THANKSGIVING MEDLEY (Clarinet/Piano with Clarinet Part)
by George Job Elvey
Clarinet Solo - Digital Sheet Music

Item Number: 19986123
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Clarinet,Piano - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.613095

Composed by Anonymous Dutch Folk Song, George Job Elvey, and Johann Cruger. Arranged by Gary Lanier. Contemporary,Sacred. Score and part. 11 pages. The Lanier Company #2031027. Published by The Lanier Company (A0.613095).

THANKSGIVING MEDLEY is an arrangement for solo clarinet and piano of the hymns: (1) COME YE THANKFUL PEOPLE, COME, (2) WE GATHER TOGETHER, (3) NOW THANK WE ALL OUR GOD. Ideal for the Thanksgiving season or anytime when people gather together to give thanks to God for His goodness grace. (11 pages) This intriguing arrangement begins by introducing a verse from each hymn, then builds to an incredible ending by intertwining motives from each hymn tune. Theme and variation is heard throughout. This arrangement is a WINNER!

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