My arrangement of a hymn for Guitar

teddy

Duckmeister
Lovely piece Lovemore and one I am very familiar with. It seemed to be a strong favourite in Wales and one would regularly hear it in church. Do you have the guitar music for it?

teddy
 

Krummhorn

Administrator
Staff member
Lovemore,

Very nice arrangement of this popular hymn ... one of my favorites of meditative type hymn-tunes.
 
@Smudgedude, Teddy, Mr Bill and Krumhorn: Thanks for the comments. Its very encouraging to know that one's has in a way helped cheer, encourage, inspire or warm someone's heart up. Huge reason to keep playing. Thanks for the feedback. Have a great day, friends.

Lovemore Nanjaya.
 

John Watt

Active member
Yeah, in a way I did get inspired looking and listening here, and that's watching the whole song.
I got thinking about my own Scottish background, growing up in the choir of a church my parents helped start.
And I thought about the singing in the many different churches of the Niagara Peninsula,
where versions of "Abide With Me" would be sung.
That only reminded me of the sonorous sound I expect from most choirs,
and Krummhorn's previous comment about the meditative aspect of this song reflects the playing here,
made me think it again, still thinking more of a steadfast feel, than a contemplative one.
Nearer, my God, to thee. Yeah, a blinding light of love that can kill you or leave you soul dead,
or send you to lesser opportunities in a lesser life.
I'd have a hard time sitting still while all that's going on. And I've got high maintenance plans for heaven.
Yeah, I'll be anxious, a little, that's for sure.
 

teddy

Duckmeister
Typed John Watt into Youtube and got..................The Singing Farmer. Is there something that you have not told us John?

teddy
 
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