All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name
|Tempo:||116 | up tempo|
|Meter:||C.M. with repeats|
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All Hail the Power makes a good call to worship and a way to start an upbeat praise set. The melody is in a mid range which makes it easier to sing - it acts like a vocal warm-up for your congregation on an early morning.
Follow it with other popular praise songs:
In E major:
Open the Eyes of My Heart / Baloche Sing Sing Sing / Tomlin Sing to the King / Foote
In G major:
Your Grace Is Enough / Maher You Are Holy / Imboden
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A note from arranger Don Chapman
Back when I started hymncharts I was at a small church – often it would be just me playing the piano to lead worship! So every hymncharts arrangement has a core piano part (“keys”) – the arrangement will sound great with only a piano to accompany you. Then, as your music ministry grows, hymncharts grows with you – utilize the chord charts and other sheet music parts.