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Voicing/Instrumentation: SATB, Cello Duet/Cello Ensemble Member(s), Violin Duet/Violin Ensemble Member(s)

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Related song categories are:
Aaronic Priesthood
Book of Mormon
Heaven/Celestial Kingdom
Joseph Smith
Second Coming/Millenium

Comments for this piece:
From Melinda: I would give this 10 stars if I could. I have never heard such an exquisite, creative, and beautifully haunting arrangement of this song. Richard Tolbert is a genius.
5.0 stars.

More about Richard Tolbert:
I don’t come from a very musical family. I started playing saxophone in 7th grade. Thanks to a wonderful private lesson teacher and parents who sacrificed when times were hard, I discovered a passion for music. I went on to study music in college and earned a BA in Music from the University of Utah. I’ve been composing and arranging music in my spare time for over 15 years. Although I’m a sales professional by trade, I’ve never intended to try and make money off of my music. I simply compose for the love I have of sharing my music with those who want to use it.
Song background:

A 2016 arrangement of Angels We Have Heard on High for SATB choir, violin, cello and piano.  I make much use of musical echoes in this arrangement, which departs from the most common tune’s chorus but keeps the melody of the verse.  The arrangement is a bit somber, but provides for enough of a departure from the typical rendition so as to provide some variety.

Angels We Have Heard on High (by Richard Tolbert)

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