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Voicing/Instrumentation: Piano Solo

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Related song categories are:
Atonement/Mercy/Grace/Redemption
Courage
Diligence/Commitment/Endure to End
Easter
Faith
Gratitude/Thanksgiving
Missionary Work
Pioneers
Sacrifice
Strength
Temple
Trials
Trust in God
Work



Comments for this piece:
From Linda Hartman: If you haven't met Mike Bailey's music yet....you're in for a treat. This is a fun to play, full of emotion and feeling piece/ This is one REALLY TALENTED GUY!
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From Linda Hartman: If you haven't met Mike Bailey's music yet....you're in for a treat. This is a fun to play, full of emotion and feeling piece/ This is one REALLY TALENTED GUY!
5.0 stars.


From Linda Hartman: If you haven't met Mike Bailey's music yet....you're in for a treat. This is a fun to play, full of emotion and feeling piece/ This is one REALLY TALENTED GUY!
5.0 stars.





More about Michael Bailey:
My name is Michael Bailey and music has always been my first love in life. I graduated from BYU with a BA in Music and spent time in composition and orchestration and music recording. I enjoy getting feedback so please reach out to me if you listen and have comments!
Song background:

On a very spiritual low morning I found myself scrolling (people used to have to turn pages to do this!) through the hymns looking for something to turn myself around. I stopped at number 30. Who isn't inspired by the pioneers and the faith and courage they had? President Nelson spoke recently of 'spriritual momentum'. This arrangement was written to express that concept in a way. I didn't really realize it until hearing what the prophet said that day. The accompaniment begins with a steady 'walk' that passes through various stages of of momentum that we find ourselves in - strength and vigor, serenity and peace, pain and mourning, which is turned in the end (we all hope) to jubilation and everlasting momentum. This piece may require a little extra effort for some near the end with 3 over 2 patterns in left and right hands and octaves/large right hand chords. 

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