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HEALING (Crouch)

Arranger: Nolan Williams, Jr. b. 1969

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Composer: Andraé Crouch

Born in San Francisco on July 1, 1942, and raised in Los Angeles, Andraé Edward Crouch was the son of bivocational-pastor parents Benjamin and Catherine Crouch. He has recounted that he received the gift of music as a child, when his father was called as a guest preacher and pastoral candidate to a small rural church that had no musicians. He began playing for them at the age of 11. He wrote his first gospel song at 14, and formed his first band, the COGICS, in 1960. In 1965 he formed The Disciples, which lasted until 1979, and as a protegé of Audrey Mieir, Ralph Carmichael, and other leading Contemporary Christian Music artists of the time, went on to win a total of nine Grammies, and numerous other awards. He wrote his first well-kn… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: HEALING (Crouch)
Arranger: Nolan Williams, Jr. b. 1969
Composer: Andraé Crouch
Meter: 9.9.9.3.
Incipit: 11113 33311 11111
Key: G Major
Copyright: © 1982, Bud John Songs, Inc. (ASCAP)

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