Amazing Grace (Anonymous)

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Performances

Naxos

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For 2 Flugelhorns, Bass Trombone and Tuba (Rondeau)

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Michrond (2020/2/4)

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Publisher Info. Michel Rondeau, 2020.
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Sheet Music

Scores

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Carolus (2014/5/3)

Arranger William Walker (1809-75), harmonization
Publisher. Info. The Southern Harmony (p.8)
Philadelphia: E.W. Miller, 1854.
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Arrangements and Transcriptions

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For Mixed Chorus, Bagpipes and Wind Band (Ørskov)
See: Amazing Grace by Rasmus Ørskov
For Bells and Orchestra (Fine)
See: Amazing Grace by Marshall Fine
For 2 Flugelhorns, Bass Trombone and Tuba (Rondeau)

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Michrond (2020/2/4)

Arranger Michel Rondeau (b. 1948)
Publisher. Info. Michel Rondeau, 2020.
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For 2 Violins (Crawford)
See: Amazing Grace by Michael Crawford
For Guitar (Mourey)
See: Amazing Grace by Colette Mourey
For Viola (Fine)

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Elainefine (2020/3/15)

Arranger Elaine Fine (b. 1959)
Publisher. Info. Elaine Fine, 2020.
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General Information

Work Title Amazing Grace
Alternative. Title New Britain ; Harmony Grove
Composer Anonymous
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. IA 31
Key C major
Text Incipit Amazing grace! How sweet the sound
First Publication. 1835 in The Southern Harmony
Librettist John Newton (1725-1807)
Language English
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation mixed chorus (SSB)
External Links Wikipedia article
The Southern Harmony, 1854 ed. (p.8)

Misc. Comments

This page refers only to the familiar New Britain melody, not to other settings of Newton's text.