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More about Michelle M Hylton:
Michelle Hylton is a pianist and piano teacher who loves helping people succeed. She tailors lessons to the individual goals and needs of the student, whether it be learning pop songs, composing/arranging, or refining classical technique. She obtained an Associates of Science in Music at Snow College in 2016 and is working on a Bachelor’s of Music in Piano Performance at Utah Valley University. Former teachers include M.M. Ammon Bratt, Dr. Armen Sahakyan, M.M. Joanna Oshida, and M.M. Heather Bosshardt. She has played solos in collegiate recitals, accompanied instrumentalists and vocalists, adjudicated at the Northern Utah Valley and Juab piano festivals and is now a member of the Northern Utah Valley Piano Festival Association. ​ When she’s not practicing or teaching her awesome students, Michelle enjoys going to church, being with friends and family (especially her husband), arranging hymns/composing, and working on her website, freehymnarragements.weebly.com.
Song background:

I wrote this arrangement with my ward in mind. We've had an emphasis this year on "building spiritual experiences in the home," and this hymn is perfect for that. Our Relief Society has had an emphasis for the past month or two on unity. With this in mind, for the transition between the second and third verses, various hymn/primary song melodies are brought in--and I think of the words of the first verse of each as I play through them. I built the transition thinking of "cycle of fifths" sequences in classical music, but rather than doing a true cycle of fifths I just used the key next door, hoping the modulations wouldn't feel too jarring. However, I did change the key signature to make these more obvious to the performer. Enjoy!

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