O God Beyond All Praising
Unison choir, 4-part choir, 2 B-flat trumpets, 2 trombones (horn in lieu of trombone 1), & timpani
Composed by Gustav Holst (1874-1934). Arranged by Mark Hayes. Hymntune, General Worship, Sacred. Brass parts. Published by Hope Publishing Company (HP.C5767B).
Item Number: HP.C5767B
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Text by Michael Perry. Scriptural Reference: Psalms 8:4, Psalms 27:4, Psalms 50:2, Psalms 116:17, Psalms 130:5, Ecclesiastes 12:13, Lamentations 3:41.
Michael Perry's popular hymn text speaks of praising God no matter what life brings our way, for God is so amazing that no song can truly express the depth of our gratitude. Set in equal parts unison and four-part homophonic style, this is ideal for general worship and perfect as an introit. The conclusion is a polyphonic coda of "Alleluias" based on the THAXTED tune that builds to a glorious finish. The Brass packet contains a Conductor's Score and parts for 2 B-flat Trumpets, 2 Trombones (Horn in lieu of Trombine 1), & Timpani.