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Here are the best patriotic worship songs for Independence Day this year - songs that remind us of our earthly blessings such as our freedoms, and songs that call us to gratitude to our God who, in His great mercy, has given us more than what we could ever deserve. Whether your church or chapel service is outside or inside, download the chord charts, piano sheets, lyrics, vocal sheets, choral arrangements, orchestrations, patches, and multitracks, to best serve your worship ministry for Independence Day.
This is as up to date as it gets. If a new song hits the airwaves and it starts trending fast, chances are you will be able to spot it here. If an old song suddenly spikes because of a unique current event, you'll see that here as well. So get out a bag of popcorn and hit refresh every 10 minutes to watch the race.
Your pianist wants as few pages as possible to have to flip while playing, so we took away the vocal staff so you don't have to use scissors and tape to do it yourself. The two staves of the scored piano part, with just a few vocal cues, keeps this part easy to manage while providing the fully noted part your piano player needs. These piano parts are the exact parts found in the piano/vocal charts... just without the vocals. Need the vocal charts as well? Check out the Piano/Vocal Packs.
In some cases, we sell downloadable audio tracks direct from PraiseCharts. In other cases, we simply provide a reference sample of the song that can be purchased on popular sites like iTunes or Amazon. When you purchase an audio file from PraiseCharts, you can make up to five (5) copies for practical uses. This is similar to standards set out by iTunes, etc. If you need to make additional copies, you can purchase them right in your Library.
Split tracks are available for a limited selection of songs at PraiseCharts. A Split Track involves an MP3 stereo file where the vocals are on one channel and the instruments are on the other channel so that you can use the vocals for practice and then pan them down or out for performance.
A rhythm chart is like a lead sheet without the lyrics or vocal lines. By taking the vocal lines out of the staff, there is more room to indicate unique rhythmic notations that are beneficial for guitar, bass, and drums. Generally, these players are not singing with the band, so the vocal lines are not necessary. The advantage of a rhythm chart over a chord chart is that there is more detailed information about the song map and the exact rhythms of the chord progressions.