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Commitment (Band Gr. 4)

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Genre: Solo Trombone/Euphonium with Band
# of Players: Standard
Level: 4 | Duration: 3:50
Publisher: TradeWinds | Copyright: 2011

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    After creating a solo euphonium setting of Lloyd Scott's beautiful song I Have Not Much to Give Thee, Lord, Stephen Bulla took it a step further and added wind band accompaniment. The gorgeous simplicity of the melodic line will appeal to performers and listeners alike.

    Genre: Solo Trombone/Euphonium with Band | # of Players: Standard
    Level: 4 | Duration: 3:50

    Instrumentation
    Solo Trombone or Euphonium

    Flute 1
    Flute 2
    Oboe 1
    Oboe 2
    B-flat Clarinet 1
    B-flat Clarinet 2
    B-flat Clarinet 3
    Bass Clarinet
    Bassoon
    Alto Saxophone 1
    Alto Saxophone 2
    Tenor Saxophone
    Baritone Saxophone

    B-flat Trumpet 1
    B-flat Trumpet 2
    B-flat Trumpet 3
    Horn in F 1 & 2
    Horn in F 3 & 4
    Trombone 1
    Trombone 2
    Trombone 3
    Euphonium
    Tuba
    String Bass

    Percussion 1 (Glockenspiel, Timpani, Bell Tree)
    Percussion 2 (Triangle, Side Drum, Suspended Cymbal, Bass Drum)

    Program Notes
    Salvationist composer Lloyd Scott wrote a beautiful vocal setting of the old song I Have Not Much to Give Thee, Lord. The words and original melody were both written by Richard Slater, who is affectionately known as 'the father of Salvation Army music.'

    Lloyd Scott's new tune was arranged by Stephen Bulla as a euphonium solo and published in the Salvation Army's American Band Journal in 2005.

    We are delighted to present this beautiful solo in a new transcription for either trombone or euphonium with wind band accompaniment. The beautiful simplicity of the melodic line will undoubtedly appeal on a simply musical level. However, association with the lyrics of the song will undoubtedly enhance understanding by performers and listeners alike:

    And is it so? A gift for me
    Dost thou, dear Lord, request?
    Then speak thy will, what'er it be:
    Obeying, I am blest.

    I have not much to give thee, Lord,
    For that great love which made thee mine:
    I have not much to give thee, Lord,
    But all I have is thine

    - Richard Slater

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