Amazing Grace arr. Monty Bennett

Amazing Grace arr. Monty Bennett

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Arranged by R. Monty Bennett, it will be published later this year. Information on purchase will be posted here. (c) R. Monty Bennett This piec

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Arranged by R. Monty Bennett, it will be published later this year. Information on purchase will be posted here. (c) R. Monty Bennett

This piece was first composed when I was the Assoc. Director of Music and Organist at Calvary Church in Charlotte, NC. It is designed to demonstrate the colors of the organ, as well as the dynamic spectrum of the organ. Both the Calvary organ, and the Ruffatti organ of Friendship Missionary Baptist Church include theatre organ stops, which are used on the third stanza.

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    What a shame! Sounds like an ugly cheap jazzband.
    disgusting! I had to throw up!

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    Praise God for his amazing Grace.

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    That low end… Tubular brah!

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    Absolutely beautiful!! Amen!!!

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    Any sheet music available?

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    Hello
    Does anyone know if the music was ever made available. If so from where might I obtain a copy.

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    いやw音ちっさw

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    When you play from your heart it sounds so much more than you will ever find on a score.

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    Starting @ 3:04 WOW! The Wurlitzer sound.

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    That was absolutely beautiful!!!! Brought tears to my eyes. The Lord God Almighty and the King of Instruments is alive and well, in Charlotte NC!

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    Again your mastery of the organ shines through. Your musical skills and talent is God given. Thankyou. Have you published this arrangement of Amazing Grace as I would love to buy this. Just amazing.

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    心が洗われる

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    What year was this instrument installed?

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    This just sounds amazing. I am curious to know, though, how much of this organ rank-wise is Ruffatti pipe and how much of it rank-wise is Marshall and Ogletree? The most famous Ruffattis that you hear are Coral Ridge Presbyterian, Davies Symphony Hall, (former) Crystal Cathedral and they are very bright and almost brash – understanding that was the mode of tonal design at that time. However, this Ruffatti is warm and lush and very full, almost orchestral in sound. Again, this goes back to my original question about the ratio of Ruffatti pipework to Marshall and Ogletree electronics. Thanks for any information you can provide.

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    WOW! SO AMAAAAAAAZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZING!

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    I'd like to purchase the sheet music for this – it's absolutely lovely. Has it been published yet?

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    MAESTRO I JUST THROWED MY TORAH ACROSS THE SHUL BCUZ I'M FITTIN TO SHOUT! MY G-D!

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    What stops are you using in the beginning

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    I am in awe!! You are truly blessed and thank you for blessing us with your talent! Just love the theatre organ sound.

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    Such an awesome ministering in music. Joy very well done sir. God bless you.

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    News: I found out Mr Bennett had some problem with the first publisher and he is looking for another company to publish this piece. Hopefully, he will find someone else to publish it soon.

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    I sincerely thank you for posting this. The way Mr. Bennett has the stops set when using the lower two keyboards, he really hearkens back to the Wurlitzer days! Furthermore, this blend of tones and lovely arrangement has the power to jerk the tears right out of my eyes! Again, thank you!

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    Where can i get the sheet music ?

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