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Patriotic Anthems Available from Brentwood Benson


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As many of you are planning special services for Independence Day, we are excited to share the Original Master MultiTracks and other worship leading resources for four American patriotic anthems from Brentwood Benson: "The Dream Goes On, with America the Beautiful," "Let Me Take You To the Cross," "The Preamble," and "The Star-Spangled Banner."  From now through July 4, take 15% off all resources for these four anthems when you use promo code BB15 at checkout.



"The Dream Goes On, with America the Beautiful" - In this passionate and patriotic arrangement by Russell Mauldin, your choir or worship team can remind the congregation that regardless of our circumstances, the dreams of our forefathers can live on today through the faith of those who carry on. With a moving excerpt from “America, the Beautiful,” this anthem is perfect for a patriotic celebration or any service as you reflect on the many ways God blesses our nation.

"Let Me Take You To the Cross" - This stirring patriotic ballad from Brentwood Benson writers Rodney Griffin and Sue C. Smith will move your choir and congregation to reflect on the power of the cross. The arrangement by David T. Clydesdale brings the lyrics to a new dimension for the Church to join and sing.

"The Preamble" - This patriotic anthem, arranged by David T. Clydesdale, takes the powerful words of the introduction to the United States Constitution and transforms them into a beautiful musical statement that is sure to lead your congregation to praise God for the freedoms they have been given. This anthem will challenge your choir musically and will create a real moment to reflect on the faith of our founding fathers.

"The Star-Spangled Banner" (arr. by Bradley Knight)

 
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