COME SUNDAY
for Brass Quintet
by Duke Ellington
arranged by David P. Miller

I was browsing through the United Methodist Hymnal a few years ago and was astounded to find a hymn by none other than Duke Ellington! 

I played through it on the piano, and was thrilled to hear the lush jazz harmonies that could only come from The Duke.

As much as I liked this tune, I could never convince a pianist or choir to perform it, because they just couldn't grasp what Duke was about. Well I just couldn't NOT play it, so I arranged it for Brass Quintet, and that's what we have here.

As you no doubt know, a Brass Quintet, even with only five voices, can sound much larger, and that's how this arrangement is written. You still get the gorgeous chords, the great jazz progressions so typical of Ellington. 

But this piece is something more. It's a hymn, it's lifting the glory to God. I absolutely love it when we are able to glorify God in an unusual way. And this arrangement sure fills the bill. 

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