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Comments for this piece:
From Daniel Dyer : Very fun song. The arrangement and interpretation of this song was very enjoyable. It's variety is wonderful and keeps things interesting. It is not a song for the beginning singer.
5.0 stars.


From Daniel Dyer : Very fun song. The arrangement and interpretation of this song was very enjoyable. It's variety is wonderful and keeps things interesting. It is not a song for the beginning singer.
5.0 stars.





More about Brian D. Petersen:
A veteran choral and vocal music educator with more than 37 years of teaching experience in both Idaho and Utah, Brian D. Petersen is past choir director at Bear River High School in Garland, UT. He retired from teaching in 2018 and continues to offer his talents as director of the Bear River Valley Chorale and as a member of the American Festival Chorus. He is an active composer and arranger of music for voice, choir, and instrumental. He is a former member of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and has Bachelor's and Master's degrees in secondary music education from Utah State University. Brian and his wife Carol are parents to seven daughters and grandparents to fourteen. They are involved in a long-term fruit and nut tree research project with the College of Agriculture at Utah State University.
Song background:

One of the iconic hymns from the LDS repertoire is "Come, Come, Ye Saints." It fills a very special place in our hearts and testimonies of the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. This setting provides he opportunity for the confident vocal soloist to sing in either a sacrament meeting, fireside, or other program. The 3rd verse puts a unique twist on the melody, and the 4th verse incorporates the hymn tune, "Nearer, My God, to Thee" into the piano accompaniment. Either a tenor or soprano vocal soloist is suggested.

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