Simple, elegant and timeless, Abide With Me was written by Henry Francis Lyte in 1847. This setting allows each section the opportunity to perform melodically and experience lyrical phrasing. An
This classic, beautiful hymn is a great introduction to tone production, phrasing and ensemble sonority for developing strings. It is sophisticated yet accessible and is sure to be a welcome addition to
After an elegantly understated opening, the treatment of this traditional carol then ebbs and surges again from one stanza to the next, employing articulation and dynamic contrast to propel the it to its
The familiar Johann Sebastian Bach melody will be loved by one and all. Solidly scored for your string or full orchestra, the delicate melody will reinforce the musicianship of the entire ensemble.
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