What Wondrous Love Is This

I’ve written before about my love of the hymn What Wondrous Love Is This. That previous post included a stripped down recording of me singing the song, accompanied by guitar. This time I’m posting a more complex arrangement for piano. We used it last Sunday at COS as an accompaniment for congregational singing. After seeing how hard my pianist had to work (and hearing how sick of hearing it his wife became) and experiencing the difficulty the congregation had finding their note into the last verse, I think I may recast this as an instrumental anthem for piano and treble instrument. But I’ll let you be the judge. The piano is quite light in the recording, so you may want to look at the PDF while listening to the MP3.

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2 Responses to What Wondrous Love Is This

  1. Greg Scheer says:

    Here’s another recording from a recent service with an updated score: http://musicblog.gregscheer.com/COS-what_wondrous_love.mp3.

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