Singing in parts is one of the great joys of in-person church, but also takes a bit of practice. In this season, it’s something many people (including me!) sorely miss, but also something that technology supports well!
Towards that, some music videos that separate out the different parts of Clay Jones’s “God Be With You,” a song we’ve been using to close our 9am Zoom worship services, appear below. Words appear along with the music as it plays out.
As you’re so moved, see how it feels to sing a part you don’t normally sing. (If you’re feeling adventurous, try out how it feels to listen to one part while singing another!)
Hope you enjoy!
Tenor (sung an octave above how it’d normally sound):
Bass (with the part played up above the accompaniment):