Music

God commands, “Sing unto Him a new song; play skilfully with a loud noise” (Psalm 33:3). I hope that the resources below will in some way help you to glorify God with the music in your life.

These article, pieces, and other resources are intended for your private individual use only and in the original format. Please contact me if you would like to use them for any other purpose.

Sheet Music

Aura Lee

Chord Prep Study

Finlandia

It is Well With My Soul – chord melody solo

Medley

My Country ‘Tis of Thee – chord melody solo

O For a Closer Walk with God

Pachelbel’s Canon in C

Guitar Chords, Melody Notes (either in my number format or in standard music notation), and First Stanza

Abide with Me

A Child of the King – I wrote 5 new stanzas to the refrain of this song

All I Need

All Things Bright and Beautiful

Be Thou My Vision

Blest Be the Tie That Binds – has the audio as well!

Come, Little Children – a new hymn that I wrote!

Faith of Our Fathers

He is Lord – I wrote two new stanzas to this hymn

Hallelujah, What a Savior! – has the audio as well!

Holy is the Lord

How Sweet and Awful is the Place

I Know a Fount

I Will Praise Him!

Jesus, I Am Resting

Jesus Loves Aborted Children – a new hymn that I wrote!

Jesus, Thou Joy of Loving Hearts

Like a River Glorious

Lord, I Want to Love You – a new hymn that I wrote!

Lord of All! – A new hymn that I wrote!

My Song is Love Unknown

Nearer, Still Nearer

Nothing But the Blood

O For a Thousand Tongues

O, Help Us Please our God – a new chorus that I wrote!

O How He Loves Us! – New words to the tune of “Jesus Loves Me”; my song stresses the love of God for us through words that communicate many key doctrinal truths (See explanation of format).

O Worship the King

Ode to Joy – melody notes in my number format plus the solfeggio notes

Only Believe

Praise Him All Ye Little Children

Praise Ye Our Father – a new hymn that I wrote

Spirit of God, Descend Upon My Heart

Thank You Lord – I wrote two new stanzas for this hymn

The Church’s One Foundation

The Eyes of the Lord – a new hymn that I wrote

The God of Abraham Praise

Walk in the Light – a new hymn that I wrote

What a Wonderful Savior

When I Survey the Wondrous Cross

Other Music

God Is So Good – easy ensemble piece in four parts

Jingle Bells – easy ensemble piece in four parts

Articles

I have been playing the guitar for more than 25 years. I have been teaching guitar for the past seven years. These articles present  information for guitar players:

Basics of reading sheet music

Guitar Chord Formulas – new method of learning guitar chords (see explanation of this method)!

Guitar Chords: Play Better by Learning Them Well

How to play Happy Birthday on the guitar

Know the guitar fretboard well

Instructional Resources

Chromatic Scale

Diatonic Chord Chart

Fret Staff Sheet

Intervals

Progressions in a Major Key

Short Chord and Chord Shapes

Spanish Ministry Resources

Audio and Video Recordings

Ruthie Calvino, a young cellist in my church, and I played an arrangement of “Nearer, Still Nearer” as a guitar-cello duet at our church.

Guitar-Cello Duet of Nearer, Still Nearer

Jeremy Dion, a friend from my church, and I played “O Holy Night” as a guitar-cello duet at our church:

Guitar-Cello Duet of O Holy Night

Dr. Yuriy Leonovich and I recently recorded this guitar-cello duet of “Walking Through the Flames,” a powerful song that glorifies God through both its lyrics and music.

Guitar-Cello Video of Walking Through the Flames

Trios and Quartets:

Oboe, Cello, Viola, and Guitar Quartet of Always the Same

Viola, Cello, and Guitar Trio of Whiter than Snow

My friend, Daniel Hendrix, and I have made two videos featuring classical guitar, Irish low whistle, tin whistle, and uilleann pipes:

Dvorak – Symphony No. 9 “From a New World” (guitar, low whistle, tin whistle, uilleann pipes)

Grace Greater Than Our Sins (guitar, low whistle)

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