Samuel a ward materna sheet music

Oct 01, 2019 · Materna (America the Beautiful) for Flute Choir for Flute,Woodwind Choir or Ensemble,Flute Choir – 4 C flutes and Bass flute written by Samuel Ward. The format of this sheet music is Score,Set of Parts and it’s published by Adams Magnificent Music.

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Later, he owned a music store, played the organ at Grace Episcopal Church in Newark, and composed music. Ward wrote the melody for 'Materna' on his way home from a trip to Coney Island, an amusement park at a beach in Brooklyn, New York. The tune just popped into his head as he stood riding on the boat back to Newark. Instantly view and print Samuel A. Ward Concert Band sheet music online — America, the Beautiful: Flute. This is a downloadable sheet music PDF file that can be viewed directly on a desktop computer, tablet or mobile device. After purchasing and downloading the digital sheet music file, you can view or print it any time. Just purchase, download, print, and perform! JW Pepper ® is your sheet music store for band, orchestra and choral music, piano sheet music, worship songs, songbooks and more. ... Samuel A. Ward / Rich Heffler ...

Her poem, America the Beautiful first appeared in print in The Congregationalist, a weekly journal, on July 4, 1895. The music (from a piece named "Materna,") was composed by Samuel A. Ward in 1882, nearly a decade before the poem was written. Gallery: Samuel Ward, author of America the Beautiful music ... are making a concerted effort to find the 124-year-old original sheet music to a composition called "Materna," written by church ... However, in 1904 a Baptist preacher, Clarence A. Barbour determined that words so spiritual and inspired needed a tune that was also inspired, not simply written. He turned to his library of Christian songbooks to find a melody that would fit. He found Samuel Ward’s hymn tune MATERNA and realized he had found it. Ward had originally written the music, Materna, for the hymn O Mother dear, Jerusalem in 1882, though it was not first published until 1892.Ward's music combined with the Bates poem was first published in 1910 and titled America the Beautiful.