Monday, September 27, 2010

Sample Of Tambourine Dance Patterns (Choreograph) # 3

Song Title: Days of Elijah by Paul Wilbur

Intro: (Lily of the Valley A) 2x
(Mighty A) 2x
(Joyful Noise) 2x

Chorus: (Hallelujah A) 2x with cut
(Lion of Judah) 2x
(Joyful Noise) 2x
(Always) 4x
(Crown of Beauty) 2x
(Name of the Lord) 4x
(Coronation) 3x
(Candlestick) 2x
(Trinity) 3x slowly as the song fade to end

I really like this song as it is prophetic in meaning. It is just a slow but upbeat song which is good to include both praise and worship tambourine patterns. If you notice the patterns well, there are only few patterns that are included in Book 1 and the rest are all advance. But anyway, what matters most is how your heart is right before God when you dance.

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