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Their primary function is to lead brethren in the congregational singing every Church service in their respective locales.
Aside from musical workshops aimed at enhancing choir members’ vocal skills, the NLCMS is another songwriting event of MCGI.
The theme this year is “Songs of Admonitions.”Locale choirs from different parts of the Philippines participated in the event held at the Ang Dating Daan (ADD) Convention Center in Apalit, Pampanga.
The locale choirs in the Church are composed of married men and women.
Arniel Villagonza’s Tanging Gabay (Special Guide), on the the other hand, took second place.
A piece about reformation through God’s guidance, Tanging Gabay was interpreted by popular singer-actress Rachel Alejandro.
Louise Lyle Robles, an amateur composer, took home the P500,000 prize, tax free during the culmination of the year-long songwriting competition on UNTV.“Firstly, I thank God because He willed for me to have a part in the good advocacy of this program, ASOP TV,” said Robles in an interview during a press conference before the finals night at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.
World Championship of the Performing Arts (WCOPA) Champion Beverly Caimen interpreted the winning song.
“I feel truly very happy this night, that there is a program like this that gives an avenue for the natural ability of the Filipino to create songs, much more with the theme of praising the Lord.”Master Impersonator Willie Nepomuceno also expressed his appreciation of the show.(Photo courtesy of PVI)Among the judges for the night were musical director and arranger, Danny Tan (Iisa Pa Lamang, composer), and singer Wency Cornejo (Next In Line, Hanggang), who said that they were honored to be a part of the event. Mon Del Rosario, resident judge of ASOP TV, said that judging the songs was very difficult as all are equally potent for the win, and the night could be anyone’s ballgame. ASOP started as an event of the Members Church of God International (MCGI) in 2004, and was launched as a TV program in September, 2011.On her ASOP TV experience, Robles said that it is one of the best she has had. The contest is open to all amateur and professional songwriters in the Philippines and abroad.To download q=mcgi tanging awit pagpapasalamat mp3 you have to: 1. If you like our website, don't forget to like or share with others!
Hangga’t May Tinig Ako (As Long As I Have My Voice) written by Jinnie Adilan of Cavite was hailed as the People’s Choice which was decided through text voting.