The Hallelujah What A Savior 1 Verse Version is a quick and easy way to add a touch of a hymn to your contemporary Easter praise set!
This mini-arrangement sort of acts like an intro (maybe I’ll call this a “hymntro!”) to whatever praise song you choose to follow it. And because Hallelujah What a Savior has a fairly narrow melodic range it can work over several keys – I suggest Ab, A, Bb, B and C.
Listen to how well the Hallelujah What A Savior 1 Verse Version works with these popular Easter praise songs:
Kari Jobe’s Forever: Start with Hallelujah in Ab and transition directly into Forever:
Hallelujah with Forever
Chris Tomlin’s Jesus: Start with Hallelujah in A and transition directly into Jesus:
Hallelujah with Jesus
Casting Crown’s Glorious Day: Start with Hallelujah in B and transition directly into Glorious Day:
Hallelujah with Glorious Day
This is an SATB+ arrangement. While all HymnCharts arrangements have SATB choir sheet music, we’ve recently been recording select arrangements with choir and adding extra files like SATB only sheet music (no piano to save paper) and soprano, alto, tenor and bass practice tracks.
- SATB choir demo
- SATB with/without piano
- SATB practice tracks
Hallelujah, What a Savior!
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