I bring my heart to Jesus, with its fears,
I bring my life to Jesus, with its care,
I bring my sins to Jesus, as I pray
I bring my all to Jesus, He hath seen
In The Texas Gulf Coast Area Band we played a transcription of this that features the Trombone section. It sounded very much like the pop group "Trombones Unlimited." I love this piece.
We had a very good Trombone section. When I rirst played in the band, I played Trombone. We went through several cycles of officers being transferred in and out, some of whom played Trombone. At one time, the officer in charge of the ARC played Trombone in our band. We also had a guy who had been a Trombonist in the NBC orchestra. My favorite Trombone player was a retired officer who lived in the Dallas area. He would drive 250 miles one way from Dallas on Friday, be in band practice on Saturday and go home Sunday afternoon. He was very faithful and a really good Trombone player. He had a daughter in Houston and would stay with her family while there for band practice or concerts.
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