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This newer hymn tune (in comparison to the much older "St. Denio," or "Joanna")is the product of one of my many London walks during my younger years. Hence its inspiration was similar to that of "Park Lane" and "Oxford Street," which are the march and trio themes of "Day of Peace and Gladness," which also is at this site. As in the case of most of my hymn settings, the music came to me mostly all at once. In this instance, by the time I returned to the hostel where I was staying, the melody and harmony were completely in place mentally, and I settled on the text not long afterward.
I fashioned this string orchestral arrangement in 2008 either to accompany performances of the hymn (with a full strophe as introduction prior to commencement of singing) or to be played independently as a processional, recessional, offertory, or other ceremonial piece. It should be done with a rather large string orchestra, since both the first and second violin parts divide on the final strophe. Also, more than the usual complement of violas should be employed since they get the melody on the third sung strophe. I classify this arrangement as moderately difficult since both violin parts involve playing above first position with clean articulation for more than a note or two at a time in some spots toward the end.
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Reviews of IMMORTAL, INVISIBLE, GOD ONLY WISE (string orchestral accompaniment, alternate tune: "Whitehall")
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