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This arrangement is a transcription of my 2017 recording of the hymn "Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory (Battle Hymn of the Republic)." This well-known text, often sung as a patriotic song in the United States and as a hymn in other parts of the world, was set to the tune of "John Brown's Body," an anonymously-authored camp song possibly from the early 1800s, by Julia Ward Howe in 1861, in reaction to the US Civil War. While originally published with six verses, I have included the text of three of the verses often used in the US.
This arrangement presents the song as a meditative piece, so it should be played gently rather than with the military feel often used (in the US, at least).
The piece should work well as either a performance number or as a musical reflection for memorial programs.
For anything not permitted by the above licence then you should contact the publisher first to obtain permission.
Reviews of Mine Eyes Have Seen the Glory (Battle Hymn of the Republic / Glory! Glory! Hallelujah) - Piano Solo
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