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Violin Optional Obbligato/Violin Accompaniment
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As a husband and father of four, I’ve really come to appreciate the powerful message of Love at Home. Consider one of my favorite lines: Sweeter sings the brooklet by / Brighter beams the azure sky / Oh, there’s One who smiles on high When there’s love at home. Truly, when we feel peace in our hearts and love in our family relationships (the most important relationships we have on earth), the world seems a better place. The hymn text uses lots of garden imagery and in the accompaniment I reference flowing water, blooming roses and bright, sparkling moments that suggest peace, tranquility and joy. The choral parts are simply and straight forward, with a little complexity at the climactic “Love at Home” near the end of the last verse.