page one of the Trombone (simplified) part from All Hail The Power of Jesus’ Name (Hymn Accompaniment Series)
This music has been transposed from the original key.

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Full details

This is the first installment in my hymn accompaniment series. This, and each subsequent addition will remain true to the hymnbook so that no modification of the song is necessary. This arrangement is written to be very versatile in the worship service setting. The introduction is optional. Sections 1 & 2 are interchangeable and may be modified by omitting instruments for some verses. These sections match the key of most hymnbooks. Section 3 is preceded by a brief modulation up � step and may be used as a final verse.

Easier versions of some parts may be used for less experienced performers. These parts do not conflict in harmonies and may be used with the more difficult version. This enables the director to include younger members that otherwise might not be ready for a performance with your worship orchestra.

Download the parts you need and omit the rest. Full photocopying rights are granted to the purchaser after purchasing the first part for each instrument. No sharing though! Keep the copies within your organization.

Oliver Holden
2 minutes

For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.