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Voicing/Instrumentation: SATB

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Related song categories are:
Atonement/Mercy/Grace/Redemption
Children
Children's Songs
Christ
Earth/Nature
Easter
Faith
Gratitude/Thanksgiving
Happiness/Rejoicing/Cheerfulness/Joy
Heaven/Celestial Kingdom
Heavenly Father
Love
Testimony
Choir with Soloist or Optional Soloist
Includes Vocal Obbligato/Descant
Medley



Comments for this piece:
From Heather: Wonderful arrangement. Thank you!
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More about Michael Bailey:
My name is Michael Bailey and music has always been my first love in life. I graduated from BYU with a BA in Music and spent time in composition and orchestration and music recording. I enjoy getting feedback so please reach out to me if you listen and have comments!
Song background:

Every night at bed time is sing "My Heavenly Father Loves Me" to my son. I love this song, 2 verses felt short to me. The words to "I Know My Father Lives" seemed to fit pretty well with the meter (removing the repeat of the last line) and with the affirmation our belief in a loving Heavenly Father. I've also always wanted to try out doing an obligato type part. The song can be sung with or without the obligato in the 3rd verse (though you do need to at least cover the tag line "I Know My Father Lives"), depending on your choir and what you want from your performance. The middle verse of "I know My Father Lives" could be sung by a soloist or small group. A child soloist is what I imagined when writting it. As always, I love to get feed back - good or otherwise, so please feel free to reach out to me at musicalmike2018@outlook.com. I have practice tracks (individual mp3 files with the accompaniment and each voice part) available as well as a score in Eb/F if 4 sharps makes your pianist sweat a little (your sopranos just have to be ok with hitting the high f a bunch if your doing obligato at the end). On the flip-side, if you're using the D/E version there's one basement moment for the bases, but you can certainly skip the last low E if you're not lucky enough to have 'one of those guys' in your bass section. 

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