Try using Away in a Manger (Lullabye) in your Christmas Eve service as special music right before the sermon. It’ll work especially well just like you hear in the demo: a female lead with male background vocal. Because of the high tenor BGV and alto ranged melody, D major is the best key for this arrangement.
Away in a Manger (Lullabye) follows the same format I’ve been using for many of my more contemporary arrangements: the melodic riff in the intro and midtros turns into a simple vocal bridge.
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Download sheet music, chord charts, tracks and multitracks for Away in a Manger (Lullabye) exclusively here at Hymncharts.com and Worshiphymns.com. You won’t find this arrangement on any other websites.
Like the image? I found it on Centerline New Media, a website that offers videos and stills for worship projection – I love their stuff! (Their original is red, I changed it to blue in Photoshop.)