There Is A Fountain   (Arr.)
                                         For SATB Choir and Keyboard   (4'00")

Gladde Music Pub.  (GMP9603)

Charles Ives immortalized this early-American hymn melody in his symphonic writing.  Its text, written by William Cowper in 1771, depicts the washing away of sins by the blood of Christ.
Unique in this arrangement is the fourth verse and its distinctive treatment as an a cappella round. The music concludes with the presentation of a little-known fifth verse, missing from modern-day hymnals, but essential to the expression of this unique arrangement.

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