Songs Of The Kingdom New Songs Volume One [NOOK Book]

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100 new songs for Christian worship (can be used standalone or as a supplement to Songs of the Kingdom, by DPI books).
All songs are written with easy-to-sing four-part arrangements and have chords for band/keyboard/guitar backup.
Each song is registered with CCLI, allowing churches with a CCLI license to legally project lyrics and make copies of sheet music.
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Songs Of The Kingdom New Songs Volume One

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Overview

100 new songs for Christian worship (can be used standalone or as a supplement to Songs of the Kingdom, by DPI books).
All songs are written with easy-to-sing four-part arrangements and have chords for band/keyboard/guitar backup.
Each song is registered with CCLI, allowing churches with a CCLI license to legally project lyrics and make copies of sheet music.
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River City Music publishes Christian worship songs that extend our rich heritage of congregational, four-part singing into the contemporary worship experience. Our songs are available in print and digital format and can be legally copied and projected with a CCLI license.

These songs were written with congregational four-part singing in mind, but can easily be amplified with musical accompaniment -- and we've provided the chords above the staves for band/keyboard/guitar, typically in guitar-friendly keys. Songs span a range of styles from simpler call-echo styles to traditional hymn, contemporary, rock-influenced and gospel. Our website contains recordings, lyrics and chord charts for every song.

Our songs emphasize:
– Arrangements that can be sung easily with voices-only
– Timeless truths, thoughtful lyrics
– A variety of modern and traditional styles
– Guitar-friendly keys and notated chords for guitar/keyboard
– Amateur songwriters from restoration-movement-like churches
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781623092849
  • Publisher: BookBaby
  • Publication date: 7/2/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 180
  • Sales rank: 640,156
  • File size: 40 MB
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2014

    Great songs. Formatting takes an extra step to view.

    These songs are great. High marks for content. Looking forward to learning and singing them. The formatting at first does not work for my 7" Nook tablet (not HD): titles and credits are on separate pages from the musical notations, and margin formatting cuts off the first and last few words of each line. BUT if I double-tap the song, it opens into a new page that I can then zoom in and out of to see the entire song (still without title and credits, tho). It will work this way, but why should it have to? If each page was its own .pdf file then this would not happen. Still, glad to have this resource.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2013

    The Pure Lake: Chapter 1, The Being

    (Ok, this is mine, with a few chice suggestions from my friend. Hope you enjoy. Again, suggestions are nice ~~ cassie) <br> Nicole gazed forward, seeing the glittering mass of a clear blue lake in front of her. Her bare feet felt soft, rich, warm earth beneath them. She looked down at her clothes. Se was wearing a white dress that went to her feet, stopping just before touching the ground. The sleeves stopped at her elbows, exposing her forearms, tanned and wathered, but that somehow seemed perfect here and now. She coud see her reflection in the water, her face, like her skin, seemed perfect, regardless of its many blemishes, and her shoulder length straight blond hair semme to almost glow. She looked at he reflection in the water again, and realized she had something hanging around her neck. She grasped it, bringing it into her view. It was a small delicate blue shell, with a spiraling pattern, and shaped like a unicorn horn, which seemed to be in perfect pristine condition. She didnt know why she had it. She didnt know how she got here, she didnt even know where 'here' was. She looked around for any clues. Thats when she noticed the glowing figure. It wa standing a couple yards behind her, waiting for nicole to notice it. Nicole turned to face the figure. The figure was humanlike, but she couldnt tell anything else through the light the being was giving off. The figure shined like the sun, and everything the light touched seemed to also glow the figure moved towards nicole, seeming to float over the grass, and came to rest a few feet in front of her. "Hello Nicole." The being said with a distinctly feminine voice. Nicole immediately backed away a few steps, wondering how the being knew her name. "Do not be afraid. You were selected for this path long before you were born. You are destined to save the land of legend, the first to set foot in the sacred land. And you will fight the very evil i have restrained for these many years we have waited" Nicole was stunned. She processed through this information. "But im not anything special. I dont see why someone better, like the army commander couldnt do it. Surely he would be more fit to?" The being responded, "you were meant for this task. No one can complete it but you. You cannot tarry here any longer, the evil is growing by the second. You must return to your land. When you return, seek out the legendkeeper. He will instruct you further. Use the gift wisely, hero." With that the being faded, only a faint glow remained on the grass, that fading too, just seconds later. Nicole stared at the spot the being stood, moments before. Suddenly, cold wetness invaded her deep thoughts. She blinked a few times, the sight in front of her changing. She jolted up in the bed she was now occupying, her head hitting the top of the bunk bed her and her twin brother shared in the academy. She was back to her normal self, imperfect skin, messy hair, and still in her bedclothes. Only one thing from the vision remained, the necklace. She felt it at her neck, the perfect shell, just as it was in the dream, except now, in the predawn light, it seeme to glow with a strange unearthly light. A perfect light. It was the beginnig of an adventure, and it was a promise, a promise that she would save a kingdom, and vanquish a great evil. Oh wonderful, Nicole thought, a death quest.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2012

    Do not buy.

    Formatting for my nook color is terrible. The pages do not fit to size and content is missing. Sad because I was looking forward to this eBook. Wish I could get a refund...

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