Come, Ye Thankful People, Come - Henry Alfred - arranged for Trombone Quartet by Michael McDonough.
"Come, ye thankful people, come" is a harvest hymn written in 1844 by Henry Alford, the hymn is often sung to the tune St. George's, Windsor by George Job Elvey.
This product is available for digital download only - the item includes :
- 3 Tenor Trombones
- 1 Bass Trombone
Michael McDonough (b. 1950)After graduating from Northeast Catholic High School in Philadelphia, PA Michael attended the Philadelphia Musical Academy studying Bass Trombone with Robert Harper and Richard Genovese. He taught high school music in the Philadelphia area school for over 10 years. A career change in the 1980's meant graduate school in Virginia resulting in a Doctorate from the College of William and Mary in Psychology. During this time Michael maintained a private music practice and played in various churches. In the late 1990's Michael moved to Bermuda where he is active in the musical life of the island along with his private practice as a Clinical Psychologist. Michael is a member of the Brass trio "Brassworks" and the founder of the Bermuda Trombone Quartet. Michael is a member of the Bermuda Philharmonic Orchestra under the direction of Dr. Gary Burgess and continues to play each Sunday at his church "Holy Trinity" in Hamilton parish. Recently Michael traveled to New Zealand and Australia with the Danbury Brass Band under the direction of Allen Raph. Michael also participated in two "Trombone Days" held at the Bantry House in county Cork, Ireland in 2003 and 2004. In 2003 Michael participated in the International Trombone Festival in Helsinki, Finland. He also writes musical reviews for the "Trombone Page of the World".
Published with permission from BrassWorks4.