My hymn for Chapel is Hymn 9 "Jesus, Your Church with Longing Eyes." In this hymn, I have an introduction and three verses. The Introduction is the second half of the hymn played by an organ. I doubled the soprano and bass lines an octave higher and lower, respectively. The first verse uses the woodwind family with a flute and piccolo playing the soprano an octave higher, oboe on alto, clarinet on tenor and bass, and bassoon on bass an octave lower. The second verse is played by the brass family with a trumpet on soprano, French horn on alto, trombone on tenor, and tuba on bass which is doubled an octave lower. In this verse, soprano starts by itself, alto comes in on the second line, tenor on the third line, and bass on the last line. The last verse has strings, with woodwind and brass to help accent it. The soprano is played by violin, which is doubled, and trumpet, alto by viola and oboe, tenor by viola and clarinet, and bass by cello and double bass and tuba an octave lower. The hymn worked well in chapel. The only things I didn't like about it was it was a tad fast, the soprano could have been brought out a little more, and the start of verse 2 should have come out a bit stronger.