time. Very soulful and prayerful, asking for God’s protection throughout the various stages and trials of life. Perfect for worship.