Alleluia (Counterpoint to hymn #81)
About the Song
This is a simple melody, sung on one word–“Alleluia”–throughout. The melody stays between c’ and d”.
It is written as a counterpoint to “Press Forward, Saints,” #81 in the 1985 LDS hymnal. The music is printed on a half-sheet so it will slip inside your hymnbook. I suggest using it with the last verse only.
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I love your music!! Thank you!
I have a question regarding the counterpoint melody for “Press Forward Saints”. I’m wondering who sings the counterpoint (Altos? A soloist? etc.) and what the remainder of the choir sings. Should they all sing the melody in unison, or will they be singing SATB?
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Diane, the counterpoint can be sung by a soloist or a section. The choir can sing the parts or unison. The counterpoint could also be done by an instrument. It’s made to be pretty versatile.