New Arrangement: There Is a Fountain

5 July 2014
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New Arrangements
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My new arrangement of There Is a Fountain is what I call a “bread and butter” arrangement: it’s a well-known, upbeat hymn you’ll probably use more often.

Sometimes I’ll go all-out and create different mixes of a B&B hymn to demonstrate how flexible HymnCharts arrangements are, and how they can fit different worship ministry styles.

LISTEN There Is a Fountain vocal demo
The main vocal demo mix is the style of most contemporary churches: a male worship leader with a 3 part vocal praise team. It’s guitar driven but still has a keyboard and synth strings.

LISTEN modern mix
The modern mix has a male worship leader with a single female background vocal and is guitar driven. There are no strings or piano, and a synth lead plays the top note of the synth string part on the intro, midtros and the final chorus. It’s in a higher key to accommodate the male worship leader who’s typically a tenor.

LISTEN orchestra mix
The orchestra mix is piano driven with instrumental parts.

Read about how you can use There Is a Fountain in a praise set with the popular praise song Mighty to Save.

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