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Brewer's Trumpet
organ solo

Composer David Ashley White
Use Processional, Weddings
$7 (U.S.) Released 6/95
Difficulty Moderately easy
Catalog no. 160-822

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"Don't let the title fool you: this is not a tribute to the city of Milwaukee or its baseball team! It is a setting of the composer's hymn tune BREWER ('We have come at Christ's own bidding') which can be found in New Songs of Rejoicing (also published by Selah). Even if you do not know or sing this tune, this easy-to-learn piece makes a highly suitable postlude for any joyous occasion and is adaptable to almost any organ, large or small, pipe or electronic. Recommended." -Cross Accent, January 1996

"This is a majestic march based on the composer's tune BREWER. While obviously it would be good to use the tune and organ piece in the same service, the piece stands well by itself and the original tune is not a prerequisite to its effective use and enjoyment. A fine piece which would be a refreshing change from the usual music at weddings, graduations, etc. Augsburg Fortress publishes a fine Transfiguration hymn-anthem on this tune by the composer." -AAM Journal, July/August 1997

A stately trumpet tune for organ, particularly useful for weddings and other festive occasions. No, it's not composed for beermakers: it's based on the composer's hymn tune named BREWER, a popular hymn by David Ashley White (found in anthem form from Augsburg Fortress "We have come at Christ's own bidding")



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