Love Divine, All Loves Excelling (for TTBB chorus & piano)

Melody by W. P. Rowlands(1860-1937) arr. Patrick J. Lee
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An arrangement of the very well-known hymn, "Blaenwern". The tempo is deliberately steady (slower than most congregations would sing it), in order to get the most out of the fluctuating harmonies. It really should be performed sufficiently slowly to be near the metronome mark, whilst still allowing for choir members to be able to sing each phrase in one breath (and not breathe mid-phrase). Purchasers can obtain copies of the learning tracks, free of charge and by email, by contacting the arranger through the link at the bottom of the page.

Score ID
Melody by W. P. Rowlands(1860-1937) arr. Patrick J. Lee
Year of arrangement
Charles Wesley
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Choir + keyboard
Modern classical music

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