The latest rage in worship music (Bethel, Hillsong, etc.) is loooong songs that can last as long as 6 minutes! Clocking in at almost 6 minutes is my new arrangement of O Come All Ye Faithful (Adore.)
It’s almost like a mini-praise set. This modern Christmas arrangement starts out with a moody minor key piano riff (similar to Bethel Worship in style) slowy ramps up to a powerful, climactic bridge (“Come and adore the Lord…”) then finishes with a few sparse vertical (singing TO the Lord) choruses.
Try using O Come All Ye Faithful (Adore) in that slot during your offering right before the message – in a typical contemporary worship service it might look like this:
- praise set (3-4 songs)
- offering: O Come All Ye Faithful (Adore)
I’ve arranged O Come All Ye Faithful (Adore) specifically for a female (alto) worship leader in the lower key of D major. It’s low enough for an alto yet still singable for your congregation. If it still seems a little low use Finale software to transpose up to E or F.
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