King Of Kings (Live) Orchestration (Hillsong Worship / Brooke Ligertwood)
King Of Kings (Live) Orchestration (Hillsong Worship / Brooke Ligertwood)
King Of Kings (Live)Hillsong Worship / Brooke Ligertwood
Orchestration & Finale Details
Download the Orchestration for King Of Kings (Live) by Hillsong Worship / Brooke Ligertwood, from the album Awake (Deluxe). This song was arranged by Dan Galbraith in the key of D, Eb, Db, C, Bb.
|Artists||Hillsong Worship, Brooke Ligertwood|
|Authors||Scott Ligertwood, Jason Ingram, Brooke Ligertwood|
|Publishers||Hillsong Music, Essential Music Publishing|
|CCLI Song No.||7127647|
|Instruments||Piano, Keyboard, Guitars, Drums, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, French Horn, Violin, Viola, Cello, Keybaord Synth, Flute/Obo, Clarinet, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax|
|Available Keys||Bb, C, D, Db, Eb|
|Themes||Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Modern Hymn, Lent, Jesus, Love, Gospel, Spirit, Church, Lamb, Salvation, Kingdom, Trinity, Light, Darkness, Good Friday, Resurrection, Easter, Christmas Worship, Praise, Redemption, Cross, Christ, Blood|
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She is married to Ryan Dahl (Founder of PraiseCharts) and the mother of four grown children. King Of Kings was written by Brooke Ligertwood, Scott Ligertwood, and Jason Ingram. *The Falls Church Anglican; by church member, "King of Kings" Worship Article, Oct 5, 2019. www.tfcanglican.org/consider-this/2019/10/5/king-of-kings. Accessed March 6, 2021.