Count Your Blessings - Keyboard Duet by Edwin O. Excell. Arranged by Sharon Wilson. For Piano, Piano Duet, For two keyboards: acoustic piano, digital or electronic keyboard, harpsichord, or synthesizer; 2 pianos, 4-hands. Sacred, Christian, Contemporary Christian, Gospel. Intermediate. Sheet Music Single, Set of Parts. Published by Sharon Wilson (S0.7690).
"This arrangement of the familiar hymn tune BLESSINGS by E. O. Excell is written for two keyboards, four hands. The tune is typically associated with the lyrics by Johnson Oatman, Jr. titled ""Count Your Blessings, Name Them One by One."" The piece sounds equally pleasing whether played on two acoustic pianos or played on two keyboards with unique sounds. Though frequently used during the Thanksgiving holiday season, this cheerful melody can be used any time of year to remind the listeners of God's many blessings. Beginning in the key of C major, the melody alternates between the two keyboards as the song progresses through the verse and chorus and then subtly changes to the key of D major while continuing to alternate the melody through another verse and chorus. Bright and energetic throughout, this dual keyboard duet is ideal for a postlude, offertory, or special music. Duration is about 2-1/2 minutes, however, it is easy to repeat from the key change if a slightly longer piece is needed. The purchase price includes the 6-page full score as well as the individual parts (3 pages each) thus allowing for fewer page turns".
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