City on a Hill: Sing Alleluia

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Barnes & Noble - Lisa Zhito
It was such a good idea, no wonder they wanted to do it again. City on a Hill: Songs of Worship and Praise set a new standard for both all-star compilation projects and the burgeoning modern worship movement, racking up a Dove Award and powerful sales along the way. Sing Alleluia is the sequel to that project; Jars of Clay, Third Day, Caedmon's Call, FFH and the Choir, all of which appeared on the original, are joined this time around by Hill newbies Fernando Ortega, Jennifer Knapp, Nichole Nordeman, Bebo Norman, and Phil Keaggy. Reprising the successful formula of unique combinations, we have Knapp dueting with Third Day's Mac Powell on a lovely "Sing Alleluia!," while ...
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Barnes & Noble - Lisa Zhito
It was such a good idea, no wonder they wanted to do it again. City on a Hill: Songs of Worship and Praise set a new standard for both all-star compilation projects and the burgeoning modern worship movement, racking up a Dove Award and powerful sales along the way. Sing Alleluia is the sequel to that project; Jars of Clay, Third Day, Caedmon's Call, FFH and the Choir, all of which appeared on the original, are joined this time around by Hill newbies Fernando Ortega, Jennifer Knapp, Nichole Nordeman, Bebo Norman, and Phil Keaggy. Reprising the successful formula of unique combinations, we have Knapp dueting with Third Day's Mac Powell on a lovely "Sing Alleluia!," while Nordeman's jazzy vocals are perfectly supported by FFH's harmonies on a radio-ready "Shine Your Light." Indeed, another strong point to this release is the songs, all of which are original (or in the case of a few traditional pieces, new arrangements). Songs like the light-rock "Communion" and the worshipful "Marvelous Light" are a nice addition to the modern worship subgenre, defying the new style's incipient stereotypes. Sing Alleluia creates a fresh atmosphere of praise and worship for a community of believers.
All Music Guide - Ashleigh Kittle
The 2002 Essential Records project City on a Hill: Sing Alleluia serves as the follow-up album to City on a Hill: Songs of Praise and Worship, which was released in 2000. Featuring a stellar lineup of artists, including Third Day's Mac Powell, Jennifer Knapp, FFH, Caedmon's Call, and Jars of Clay, City on a Hill: Sing Alleluia builds upon, and ultimately surpasses, the beauty and craftsmanship of its predecessor. Acoustic praise & worship in style and arrangement, the album reflects careful artistic choices in duets, pairing such voices as Knapp and Powell in the album's first radio single, "Sing Alleluia!" Thematically, the project focuses on the holiness and comfort of God in its songs, including Nichole Nordeman's "Holy Is Your Name" and Jars of Clay's "The Comforter Has Come." Joined in artistry and purpose, City on a Hill: Sing Alleluia is best captured in a quote made by Caedmon Call's Cliff Young in an interview with Essential Records: ."..(A)ll of these artists coming together to sing...it's an amazing thing. The purpose is to show listeners that we all have one faith in Jesus Christ. We worship the same God and share a talent, so we come together to play together and sing together and worship God together. That's a community, and that's what makes City on a Hill unique."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/19/2002
  • Label: Essential
  • UPC: 083061062224
  • Catalog Number: 10622

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 All Creatures of Our God and King (Choral Prelude) (1:08)
  2. 2 Sing Alleluia! - Nichole Nordeman (3:42)
  3. 3 Holy Is Your Name - Bebo Norman (3:30)
  4. 4 You Are Holy (4:19)
  5. 5 Our Great God - Mac Powell (5:08)
  6. 6 Marvelous Light (4:03)
  7. 7 The Comforter Has Come (3:52)
  8. 8 Shine Your Light - FFH (3:08)
  9. 9 Hide Me in Your Heart - FFH (4:07)
  10. 10 Hallowed - Jennifer Knapp (2:45)
  11. 11 Lift Up Your Hearts (Sursum Corda) (2:00)
  12. 12 Communion - Danielle Young (3:54)
  13. 13 All Creatures of Your God and King (Choral Prelude) (2:31)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Phil Keaggy Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Phil Madeira Keyboards, Vocals, Mellotron, Lap Steel Guitar
Dale Baker Percussion
John Catchings Cello
Tim Chandler Bass
David Davidson Violin
Steve Hindalong Percussion, Chimes, Glockenspiel, Thumb Piano, Bells, Orchestra Bells
Dennis Holt Drums, Vocals
Tom Howard Conductor
Wayne Kirkpatrick Vocals
The Nashville String Machine Performing Ensemble
Joe Porter Drums
Bobby G. Taylor Oboe
Chris Donohue Bass
Laura Donohue Vocals
John Schreiner Keyboards, Drum Loop
Terry Norman Taylor Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Dan Haseltine Vocals
Elinor Madeira Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Roger Martin Flute
Derri Daugherty Acoustic Guitar
Julian Kindred Keyboards, Drum Loop
Derek Webb Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Cynthia Estill Bassoon
Todd Bragg Drums
Matt Odmark Acoustic Guitar
Fernando Ortega Guitar, Accordion, Keyboards, Vocals
Cliff Young Vocals
Lee Levine Clarinet
Mac Powell Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Eric Wyse Pipe organ
Jennifer Knapp Vocals
Bishop Charles Mason Vocals
Nichole Nordeman Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Ann Richard Flute
Garett Buell Percussion
FFH Track Performer
Danielle Young Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Bebo Norman Track Performer
Aaron Sands Bass
Jennifer Deibler Vocals, Background Vocals
Jeromy Deibler Vocals, Background Vocals
Marie Byrd Choir, Chorus
Sandra McCracken Vocals, Choir, Chorus
Michael Boggs Acoustic Guitar
Technical Credits
Steve Hindalong Arranger, Producer, Liner Notes
Tom Howard String Arrangements, Woodwind Arrangement, Bell Arrangements
Ken Love Mastering
Rocky Schnaars Engineer
David Schober Engineer
John Schreiner Producer, Engineer
Jars of Clay Producer
Bob Wohler Executive Producer
William Draper translation
Julian Kindred Engineer
Robert Beeson Executive Producer, Art Direction
Fernando Ortega Percussion Programming
Eric Wyse Arranger
Derald Daugherty Contributor
Kim Thomas Cover Art
Rendy Lovelady Executive Producer
Mitch Dane Programming, Engineer
Jordyn Thomas Art Direction
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This CD is the best I've ever heard!

    This is a must buy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Must have for your collection

    There are a few songs that I usually skip over, but the others definately make up for it. You will find yourself worshiping with this awesome music. A great mix for all age groups. We have all the City On A Hill collection. It is a must have!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a great cd

    this cd is just full of wonderful praise and worship songs...my favorite is probably You are Holy by Nicole Nordeman...a great praise song!

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