January 15, 2013 -- I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go
Let me tell you how this piece was born. The bishop requested the young men sing for a missionary farewell. I wanted them to sound great, but I wanted to pull it off with just one rehearsal during their hour on Sunday. It would be much harder (and much less effective) to try to get them to a separate rehearsal at any other time. I needed something awesome but easy. I thought of Amy Dalton's "I'll Go Where You Want Me to Go." It was arranged for women, but we played through it imagining it being sung in unison by the young men. We thought it would be great, so I went in to my computer and worked up a version for unison choir. To make a long story short, it WAS awesome. The young men learned it in one quick rehearsal. They sounded great and had a powerful success experience of their own, feeling the spirit of missionary work.
But that's not all. This hymn applies to more topics than any other in the Hymnbook. Just look at this list of topics: activation, consecration, diligence, duty, faith, fellowship, goals, gossip, kindness, knowledge, learning, missionary work, moderation, morality, motivation, obedience, reactiviation, righteousness, sacrifice, self-reliance, service, speech, wisdom and knowledge, work.
So, this piece was a lifesaver for me and a huge success. It could be used by any group, including your ward choir, where you need something quick and great.
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