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Hymns & Worship
Artist: Triumphant Quartet
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 01/20/2023
UPC: 643157452850

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If there is one thing that Triumphant Quartet does exceptionally well, it is giving the fans what they want. As trailblazers in the Southern Gospel industry, they are bridging the gap between the legacy of sound and songs familiar to long-time listeners and a younger, newer audience more familiar with CCM hits. On previous projects, they've crossed barriers with "Chain Breaker," "Eye of the Storm," "We Believe," "Way Maker" and "Goodness of God" to find that whether people were hearing it for the first time or for the hundredth, these songs resonated with everyone. With a strong, consistent heart for the Church, Triumphant Quartet sought to embrace both hymns and worship songs of the Church on their latest offering, Hymns and Worship. The pairing of Triumphant Quartet with veteran producer Wayne Haun has yielded a new recording filled with familiar songs all in a true Triumphant Quartet, progressive southern sound. The results are stunning, and the goal of bringing their talents to songs they sing in church each Sunday is beautifully met. The simplicity of hymns like "My Jesus, I Love Thee" and "Great Is Thy Faithfulness" brings subtle, personal worship moments to the album. Recent CCM and Praise & Worship covers include Zach Williams' "Less Like Me," "The Blessing" (Cody Carnes and Kari Jobe), "Homecoming" by Bethel Music & Cody Asbury, "Help is on the Way (Maybe Midnight)" by Toby Mac, and the current hit "My Jesus" by Anne Wilson. The brilliant arrangements of each of these songs create a masterpiece of worship where the focus is truly on the One worthy of our praise and the artist is truly a vessel leading the listener in song.

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