The God of Abraham Praise

Church of the Servant’s Lessons & Carols service is this Sunday at 6pm. I usually try to write something special for the occasion, and this time it’s an arrangement of the hymn “The God of Abraham Praise” which is paired with the scripture reading about God’s promise to Abraham. I’ve been working like a crazy person trying to finish it in time for tomorrow’s rehearsal. Now I’m done and the strings get to work like crazy people practicing it for Sunday. For their, and your, edification is Maestro Finale conducting the Synthetic Orchestra in a rousing rendition of The God of Abraham Praise.

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7 Responses to The God of Abraham Praise

  1. Chris Snyder says:

    I like it – you should try to get it published by someone.

    • gregscheer says:

      Thanks Chris. Do you have any ideas of a publisher that publishes music for congregation and orchestra? Preferably a small or newer publisher that makes their music available online as well as in print? Even better if they offered a free program to transpose parts, just in case customers don’t have a particular instrument? Any suggestions? ; )

  2. Kristen says:

    I get the feeling after listening to this that the strings are not going to be the only ones working like crazy people practicing it for Sunday! Sounds like the oboe and flute get invited to the party too?

  3. jonathan808 says:

    I enjoyed listening to your rendition. Have a great Sunday of worship.

  4. God bless you, I like the arrangement of the hymn, I am interested if you have the score.
    I also do arrangements and I have many hymns. If you want we can exchange scores. My email is gerkrismusic(@)

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