Blessed Be Your Name (Matt Redman)
Blessed Be Your Name (Matt Redman)
Blessed Be Your NameMatt Redman
Download the Orchestration for Blessed Be Your Name by Matt Redman, from the album Where Angels Fear To Tread. This song was arranged by Daniel Galbraith in the key of B.
|Album||Where Angels Fear To Tread|
|Authors||Matt Redman, Beth Redman|
|CCLI Song No.||3798438|
|Available Keys||B, Bb|
|Themes||Thanksgiving, Perspective, Worship, Declaration, Testimony, Submission, Faith, Trust, Darkness, His Name, Benediction, Celebration, Heart, Offering, Pain, Suffering, Walking, Calm, Quietness, Desert, Wilderness, Abundance, Blessing, Praise|
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