Item description for The Very Best of Avalon - Testify to Love (Piano/Vocal/Guitar Artist Songbook) by Avalon...
Our P/V/G matching folio features all 16 songs from the 2003 compilation by this acclaimed CCM vocal quartet: Adonai * Always Have, Always Will * Can't Live a Day * Don't Save It All for Christmas Day * Everything to Me * Give It Up * The Glory (Of the Blood) * The Greatest Story * I Don't Want to Go * In Not Of * Knockin' on Heaven's Door * New Day * Pray * Take You at Your Word * Testify to Love * Wonder Why.
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Studio: Hal Leonard Corporation
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.9" Width: 8.8" Height: 0.4" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2003
Publisher EMI- CMG DISTRIBUTION #36
ISBN 0634059734 ISBN13 0073999065268 UPC 073999065268
Availability 0 units.
More About Avalon
Avalon is an American contemporary Christian vocal quartet. The group has earned multiple RIAA-certified gold records, sold four million albums, and released 22 number one Christian hits.
Avalon formed in 1996, setting a high standard in contemporary Christian music. Reviewing its 2006 projectFaith: A Hymns Collection, All Music Guide noted “the vocal efficiency and personalized stylings that place Avalon among the elite singing groups in contemporary Christian circles.” To date, the quartet has sold more than three million albums, charted 20 No. 1 singles, and won an American Music Award plus numerous Dove Awards such as the 1999 Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year for “Testify to Love.” That song, a listener favorite, has also been specially re-recorded for Another Time, Another Place.
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Good songs, poor arrangement Jun 9, 2008
A fan of Avalon's contemporary Christian music, I picked this book up, hoping to add some of their songs to my Sunday morning repertoire. This book will function as an adequate lead sheet for a guitarist looking for chords, but is not worth the money if you're hoping to use the piano accompaniments. In every song, the piano part is virtually identical (note-for-note) to the vocal part, with the left hand providing a few chord tones. This results in a pretty boring performance (and lots of rehearsal stress if the singer and pianist are separate people). I wouldn't bother with this one.