Thanks, that was a good suggestion, but I did that already:-) He said that he can't provide or sell the arrangement because of copyright issues. Others, such as Hal Leonard, have published arrangments of this piece, so it's not impossible. Apparenlty John or whomever owns the rights to his performance just chooses not to pursue obtaining the right to publish the score.
Hmmm... I'm not sure, but possibly. What I found odd was that his recording of The Lord's Prayer is included on the CD that comes with his Wedding Music anthology, yet the arrangement is missing from the anthology! I think that's the first and only time I've ever seen an anthology with accompanying CD in which the CD had music not included in the anthology.Dave the Great wrote: ↑Wed Apr 11, 2018 6:51 amI didn't think it was under copyright any longer - it was initially published in 1935. It looks like the library of congress has open access to it. And, you mention some others, such as Hal Leonard, published arrangements of it.
I wonder why he can't? Possibly, somebody created the arrangement for him and won't relinquish the rights to him?