Hymns of Praise and Worship (v.1) for Unaccompanied Flute
Arranged by Carolyn Krysl-Hutchinson
I regularly play the flute and alto flute for prelude and offertory at the Presbyterian church we have attended for over twenty-five years. It’s a wonderful church with excellent teaching and the music mainly consists of hymns, canticles, and psalms. I have arranged these hymns specifically for solo flute with the following in mind:
+ We play for the glory of the Lord and not our own. I have endeavored to be creative without including passages that are too flashy or virtuosic.
+ Each hymn expresses biblical truth and have been tested by time.
+ They should be accessible for amateur and professional flutists alike. —– Carolyn Krysl-Hutchinson
Lyrics and Lyricists
Crown Him with Many Crowns (George J. Elvey)
O Worship the King, All Glorious Above (Joseph Martin Kraus)
Praise Him! Praise Him! (Chester G. Allen)
Medley #1 : Thee We Adore, Eternal Lord (Frederick Marc Antoine Venua) Alleluia, Sing to Jesus! (Rowland H. Prichard) To God Be the Glory (William H. Doane)
Medley #2 : Praise My Soul, the King of Heaven (John Goss) Fairest Lord Jesus (Schlesiche Volkslieder) Rejoice! The Lord is King (John Darwall)
Medley #3 : Let All Mortal Flesh Keep Silence (17th Century French Melody) The God of Abraham Praise (Sacred Harmony 1780) The King of Glory (Israeli Folk Song)
Medley #4: Holy God, We Praise Thy Name (Katholisches Gesangbuch) Immortal, Invisible, God Only Wise (Welsh Hymn Medley) All Creatures of Our God and King (Geistliche Kirchengesange)