A new approach to an old hymn creates an arrangement which is appreciated by ringers and listeners. Use of wind chimes, sudden key changes and colorful harmonies heighten interest and pleasure. Running eighth note passages, predominantly in the treble clef, provide the flowing accompaniment for the bass clef, which carries the melody. Midway through the piece, it becomes more chordal. A total of 88 measures, it is arranged in Gg Major, G Major, Ab Major, E Major, and F Major.