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Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, Harp Solo

Digital Sheet Music

By John Wyeth

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Harp - Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by John Wyeth. Arranged by Jodi Ann Tolman. Christian, Sacred, Praise & Worship, Latter-Day Saints, General Worship. Individual Part, Sheet Music Single, Solo Part. 2 pages. Published by Jodi Ann Tolman (S0.203939).

Item Number: S0.203939

This is a unique arrangement of this classic hymn. It is written in 4/4 time instead of this song's traditional 3/4 time signature, creating a beautiful, extended sound. The first verse has a simple melody line with an interesting left-hand accompaniment. The introduction is heard again as an interlude between verses. The second verse mimics the first verse, but adds an embellished melody line creating a beautiful and unique arrangement.

This arrangement can be played on both lever and pedal harps. There are no lever or pedal changes. It is written in the key of B flat, with no key changes.

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Chloe
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 17, 2019 An easy and beautiful arrangement

    I really enjoy this arrangement. I consider myself a beginner or early intermediate, because harp is not my primary instrument and I just started taking lessons again this year to help me become a more competent player. This arrangement is one of my favorite hymns, and it's very easy...

    to learn - if I can sight-read it comfortably, I think anyone can. I love that there's a YouTube video to go with it to help you as you learn. The harmonies are somewhat predictable and repetitive (which helps a learner), but each chord is well-chosen and sounds lovely. I think it's usually written in 3/4 rather than 4/4, so there are more pauses between phrases than usual, but that gives the player breathing room as you get ready for the next phrase (that helps eliminate the pauses that I sometimes have as I learn a piece on harp). I'm really glad Jodi Ann Tolman decided to include this hymn in her arrangements, and she's one of my go-to arrangers for beautiful and easy versions of songs that I love.

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  • 5

    Chloe
    Difficulty Level:
    Beginner
  • February 17, 2019 An easy and beautiful arrangement

    I really enjoy this arrangement. I consider myself a beginner or early intermediate, because harp is not my primary instrument and I just started taking lessons again this year to help me become a more competent player. This arrangement is one of my favorite hymns, and it's very easy...

    to learn - if I can sight-read it comfortably, I think anyone can. I love that there's a YouTube video to go with it to help you as you learn. The harmonies are somewhat predictable and repetitive (which helps a learner), but each chord is well-chosen and sounds lovely. I think it's usually written in 3/4 rather than 4/4, so there are more pauses between phrases than usual, but that gives the player breathing room as you get ready for the next phrase (that helps eliminate the pauses that I sometimes have as I learn a piece on harp). I'm really glad Jodi Ann Tolman decided to include this hymn in her arrangements, and she's one of my go-to arrangers for beautiful and easy versions of songs that I love.

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