The Church Pianist: Free Piano Hymn Arrangement (Part Two of In the Garden)

Here is part two of the free piano hymn arrangement “In the Garden”.

This piano arrangment of “In the Garden” illustrates how the church pianist can deviate from the melody quite a bit when accompanying a vocal soloist or instrumentalist such as a violin or flute.

“In the Garden” Part One

Audio of entire arrangement: In the Garden

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11 Responses to “The Church Pianist: Free Piano Hymn Arrangement (Part Two of In the Garden)”

  1. Shirley Doll says:

    Another lovely arrangement, Jenifer! Usually, when I see things like octaves, four-note chords, and sixteenth-note runs, I move on to something easier….but yours are all so pretty, I just have to keep working on them! Thanks for the inspiration to keep practising 🙂

  2. Jenifer Cook says:

    You’re welcome Shirley 🙂

  3. M. Christie says:

    Hi there. We have a fLower Festival coming up next weekend and for our morning Service my Minister has asked for “In the garden” – great to find your arrangement. M.C. (Northern Ireland)

  4. JudyRae Harbin says:

    Like all of your arrangements, this is absolutely beautiful! I so appreciate your arrangements …not tooooo complicated for me, still working on reading the bass line vs. reverting to chords…somewhat of a challenge still, but truly an inspiration to work hard at it! THANK YOU! 🙂 JudyRae

  5. Marilyn Grover says:

    Dear Jennifer,
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful arrangement. My good friend (soprano) and I (piano) love to perform the beautiful old hymns as special music in our church. We were just discussing our love for “In the Garden” this afternoon and I said I would look for an arrangement. Your version is so beautiful, just perfect for what we want. I can’t thank you enough for sharing this arrangement. You have a gift!

    I plan to search for your other arrangements.

    A thankful musician, Marilyn Grover

  6. Ben says:

    Where can I find part one?

  7. Lisa Williams says:

    Is there a way that this could be transposed to the key of D Major? Do you know of a software I may be able to use to transpose the music?

    I’d appreciate any insight.
    Great arrangement

  8. Cindy Payne says:

    I’m having trouble printing “In The Garden” instrumental or vocal accompaniment. I love your arrangement! The notes all show up as half notes and “e.” Am I doing something wrong? Thank you for your help.

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