The Dream of Love That’s Come

Our move is finally over and I’ve got my office (and my mind) more or less tidy enough to start back to work. The first project was to finish this anthem/song/whatever…

You can download the score at this link:

And you can listen to it here:

I’d love to get a grant that would pay the musicians, conductor, and studio to make a recording of the couple dozen anthems (hymns) I’ve written, but I really don’t know where to even apply for such a thing. My stuff’s too commercial and, doubly damned, it’s religious. Not promising for grants.

Until such a utopian future, I’ll have to satisfy myself with computerized orchestral demos, like this one. The score gives the words, so you’ll have to use your imagination.

Author: Hilton Kean Jones

Composer and performer, retired college music professor, lyricist.

8 thoughts on “The Dream of Love That’s Come”

  1. Wow, a gorgeous piece of music that invited me to sing the words even without following a score! Thank you dear Hilton for creating beauty and inspiration for us all.

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  2. Just realized I did not scroll down to see the actual score, so now I have it! Thanks again dear Hilton! Wish you could get some of this music published and out to a wider audience!


  3. I see the score, but where is the “here” where we can actually listen to it? Thnx! Sue Sherwood

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  4. Hilton – This music swept me up and carried me to a sacred space. Thank you, Hilton, for sharing your inspiration and your gifts so generously💞 I shared this with a friend who played it over and over during a difficult time – a dream of love that’s come.

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