I’ve combined my Doxology and When Morning Gilds the Skies arrangements to create an upbeat opener for any service – and especially an Easter or Easter sunrise service.
The Morning Medley is about 5 1/2 minutes long and is at 116BPM throughout – so set your click/multitracks and you’re ready to go.
I’ve arranged the Morning Medley to be lead by a single worship leader with a choir or praise team singing echo/background harmonies. My favorite part is the abrupt yet seamless key change that separates the two songs – make sure the worship leader singing this has a good ear 🙂
Pop piano: In addition to the typical HymnCharts piano part (intended for rehearsal and to carry the arrangement whether you have a small praise band or just piano accompaniment), the Morning Medley features pop piano-only sheet music. This is what I’d play in a full praise band – it’s a less rhythmic, sparser part that allows the arrangement to breath better within the wall of sound (several guitars and synths) you’d usually hear in a megachurch.
Download sheet music, chord charts, tracks, multitracks and orchestration for the Morning Medley exclusively with a hymncharts subscription. You won’t find this arrangement on any other website.
Will the finale notepad work on a mac?
No, it’s Windows only, unfortunately. Please go to their website and complain – they have a Mac version of the main Finale software.
Notepad hasn’t been supported on Mac since 2017 (since High Sierra) and is no longer available on that OS.
Thanks for the info. Strange. They do seem to have a Mac version of the main Finale software.