In The Garden - Drum Set part from :040 Opus: [04]. In The Garden (from the cantata, Easter Tableaux)

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In The Garden, and its companion tableaux #5, With A Kiss, illuminates Jesus’ betrayal in the garden at Gethsemane. While the solo is marked, soprano, it can easily be performed by a tenor. If the praise ensemble’s guitarist is adept at playing slide style I have found that such an addition works very well in this particular tableaux. The slide articulation adds an edginess to the piece that elevates the emotion. The guitarist should improvise this part taking care as to NOT "step on" the singer . . . it is acceptable to let the notes ring out over the voice. Taste as in all matters should get the utmost consideration if a slide guitar is used. The included drum kit part is rudimentary. The drummer should feel free to improvise his part so long as it does not get overly busy. NOTE: for sales to continue to be viable for the independent publisher with ScoreExchange’s ’multiple print for one price’ sales policy, we have had to increase our asking price. We will continue to offer discounted pricing offline. Feel free to contact the publisher directly with your requests.

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