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Question #53238 posted on 08/27/2009 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

While I was on my mission I heard what was (to me) a wonderful introspective arrangement of the hymn "Count Your Blessings." It was part of the CD album "Thirty Hymns for Missionaries." I want to get piano sheet music for this song but I can't seem to find the album information on the Internet anywhere (i.e. who sang and/or arranged the song). I know that the CD is available through several LDS bookstores -- even the BYU bookstore, I think -- but I'm not sure if I'll be able to go "up there" soon. Thus I must ask for the cheerful help of the 100 Hour Board.

Who arranged this song? Is sheet music available on the Internet, or I will I have to establish contact personally with the arranger?

Thanks immeasurably,

-el Cabecita

P.S. The song is performed by a male vocalist.

A: Dear Cabecita,

Lo siento, it seems that we can't find this song or enough additional info about it without buying the CD. Thankfully, it's available online from the BYU Bookstore or Deseret Book, so you could buy it and see what's up.

If you're really not around (like, out of the country), I'd maybe be willing to set something up where I buy it and get what info I can (though it wouldn't be a guarantee of obtaining sheet music, of course) if you'd buy it off me at a later date. I dunno, e-mail me at ck(dot)theboard(at)gmail(dot)com if you want to talk options.

Sorry we couldn't be of more service!

-Commander Keen