Baritone treble clef (tenor line) from Hymns for Band/Orchestra: 10 Hymn SUPERPACK number 1, flexible arrangement

Customized for YOUR ensemble! This flexible four-part arrangement can be used with band, orchestra, brass ensemble, clarinet quartet, clarinet choir, sax quartet, sax choir, or any instruments you have available. Simply purchase the parts you need, making sure you have a good balance of soprano, alto, tenor, and bass lines. A piano reduction is also available to fill in any missing parts in your ensemble. NOTE: the following parts are identical and are included only for ease of reading the score: Clarinet 1/2=Trumpet 1/2, Bassoon=Bass Trombone=Cello. This score is fully compatible with all other scores in the "Hymns for…" series. Purchase of this music includes the right to make copies ONLY for the ORIGINAL church/school/group that purchases the music. Thanks!

These hymn arrangements are from a series for various instruments available at drfeezell.com. The hymns may be performed in any order. Tempi are suggestions only. The last phrase or entire hymn may be used as an introduction when accompanying congregational singing.

The hymns included in this set are: A Mighty Fortress is Our God, All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name, Blessed Assurance, Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing, Crown Him with Many Crowns, Holy, Holy, Holy, My Jesus, I Love Thee, O For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, and When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

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