This mid to late intermediate arrangement of the Doxology (also known as Praise God from Whom All Blessings Flow) features contemporary rhythms and harmonies that fall easily under even small hands. The simple beginning setting shifts quickly to a modern setting with more syncopation and energy. The ending is big, broad, and features two alternate endings!
Leveling of this Doxology piano arrangement
The smallest note values in this Doxology piano arrangement is the sixteenth note grouped in fours, making it easy to execute. No octaves are used except in the left hand and these are not done in succession, so they are not taxing.
Fingering suggestions are given throughout the score of the Doxology. The piece begins in the key of G major, modulates to D major and then returns to G major.
There are 2 possible endings, including one with a glissando. Both endings are big and grand!
Who will enjoy this Doxology
The pianist or student who wants to a big sound that is easy to play will enjoy this Doxology piano arrangement. In addition, pianists with small hands who struggle to play octaves will appreciate and enjoy this big sounding arrangement.
What is a studio license?
The studio license that comes with this Doxology piano arrangement licenses the purchasing teacher to print as many copies as needed or any student they directly teach. So it is like getting an unlimited supply of this piece for yourself and your students. It is not a multi-teacher license, so it can only be used by one teacher. However, it can be used by as many students as the purchasing teacher directly instructs on a regular basis.