Arranging a Vision

I first made an arrangement of the hymn “Be Thou My Vision” for a combination of soprano, flute and harp several years ago. Later I adapted that version as the last movement of my set of short pieces for flute and piano, A Flutist’s Sketchbook. Now I have made what I expect will be the final version, for soprano (possibly mezzo) and piano. I intend this to be part of a set with an earlier arrangement of “How Can I Keep From Singing?”, and a yet-to-be-completed arrangement of “What Wondrous Love is This?”, though they can be performed separately. I imagine these as more concert pieces than liturgical music, though I certainly won’t stop you if you want to do them in church. I’m putting the first couple of pages of both completed arrangements on the score excerpts page – hit the link above. Be in touch via jamesprimosch at gmail.com to inquire about purchasing a PDF of either or both songs.

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