Nearer my god to thee

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  • #52588

    Heather Weems
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    Nearer my god to thee. I would really love a breakdown of this one. Thank you.

    #52591
    ljrock
    ljrock
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    Can you tell me what you are looking for…………..notes, rhythm, etc? Do you read music? I believe I can help, just need to know a few more details of what you are looking for.

    #52593

    Joe
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    Be nice to have some fiddle notes for it, speaking for myself. I am always on the lookout for gospel fiddle music. Lots of it in piano form ( church hymnals )  but I never got the hang of reading piano music.

    #52595
    ljrock
    ljrock
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    Piano notes, or better said, the piano notes in the melody line( or top line) would be the same for violin. As long at the music is written  as a hymn for congregational singing, the notes in the soprano, or melody, would be just fine for violin.  A good key to play in would be G, with one sharp#. I have seen it on the internet in the key of F, which is one flat “b”.

     

     

    #52608

    John Cockman
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    That is a beautiful one! It is near the top of my gospel request list.

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