DetailsThis is Philip Wilby's setting of Isaac Watts' famous hymn. The first two verses are in unison over a gentle ryhthmic ostinato in the piano. Verse 3 goes into 4-part harmony and has a little more movement and a more developed piano part. Verse 4 returns to the opening tempo. The original melody in the alto and bass and has a counter-melodies in the soprano and tenor, after which the piece is brought to a quiet close by a solo soprano with the piano ostinato continuing underneath.
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Catalogue No. A3107 Publisher R. Smith & Co Contents