This beautiful hymn setting is dramatic, reflective and musically very powerful. While the band parts certainly stand on their own, optional use of antiphonal trumpets, organ, and choir are included should
The arranger chose this reverent, yet somewhat sad-sounding hymn to arrange for band in honor of the life and influence of his grandmother, who passed away in 2012. Moving from moments of quiet beauty
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