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  • buricco
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    Interesting... "The day of resurrection" to ELLACOMBE and "There's a wideness in God's mercy" to BEECHER, I wouldn't have thought of those o.o. I've usually seen the former to LANCASHIRE, and the latter either to WELLESLEY or IN BABILONE. (Then again, I find it unusual when "Take my life and let it be" is set to HENDON or "I sing th'almighty power of God" to ELLACOMBE and apparently those are pretty common pairings.)

    Of course, I doubt many people would consider "Lift up your heads, ye mighty gates" to DEUS TUORUM MILITUM (the tune I printed it with), since usually TRURO's used for that.

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  • Sean Jackson
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    Hi everyone,

    Here are a few of my hymn reharmonizations.

    The zip file has reharmonizations of the following eight hymns:

    Christ Upon the Mountain Peak (Mowsely)
    How Sweet The Name of Jesus Sounds (St. Peter)
    There's A Wideness in God's Mercy (Beecher)
    Jesus, Lover of My Soul (Aberystwyth)
    Guide Me, O Thou Great Jehovah (Cwm Rhondda)
    And Can It Be (Sagina)
    All Glory, Laud and Honor (Valet will ich dir geben)
    The Day of Resurrection (Ellacombe)

    You can hear them all via my YouTube channel. The project I started back in February is to present a reharmonized hymn each week (suitable for the following Sunday in the church calendar year).

    Hope you enjoy them!

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  • geoffbrown
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    thats a great site thanks for posting

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  • myorgan
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    Of course by now, everyone knows about IMSLP at: imslp.org

    Michael

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  • buricco
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    I've got my own http://mus.buric.co/ if anyone would like, these are all my (admittedly mediocre) harmonizations and/or arrangements.

    There's some overlap with the LDS.org link above as to content.

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  • Clarion
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    What a great idea!!

    One source I like is:

    https://www.lds.org/music/index/hymn...g=eng#nullLink

    I like the feature that allows you to transpose the score into your key of choice before printing. And if you wish to store the score in PDF format, then a really neat printer utility, Bullzip PDF Printer can be added to your resident printers, allowing to print whatever might have gone to a printer, to a PDF file instead of a printed hard copy.

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