Think Thee That I Would Desert Thee?

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Many people have received comfort and inspiration from this dramatic song which draws a comparison between the challenges and experiences of mortality and earth's perils such as 'seering deserts, raging oceans, and icy mountain peaks'; but then gives much hope by continuing - "…as the sun comes piercing Causing the darkness to cease, I hear the voice of my Father, And feel a most infinite peace." Our Father's voice is brought to our remembrance with the words: "Think thee that I would desert thee? Think thee that I do not care? Know thee that I would not give thee more than thou canst bear?" From the Musical Drama: "As I have Loved You" this piece is scored for Vocal Solo with SATB Choir/piano OR orchesta accompaniment, and concludes with a repeat of the "Think Thee motive" played by Violin Solo (or other instrument of choice.) To see/listen to this selection go to my website at To obtain a complete score and script of the musical drama "As I Have Loved You" e-mail Karlyn Brett at or phone: 509-327-7155

Score ID
Year of composition
Winnifred Brickley Mason
Difficult (Grades 7+)
6 minutes
Voice + keyboard

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