Come, Come Ye Saints is one of the best-known Latter-day Saint hymns. The lyrics were written in 1846 by Mormon poet William Clayton. The hymn has been called the anthem of the nineteenth-century Mormon pioneers. The hymn is used in Protestant and Seventh Day Adventist hymnals. In the third verse, “God Be with You (as we meet again)” is played by the cello while “Come, Come Ye Saints” is played by the violin. There won’t be a dry eye in the congregation.
-This VIOLIN & CELLO DUET includes the violin, cello & piano accompaniment.
–A MINUS TRACK with piano accompaniment is available and can be purchased separately. The Minus Track includes the piano accompaniment. This is an exciting addition to practice with or use in a teacher’s studio. The Minus Track could be used in place of an accompanist and will enhance any performance.
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