All Good Gifts

for mixed choir and piano or orchestra

This setting of the traditional Harvest hymn, “We plough the fields and scatter”, is written in popular style, a little syncopated. The choir parts are mainly in Unison, with short passages in harmony (SATB). There is also a simple Unison part for the audience/congregation to join in (“All good gifts around us”), and simple percussion parts could easily be added. The piece could be performed by children or adults, or both together, and though primarily intended for harvest, could fit into any service or concert of thanksgiving. The accompaniment is for piano or organ. (There is also an arrangement available for brass quintet.)

SKU: GTT-017 Categories: ,
Voicing: SATB
Season or Event: General, Harvest
Descriptive Tags: Nature, Praise
Difficulty: Beginners
Instrumentation: Piano
Language: English
Duration: 5-10 Minutes

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