How Great Thou Art inspired by The Brooklyn Tabernacle version and custom arranged for SSATB choir, soloists, and full orchestra with full rhythm and percussion | Music | Gospel and Spiritual

How Great Thou Art inspired by The Brooklyn Tabernacle version and custom arranged for SSATB choir, soloists, and full orchestra with full rhythm and percussion

How Great Thou Art inspired by The Brooklyn Tabernacle version and custom arranged for SSATB choir, soloists, and full orchestra with full rhythm and percussion HGTA SATB ORCH
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This is inspired by the BTC version and captures much of the nuances.  The interesting idea behind this arrangement is that it begins with a strong synth feel (alla David Foster 1990s) then moves to a traditional orchestra feel.  Then it moves to a hip-hop feel and then ends with a epic traditional ending. Note that French horns are used in the beginning and end and saxes play the middle hip-hop section. But both sets of instruments are cues for each other.

 

Parts include separate parts for SSATB choir, Solos, piano, (also rehearsal piano with all vocals), bass, drums, guitar, percussion for 3-4 players including tympani, triangle, timbales, shaker, bar chimes, congas, Concert Bass Drum with Cymbals, chimes, bells, and tambourine.  Winds include 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets and 2 bassoons.  Brass include 4 horns, 2 alto saxes, tenor sax, baritone, 3 trombones, tuba and 4 trumpets.  Full strings 2111.

 

As a bonus you will receive 5 charts for synth parts.  You can also upload wave files for the synth parts as well as the percussion parts and string parts if desired.

 

Note that on the recordings and video score the choir and solos are not heard.  Also the drum rhythm is not heard as the scoring uses “slashes” for cues and beats. Since there are so many tracks the recording is a rough mix.

 

Look for a vocal and rhythm only version here on this web site.

 

Video Score: https://youtu.be/j5hCmZxIdXY

 

Original:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOoTueC1cow

This is inspired by the BTC version and captures much of the nuances. The interesting idea behind this arrangement is that it begins with a strong synth feel (alla David Foster 1990s) then moves to a traditional orchestra feel. Then it moves to a h
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