Count Your Blessings #241 – BUNDLE

SKU: SM83BUNDLE

$9.50 USD

Description

Count Your Blessings is hymn #241 in HYMNS of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Text: Johnson Oatman Jr., 1856-1922

Music:  Edwin O. Excell, 1851-1921

Public domain

Congregation Choir arrangements ©2015

REMEMBER – SINGERS SINGING THE MELODY OR SATB PARTS CAN USE THE REGULAR HYMNBOOK.

BUNDLE INCLUDES 10 COPIES OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING (This bundle contains two versions of the piano accompaniment): 

  1. Hymn master score with hymnbook SATB, enhanced piano accompaniment (easier version) and vocal countermelody
  2. Hymn master score with hymnbook SATB, enhanced piano accompaniment (harder version) and vocal countermelody
  3. Hymn master score with hymnbook SATB, enhanced piano accompaniment (easier version) and instrumental countermelody
  4. Hymn master score with hymnbook SATB, enhanced piano accompaniment (harder version) and instrumental countermelody
  5. Vocal countermelody score
  6. Practice Track #1 – mp3 of vocal countermelody (Soprano) – 2 verses, no intro
  7. Practice Track #2 – mp3 of vocal countermelody (Tenor) – 2 verses, no intro
  8. Instrumental countermelody score
  9. Practice Track #3 – mp3 of instrumental countermelody – 2 verses, no intro
  10. Enhanced piano accompaniment score (easier version) – for ease of use for pianists
  11. Enhanced piano accompaniment score (harder version) – for ease of use for pianists
  12. Practice Track #4– mp3 of enhanced piano accompaniment with intro and all 4 verses

Click to enlarge the sample pages in our photo gallery to the left and listen to samples of this arrangement below.  DOWNLOAD instructions are shown in the photo gallery to the left – or DOWNLOAD the instructions HERE.

In the first sample, we first hear the organ playing the SATB intro.  The enhanced piano accompaniment joins in on the first verse and the vocal countermelody, sung by soprano voices, joins in on the second verse.

In the second sample, we again hear the organ intro.  The enhanced piano accompaniment joins in on the first verse and the instrumental countermelody, played by a flute, is added on the second verse.

 

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