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Title: All Things Bright and Beautiful


Voicing/Format: Unison 2 Part
Publisher: Harold Flammer, Inc.
Arranger: Page, Anna Laura
Catalog #: 35028760
Series: Exaltation Choral Price: $2.50

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** Stanton’s Staff Selection - 2014 **

Uses: General, Hymn ArrangementScripture: Genesis 1; Psalm 104:24-31
This delightful setting of the cherished hymn, All Things Bright and Beautiful, makes a splendid selection for older elementary choirs or any choir of unison or 2-part voices. After singing the familiar ROYAL OAK tune on stanza 1, a new melody spotlights stanza 2. The two melodies join together on stanza 3 in traditional partner-song fashion before concluding with a final restatement of the timeless refrain. Optional flute and finger cymbals sweetly compliment the piano accompaniment during the song's introduction, interludes, and conclusion. Available separately: Unison/2-Part Treble, CelebrationTrax CD. Duration: ca. 3:45

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