Horn in F part from O For A Thousand Tongues (Lyngham) - Mixed Ensemble

Composer
Thomas Jarman
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other

A straight foward arrangement for a mixed ensemble with flexible instrumentation: woodwind, brass, piano or organ and strings. The original tune (LYNGHAM) was composed by Thomas Jarman(1715-81)with words by Charles Wesley (1707-88) The Descant part can be played on Flute, Clarinet or Trumpet during the 3rd and 6th verses. You might like to add the brass parts on all the even verses etc. This setting was designed for a small or larger church group of various combinations and should work with a few instruments and a keyboard. If you use this arrangement let me know how is goes!

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