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I am a composer, arranger, trombonist, music copyist, and graduate of Brigham Young University's Commercial Music program.

Garrett Breeze - Composition, Arranging, and Production Reel


Show Choir Arrangements

Breeze Tunes Productions specializes in creating high-quality, competitive arrangements tailored to fit your choir's show design, skill level, and budget!

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Media Composition

Equally comfortable composing for the big screen, the studio, or the concert hall, Garrett Breeze brings an energetic and emotional voice to each project.

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"Garrett's prices are affordable, and he knows how to revamp a popular tune to make it more accessible to show choirs!"
- Garrett Lindsay
Music Director of the University
of Alabama "Resonance"

Sheet Music

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There is a Green Hill Far Away (SATB)

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A favorite of the BYU Young Ambassadors, this arrangement is one of composer Garrett Breeze’s best known works. It was commissioned by director Randy Boothe for the fireside “I Believe in Christ” which toured the United States, the Caribbean, Africa, and Hong Kong. It was then recorded by Dr. Ronald Staehli as part of the BYU Singers Alumni Hymn Project and released as a free digital download (available at www.singersalumni.com). Most recently, it received honorable mention in the 2013 Sounds of Zion Music Composition Contest among works by other well-known LDS composers. The texture of the piece changes dramatically from verse to verse, reflecting the words being sung. It’s most unique feature (the setting in 5/4 time) is also it’s most challenging. However, this quickly becomes natural and lends a new vibrancy to the familiar tune.

*Note* The third verse is written for a 4-part split in the men. In smaller groups, this may be sung by a quartet, which will greatly reduce the amount of time needed to learn the piece.


Come, Thou Fount (Jupiter) (Solo Instrument)

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One of composer Garrett Breeze’s most popular arrangements, this combines two of England’s most beloved hymn tunes: “Nettleton” and “Thaxted.” “Nettleton” is most commonly recognized as the tune for “Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing.” “Thaxted” has a prominent place in the classical repertoire as the focal point of Gustav Holst’s work “Jupiter” from “The Planets.” This arrangement includes solo parts for instruments in Treble Clef, Bass Clef, and Bb transposing instruments.

Originally scored for violin and piano, it was recorded as a cello solo by Nicole Pinnell for the album "Reflections," released in 2014 by Sounds of Zion. (The recording is available for purchase on yourldsmusicstore.com)

This arrangement includes solo parts for instruments in Treble Clef, Bass Clef, and Bb transposing instruments.


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