Archive for Mar, 2017

Give thanks with a grateful heart – G major

A bright chorus of thanks. There are two flute parts, not designed to be played simultaneously.

Give thanks with a grateful heart – Flute (alternative part)

Give thanks with a grateful heart – Flute

Give thanks with a grateful heart – Clarinet

For the stones will burst into cheers – C major

A Palm Sunday chorus, very suitable for children. This clarinet part is designed for a reasonably proficient player.

For the stones will burst into cheers – Clarinet

For the beauty of the earth (Rutter) – B flat

John Rutter’s very attractive setting of this hymn of praise for creation led to some instrumental parts not unrelated to his own (or how they sounded on a commercial recording), but adapted for our purposes.

For the beauty of the earth (Rutter) – Clarinet

For the beauty of the earth (Rutter) – Flute 2

For the beauty of the earth (Rutter) – Flute

For the beauty of the earth (Rutter) – Violin

For the beauty of the earth (Rutter) – Oboe1

 

For I’m building a people of power – C major

A song from the 1980s. The clarinet part can be played on the trumpet.

For Im building a people of power – Clarinet

For Im building a people of power – Horn

 

For His Name is exalted – D major

The treble instruments play a countermelody in this arrangement.

For his name is exalted – Flute

For his name is exalted – Horn

For his name is exalted – Recorder

For his name is exalted – Violin

For his name is exalted – Bassoon

For all the saints (Sine nomine) – G major

Vaughan Williams’ wonderful hymn for All Saints day. I arranged these brass parts for an Advent Sunday service in 1994. There is a short introduction to each verse. These are best played along with an organ accompaniment.

For all the Saints – Trumpet

For all the Saints – Tuba

For all the Saints – Trombone a

For all the Saints – Bassoon or Euphonium a

For all the Saints – Bassoon2 or Trombone a

Father of Creation – G major

Just a flute part here to accompany the congregation and the piano or band:

Father of creation – Flute

Father I thank you for all you have done – E flat

Woodwind parts for a gentle 3-beat in a bar song.

Father I thank you for all you have done – Flute

Father I thank you for all you have done – Clarinet

Father I thank you for all you have done – Flute alternative part a

Dear Lord and Father of mankind (Repton) – E flat

Parts for this very famous English hymn:

Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Trumpet in C

Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Trumpet in Bb

Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Trombone

Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Horn

Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Bassoon

Dear Lord and Father of mankind – Violin

Father God I wonder how I managed to exist – E minor

Some simple parts for this song:

Father God I wonder – Bassoon2

Father God I wonder – Trumpet

Father God I wonder – Bassoon

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