Amazing Grace, Gospel style for Trombone Duet (arr. David McKeown) by John Newton Sheet Music for Trombone Duet at Sheet Music Direct
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Amazing Grace, Gospel style for Trombone Duet (arr. David McKeown)by John Newton Trombone Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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This gospel version of Amazing Grace is arranged as a duet for two Trombones. Written in 1773 by John Newton and set to the traditional melody New Britain, Amazing Grace is perhaps the best-known and best-loved hymn in the world.

John Newton, led a dissolute life as sailor in the slave trade for many years before marriage, along with a close encounter with death at sea, dramatically changed his perspective. He lived out his later years as a devout and charismatic clergyman in the English countryside, renowned for his direct and personal style.

Amazing Grace is played three times, once in the traditional style in 3/4, then twice in a gospel swing style in 4/4. Click the link above to listen to a full Youtube performance of the Clarinet version of this duet.

Amazing Grace is suitable for players at an intermediate level and above, though some of the rhythms in the third verse may be a challenge for less experienced players. With a performance time of around three and a half minutes, this version of Amazing Grace is perfect for worship and concert performances, both formal and informal.

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