Lion and the Lamb (Leeland/Bethel/Big Daddy Weave)Harmony Tutorials | 2 comments Learn two different harmony parts for “Lion and the Lamb” (key of A)! 0:00 Harmony 1 Demonstration 1:25 Harmony 2 Demonstration 2:49 Sing along with the melody and both harmonies For even more harmony training specifically for contemporary worship teams, check out “Harmony Essentials For Worship“. Master the art of finding your part and knowing when to sing it! Upgrade to an Access Pass or sign in to watch locked videos, access lesson downloads, audio workouts, and community discussions. ← Next Previous → Comments (2) 2 Comments Shara-Rae on July 20, 2017 at 6:11 pm Oh my goodness, WOW. This is so helpful and timely. Thank you for showing two harmonies, as often there are two background singers for a church service. What would you call these two harmonies? Would one be considered alto, and the other the soprano harmony? I always just call them lower and higher harmonies, but I’m not sure if that is the correct lingo. I’m always so impressed by the professionalism of The Worship Vocalist. Good work Charmaine and Jason! Charmaine on July 21, 2017 at 8:39 pm You’re welcome! Always glad to hear when things are useful! 🙂 I would just call them lower and higher harmonies. I don’t follow the typical classifications of alto/tenor/soprano, as I find it’s unhelpful for singers who are not trained in that way, and it changes SO much depending on the key the song is being sung in! Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.