A Little Bit Of Love – Learning Tracks

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Graham Kendrick is a prolific singer / songwriter known and respected all over the world by many as the ‘father of modern worship music’.  He has written hundreds of well-known songs and hymns and tours extensively as a speaker and performer.   He wrote a new song in April 2020 called ‘A Little Bit of Love’ and asked Craig to help him arrange it for a cappella choir.

The song was conceived specifically to help choirs raise funds for the 2.6 challenge on Sunday 26th April 2020.   ChoirCommunity was chosen to help distribute it, which we did for free until May 8th.   The sheet music and learning tracks are now available for our standard competitive prices!  This is the purchase page for the audio learning tracks.  The sheet music can be bought separately from the link below.

The tune can be sung down an octave in Baritone range and won’t affect the rest of the arrangement.

3rd March 2021 – We have just published an upper voices (SSA) version of the song which is available here now.  Just click on the voicing type you are looking for before clicking the ‘Buy’ button.

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    Love these learning tracks – thank you!

  • A Little Bit of Love

    Easy to learn and enjoyable to sing. A good cheer-up song.

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