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More about Brian Richey:
I have been ward organist for over twenty years. Recently, I decided to start arranging hymns during service to enchance the spirit and overall feeling of the sacrament service. It was during my mission to Salt Lake City that I came to know Mack Wilberg and his beautiful arrangements. I started looking forward to GC just so I could hear his new music. Then Ryan Murphy came along and the music became better and better each conference. Just so everyone knows, what I do is write arrangements for each Sunday to accompany the congregation as they sing and I share it with you. My goal is to have my own hymn book. I'm at about 100/350 so far. Thanks to Jim Kasen, with or without his encouragement or scolding critiques, I wouldn't be doing this. I hope you enjoy. P.S. I've been doing this for about 3 years now. Its obvious which ones I did 3 years ago and what I'm doing now. With the new Musescore 4, I'm sure the pieces will become more and more dynamic.
Song background:

This is a solo arrangement of Wilberg's Come Thou Font. I've loved this piece for nearly 2 decades and his arrangement put him at the pinnacle of his career. Problem is you can't just play the accompaniment. So I add the soprano, alto, tenor in addition to the accompaniment without trying to make it sound mudded. The problem I'm facing now is do I practice it first or just go ahead and play for prelude before church tomorrow. We shall see!

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