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Songs We Sing: Songs of Thankfulness and Praise

Squeezebox is a place for our Song Leaders, as well as congregants, to learn the songs we sing at St. Lydia’s.  

Here is “Songs of Thankfulness and Praise,” which will be our final hymn during Epiphany.   We’ll sing the first verse in unison and then break out into harmonies on the second verse.

I recommend you start by downloading the sheet music and then singing the first verse along with this recording.

Once you’ve got the hang of the melody, then you can practice any of the harmony parts posted below.   The featured harmony in each file is panned to the left, with the other three voices panned right.  To assist you in hearing the change from the melody line to the various harmony lines, the recordings of the harmony parts start with the final phrase of the melody.   Enjoy!

Songs of Thankfulness Soprano (2nd Verse)

Songs of Thankfulness Alto

Songs of Thankfulness Tenor

Songs of Thankfulness Bass

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