Bass in E^b part from The Day Thou Gavest Lord Is Ended - Large Mixed Ensemble

Concert Band and/or Orchestra

TUNE: St Clement C.C. Scolefield 1839-1904 Arranged by Brendan Elliget MAGA 537
3 minutes

St Clement, in 98. 98. meter, is a popular tune to John Ellerton’s hymn The Day Thou Gavest, Lord, is Ended. The tune is generally credited to the Rev. Clement Cotteril Scholefield (1839–1904). It first appeared in Sir Arthur Sullivan’s Church Hymns with Tunes (1874). Scholefield was born at Edgbaston, Birmingham, and was the youngest son of William Scholefield, MP for Birmingham. [Wikipedia]

This arrangement is for either concert band or orchestra or any combination of both. There are parts for Eb and F Horns, 3rd Violin (sub-Viola) and an optional Piano/Organ (not on the score) part included in the PDF. A Descant part can be used in the 3rd and 5th verses played on Flute, Oboe, Clarinet and/or Trumpet.

It is especially appropriate for ANZAC Day. ​ Grade = 3 Duration 3:08 mins (5 verses)

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