2012 Greatest Christian Hits Released By Alfred Music

Alfred Music Publishing releases 2012 Greatest Christian Hits, a collectible music folio featuring over 100 pages of sheet music that captures the year's most popular songs, arranged for piano, vocal, and guitar.

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Alfred Music Publishing, the official print music publisher of thousands of popular artists, songwriters, and composers, releases 2012 Greatest Christian Hits, a collectible music folio featuring over 100 pages of sheet music that captures the year's most popular songs, arranged for piano, vocal, and guitar. From inspirational ballads to up-tempo rock styles, the hit songs in 2012 Greatest Christian Hits are perfect for musicians to perform at church events, for family and friends, or just for fun. Some of the year's most memorable tunes from chart-topping and award-winning artists are included, such as Britt Nicole, Jeremy Camp, Kari Jobe, Matthew West, Grammy award-winning artist Casting Crowns, and more. Arrangements include "All This Time" (Britt Nicole), "Blessings" (Laura Story), "Carry Me To The Cross" (Kutless), "Courageous" (Casting Crowns), "I'm With You" (Ruth & Naomi), "Strong Enough" (Matthew West), "What A Savior" (Laura Story), and many more. As part of Alfred's ongoing commitment to improving the environment, this songbook is printed on 100% recycled paper. 2012 Greatest Christian Hits (00-39320) is now available for $16.99 at music retail stores and at alfred.com. Titles:
  • All This Time (Britt Nicole)
  • Blessings (Laura Story)
  • Busted Heart (Hold on to Me) (For King and Country)
  • Carry Me to the Cross (Kutless)
  • Christ Is Risen (Matt Maher)
  • Courageous (Casting Crowns)
  • Hold Me (Jamie Grace featuring TobyMac)
  • How Great Is Our God (Chris Tomlin)
  • I'm With You (Ruth & Naomi) (Nichole Nordeman and Amy Grant)
  • Learning to Be the Light (NewWorldSon)
  • Let It Start with Me (No Other Name)
  • Strong Enough (Matthew West)
  • Waiting for Tomorrow (Mandisa)
  • The Way (Jeremy Camp)
  • We Are (Kari Jobe)
  • What a Savior (Laura Story)
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      BionicRooster
      How to write on of these songs: 1. use chords I, IV and V (any key). 2.Write lyrics about christ/religion (e.g. Hallelujah my lord, christ is my co-pilot, etc). 3. Watch the money roll in from other Christians. 4. Repeat the cycle until death. Now you try!
      im not mental
      "can't you see you're not making christianity better? you're just making rock and roll worse." -hank hill
      RetroGunslinger
      BionicRooster wrote: How to write on of these songs: 1. use chords I, IV and V (any key). 2.Write lyrics about christ/religion (e.g. Hallelujah my lord, christ is my co-pilot, etc). 3. Watch the money roll in from other Christians. 4. Repeat the cycle until death. Now you try!
      This seriously pisses me off,the bible union band in school do exactly this every week, WHAT DO CHRISTIANS HAVE AGAINST RIFFS FFS, why can't they play some Stryper or something?
      JHS0891
      BionicRooster wrote: How to write on of these songs:1. use chords I, IV and V (any key).2.Write lyrics about christ/religion (e.g. Hallelujah my lord, christ is my co-pilot, etc).3. Watch the money roll in from other Christians.4. Repeat the cycle until death.Now you try!
      Just like any other kind of music Christian music has a mainstream. It's not all the same, but you would like to think that right?
      Rick_Diculous
      "Can't you see you're not making Christianity better? You're just making rock and roll worse" - Hank Hill