Item number 1320039,
"That Old-Time Religion" was the very first book of traditional hymns arranged for the hammered dulcimer. The book has been recently revised, and features 30 gospel favorites, complete with chords and lyrics.All of the songs in "That Old-Time Religion" are written in both standard musical notation, and in Kendra's unique tablature system that actually helps new players learn to read music. Beginning players can simply use the top line of the musical notation or the tablature. Intermediate level players can add the second line for an arrangement featuring lots of interesting harmony. And advanced players can play all the music for a fully embellished arrangement that will challenge their skills.68 pages.Song list:Abide With Me - Composed by: W.H. Monk Almost Persuaded - Composed by: P. P. Bliss Amazing Grace Battle Hymn Of The Republic - Composed by: William Steffe Blessed Assurance - Composed by: Phoebe Knapp Blest Be The Tie - Composed by: Hans G. Nageli Bringing In The Sheaves - Composed by: George A. Minor Christ Arose - Composed by: Robert Lowry Christ The Lord Is Risen Today Doxology - Composed by: Louis Bourgeois Give Me That Old-Time Religion God Be With You - Composed by: W. G. Tomer Hymn Of Joy - Composed by: Ludwig Von Beethoven Joy Unspeakable - Composed by: B. E. Warren Just A Closer Walk With Thee Just As I Am - Composed by: William B. Bradbury O How I Love Jesus Onward Christian Soldiers - Composed by: A. S. Sullivan Revive Us Again - Composed by: John. J. Husband Rock Of Ages - Composed by: Thomas Hastings Shall We Gather At The River - Composed by: Robert Lowry Softly And Tenderly - Composed by: Will L. Thompson Sweet By And By - Composed by: J. P. Webster Sweet Hour Of Prayer - Composed by: William B. Bradbury Swing Low, Sweet Chariot The Church In The Wildwood - Composed by: William Pitts There Is Power In The Blood - Composed by: L. E. Jones What A Friend - Composed by: Charles Converse When The Roll Is Called Up Yonder - Composed by: James M. Clack When We All Get To Heaven - Composed by: E. E. Hewitt
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