music cover-Ten Sacred Melodies 250

Ten Sacred Melodies for Flute and Violin (unaccompanied)

These hymn arrangements were written for a professional duo. As such, they were designed to be challenging for the performers, but accessible and appealing to listeners; arr. 1997

Score and Parts $14.00

 Lord’s My Shepherd  -tune: “Brother James’ Air” by James Leith Macbeth Bain (1840-1925)  – view score – listen

Come, All Christians, Be Committed – tune: “Beach Spring” attributed to B. F. White, from The Sacred Harp, 1844 – view score – listen

What Wondrous Love Is This – tune: “Wondrous Love” from William Walker’s Southern Harmony, 1840 – view score – listen

Be Thou My Vision – tune: “Slane” an Irish folk melody – view score – listen

And Can It Be? – tune: “Sagina” by Thomas Campbell, 1812 – view score

God, Who Made the Earth and Heaven – tune “Ar Hyd Y Nos” Welsh melody – view score – listen

O, When Shall I See Jesus?  – tune: “The Morning Trumpet” by B. F. White, from The Sacred Harp, 1844 – view score – listen

Eternal God, Whose Power Upholds – tune: “Forest Green” traditional English melody – view score

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty  – “Lobe den Herren” from Choral Book for England, 1864 – view score

Fairest Lord Jesus  – tune: “Crusader’s Hymn” from Schlesische Volkslieder, 1842 – view score