ASOP Year 7 names first grand finalist

Posted on: November 27th, 2017

A million thanks to God!

A Song of Praise (ASOP) Music Festival first monthly finals ended on a high note after first-time composer Edward Salde’s composition entitled “Isang Milyong Pasasalamat” has secured a spot for the grand finals.

The composition trumped two songs entries namely Jonald Tolentino’s “Aking Dios” performed by Toto Sorioso, and Richard Salazar’s “Inilalarawan Ng Luha” interpreted by Ricci Jereza.

Performed by ASOP Year 4 Best Interpreter and power belter Leah Patricio in an emotionally-charged rendition, the worship anthem expresses the timeless message of gratitude to God.

As the composer celebrates his first milestone in songwriting, he revived his musical memories when he first joined songwriting contests in his school, where he had different experiences that played a big part on igniting his passion for songwriting.

The composer is set to be back for the grand finals.

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