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How Can I Keep from Singing

By Chris Tomlin

Choir Sacred (SATB choir)
Composed by Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, and Matt Redman. Arranged by Thomas Fettke and orchestrated by Richard Kingsmore. Choral (Sacred); Choral Octavo; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles; Worship Resources. With One Voice Choral Series. Sacred. Choral Octavo. 12 pages. Jubilate Music Group #00-29265. Published by Jubilate Music Group (AP.29265).

Item Number: AP.29265

English. Orchestrated by Richard Kingsmore. 1 Samuel 2:1, 1 Chronicles 16:7-36, 2 Chronicles 5:13-14, Ezra 3:11, Psalms 30, 75, 89, 100, 106, 107, 118, 136, Philippians 1:19, 4:4-7, 1 Peter 1:3-9.

Exhilarating! Using the #1 hit worship song from Chris Tomlin, while incorporating the beloved hymn, Praise Him! Praise Him!, Fettke creates an electric new offering of praise sure to become an instant favorite. Orchestrated by Richard Kingsmore, instrumental parts and a fully-orchestrated accompaniment CD are available. This is a must have for blended worship!

About With One Voice

Contains the newest and freshest song titles masterfully adapted for SATB and SAB choirs by the finest arrangers and orchestrators writing for the church today, including Tom Fettke, Bruce Greer, Richard Kingsmore, Michael Lawrence, and Robert Sterling. Stereo and split-trax accompaniment CDs, as well as additional instrumentation, including usual substitutions, are also available for all applicable titles.

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  • 5

    Hopewell, VA
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  • 2011-10-09 00:00:00.0 How Can I Keep from Singing

    Great song -- we're singing it this Sunday!

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  • 5

    Denver, CO
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  • 2008-11-26 00:00:00.0 Very nice arrangement

    This arrangement has pretty harmonies, a nice accompaniment, and is very singable. I purchased it for use for a quartet/worship band situation, and they all loved it. We had it down pat in a couple of rehearsals. There are no unsingable passages or weird twists - it's straightforward and...

    worshipful, and of course it's a pretty song to start with.

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