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A Hymn of Beginnings

$4.99

 

For Bassoon and Piano

The tune BUNESSAN is a traditional Gaelic melody first printed in 1888 as the setting of Mary MacDonald’s carol “Child in the Manger.” The tune was named after Mary’s birthplace on the Isle of Mull off Scotland’s western coast. BUNESSAN is commonly associated with hymns celebrating new beginnings: the aforementioned “Child in the Manger,” then the 1931 creation-celebrating hymn “Morning Has Broken,” and the more recent but lesser-known 1982 hymn “Baptized in Water.”  The title of this piece, “A Hymn of Beginnings,” recognizes that association.

Duration: ~3’00”

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Fairest Friend

$9.99

Flute, Horn or Trombone, Piano, Drum Set, Strings/Synth

Fairest Friend combines the beloved hymn tune from “What a Friend We Have in Jesus” and “Fairest Lord Jesus” in a duet for C Flute and Horn in F (or trombone) with piano accompaniment. Full score and parts are included in the package, including parts for optional drum set, bass guitar, and synthesizer (or strings). Any or all of the optional parts may be included as needed but the piece works well with just the piano accompaniment also.

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Fingal’s Fantasy

$3.99

For Solo Piano

Fingal’s Fantasy is an original work for solo piano using three, synthesized, seven-pitch scales derived from the first three variations of the opening theme in Felix Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture, better known as Fingal’s Cave. Fingal’s Fantasy is a three part work in which each section uses one of the three scales with each section appearing in a contrasting style. Mendelssohn’s original motive can be clearly heard in the treatment of the first scale and appears more heavily disguised in other sections …

Duration: ~5:45

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