Epiphany (Arrangements)

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  • As With Gladness / For the Beauty of the Earth (DIX)

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    This Just Add People arrangement of the hymn tune DIX includes a stately piano accompaniment as well as an alternate, more active accompaniment for select verses. It can be used with any text sung to DIX, including “As with Gladness Men of Old” and “For the Beauty of the Earth.”

    Piano accompaniment for congregational singing.

  • Brightest and Best

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    Brightest and Best of the Stars of the Morning,” written by Reginald “Holy, Holy, Holy” Heber in 1811, wonderfully ties together the visit of the Magi with our own offerings to Christ. This Just Add People arrangement uses verses 3 and 4 of Heber’s text and makes a great offertory hymn.

    Piano accompaniment for congregational singing.

  • DIX – instrumental introduction

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    A simple orchestral introduction to the hymn tune DIX, adaptable to any four-part ensemble. DIX is most often used with the texts “For the Beauty of the Earth” and “As with Gladness Men of Old.” (This is a different arrangement from the Just Add People product for the same tune. Find that piano arrangement here.)

    Four-part instrumental arrangement, with parts for instruments in C, Bb, Eb, and F.

  • O Splendor of God’s Glory Bright

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    PUER NOBIS is one of the great hymn tunes of the Church and is matched with many texts, including “O Splendor of God’s Glory Bright” and “On Jordan’s Banks the Baptist’s Cry.” I tried to bring out its folk song flavor in a way that often gets lost in the four-part hymnal arrangement. (Note: the demo above uses the text “On Jordan’s Banks.”)

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