Amazing Grace (piano duet)
The words to this early Christian hymn, written in 1772 by the English poet and clergyman John Newton, have been associated with more than 20 melodies. In 1835 they were set by William Walker, an American composer, to the hymn tune “New Britain,” which is the version most commonly sung today. The message of hope, forgiveness, and redemption through the mercy of God is central in this piano duet arrangement, which uses the flowing movement of New Age styling to allow the performer to communicate expressively without words. One piano, four hands. Primo and secondo parts are both early intermediate level in difficulty. Purchase price is for two copies so you and your duet partner can each have one. 4 pages for each part, or 6 pages for the combined score. The PDF download contains both layouts so you can play from the one you prefer. Performance time: approximately 3:05. Included in the “Piano Duets: The Easier Sacred Collection” songbook. Also available for intermediate piano solo.
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