Praise to the Man #27 – with vocal countermelody


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Praise to the Man is hymn #27 in HYMNS of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (1985).

Text: William W. Phelps, 1792-1872

Music: Scottish folk song

Our arrangement (©2011 CC) includes:

SATB for organ or piano, the same SATB found in the current hymnbook of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Choir or congregation members singing SATB parts can use the regular hymnbook.

Enhanced piano accompaniment which can be used alone, or with the organ SATB as a piano/organ duet accompaniment for congregational singing.

Vocal countermelody which could be used on some verses.

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In this sample, you will first hear the organ playing the SATB intro.  The enhanced piano accompaniment joins in for the first sample verse, with the vocal countermelody joining both of them for the second.  You will definitely be reminded of the Scottish origins of this melody.  The repeated phrase in a minor key is to be played at the end of the piece.  Vocal countermelody may be sung by a soloist, small group, choir or played on a musical instrument.

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