page one of the Euphonium part from Blaenwern (Love Divine)

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Full details

The much loved hymn tune, arranged here for brass band. The fourth verse is raised a semitone and is based on a harmonisation by my friend Andrew P Wilson, Director of Music at Milton Abbey School in Dorset, to whom I am grateful for permission to use the harmony.

1. Suggested dynamics are included throughout. The conductor is, however, free to make his or her own interpretation based on the words, which are included for this purpose.

2. The bass parts sometimes include a note which is a fifth above the lowest note in the basses (taking both bass parts into consideration). The intention is to produce the harmonic equivalent of a 32� organ stop. If there is not a full bass section, these �quint� notes are probably best omitted.

3. There are four verses. It is quite in order to miss a verse if the arrangement is being used to accompany congregational singing and the congregation has fewer verses.


Composer
W P Rowlands
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music
Licensing

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