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Voicing/Instrumentation: SAB, SATB

We also have other 3 arrangements of "Faith in Every Footstep".

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Related song categories are:
Diligence/Commitment/Endure to End
Faith
Missionary Work
Pioneers
Restoration
Youth/Young Men/Young Women
Embark in the Service of God Mutual Theme 2015



Comments for this piece:
From Linh An:
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From Cindy Hailstone: Thank you so much for this beautiful arrangement and your comments. I appreciate them so much. Keep up the wonderful work for those of us who don't have the same.
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From J├ęssica Seniw: Thank you very much, I am from Brazil, and here are very difficult to find scores for initial choruses, your work is amazing and magical. Thank you very much. Sorry if there is any spelling error, I do not know how to speak English.
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Song background:

Our stake choir director asked if I could arrange an easy version of this song for a youth stake choir. K. Newell Dayley’s SSAATTBB arrangement is beautiful with a capital B, but way too hard for a beginning choir. So, I tried to make an easier arrangement with a very similar feel as Dayley’s. I almost feel bad saying it’s my arrangement because I imitated his so closely. I just hope this helps some choirs with fewer choir members or more inexperienced members.

I decided to add an SATB for choirs who are lucky enough to have more people and experience.

Choir tips: Here’s something I’ve never done before because until recently I knew nothing about singing. Luckily, I worked with an amazing choir director whose notes these are. This pdf is her marked-up notes for the youth choir. It is the notes for the SAB version but you can use them as reference for the SATB version as well.

Our director gave the youth this music when they were first learning their parts, then she gave them the above music afterward. NB=no breath. Commas=breath. And it is easy to hold out the last note. Choir members can breath whenever they want as long as it’s not the same time as the person next to them and they keep their mouth looking like they are still singing. Our choir director always said, “Breath anywhere you want except where there’s a slur!”

I hope this all helps! I know working with this piece helped me learn a lot!

Forgive my voice and I promise it sounds amazing with a full choir!

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