Item number 1310125,
66 pages. Song list: O For A Thousand Tongues To Sing - Composed by: Charles Wesley and Carl G. Glaser I Surrender All - Composed by: J. W. Van Deventer and W. S. Weeden All Through The NIght - Composed by: Sir Harold Boulton Amazing Grace - Composed by: John Newton Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee - Composed by: Henry Van Dyke Dona Nobis Pacem Shepherd Of Tender Youth - Composed by: Clement Of Alexandria and Lowell Mason Nearer, My God, To Thee - Composed by: Sarah F. Adams and Lowell Mason Sweet Hour Of Prayer - Composed by: William Walford and William B. Bradbury Just As I Am - Composed by: Charlotte Elliott and William B. Bradbury When Jesus Wept - Composed by: William Billings Be Thou My Vision - Composed by: Saint Dallan Forgaill I Need Thee Ev'ry Hour - Composed by: Annie S. Hawks and Robert Lowry Morning Has Broken - Composed by: Eleanor Farjean 'Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus - Composed by: Louisa M. Stead and William J. Kirkpatrick Were You There The King Of Love My Shepherd Is - Composed by: Henry W. Baker How Can I Keep From Singing? - Composed by: Anna Warner and Robert W. Lowry The Solid Rock - Composed by: Edward Mote and William B. Bradbury God Be With You Till We Meet Again - Composed by: Jeremiah E. Rankin and William G. Tomer Thou Hidden Source Of Calm Repose - Composed by: Charles Wesley and D. S. Bortniansky Fairest Lord Jesus - Composed by: Munster Gesangbuch Jesus, The Very Thought Of Thee - Composed by: Bernard Of Clairvaux and John B. Dykes In Christ There Is No East Or West - Composed by: John Oxenham Abide With Me - Composed by: Henry Lyte and W. H. Monk It Is Well With My Soul - Composed by: Horatio G. Spafford and Philip Bliss The Spacious Firmament Of High - Composed by: Joseph Addison and Joseph Haydn See The Morning Sun Ascending - Composed by: Charles Parkin and J. Neander All Creatures Of Our God And King - Composed by: Francis Of Assisi I Love To Tell The Story - Composed by: Katherine Hankey and William G. Fischer I Will Arise And Go To Jesus - Composed by: Joseph Hart
Here's why: Folkcraft instruments are handmade in the United States of America, not in a cheap overseas factory. Our instruments are hand crafted one at a time, not on an assembly line. Our instruments are made of solid woods, not out of plywood.Folkcraft instruments are made with pride and tradition, using the same methods as our founders used in 1968. Folkcraft Instruments is a family business, with a father/son team putting their skill and experience into every instrument they create.
“Handmade in the USA since 1968.” It's not only a slogan, but your assurance that you are playing the best folk instruments ever made. People choose Folkcraft for our deep-rooted tradition in quality, pure acoustic tone, and the simple joy that is brought from playing the instrument.
We put our heart and soul into every instrument we make – a technique that began nearly 50 years ago and is proudly maintained today. Go ahead and play one. We think you'll find your own heart and soul going into the music you create on a Folkcraft.
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